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    NIKON P 500
    SHUTTER SPEED :1/500s, FOCAL LENGTH :88.7mm, f/5.7, ISO :200
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    This are commonly seen, but I don't know the id , experts please help. The composition looks fine. More details would be good. Is this a crop? Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks Mrudul Mam, this is not cropped photograph. In Odia this flower called Naguari.

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    Lantana if I'm not mistaken.

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    THANKS Abhishek Jamalabad, I searched in Google search engine, u r right. This is the flower. Thanks again.

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    yes ...the invading and indestructible lantana.

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    This is the lantana camara - introduced into India as a flowering plant by the british. It has rapidly colonised our forests and is one of the major curse on our ecosystem. Even today, some of our large NGOs are prescribing this plant species to create a hedge.

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