genus species [var/subsp] authority phase_modifier
Possible phenophases are:
flowers (male and female)
flower buds (male and female)
fragment of a fruit
a fruit that has been damaged by an insect
dried seed from the collection of Osvaldo Calderon
time series figure showing summary data from plant program 200 trap phenology experiement. The time series plots show number of traps capturing something in a give year, number of flower-trap hits, number of immature fruits, and number of seed equivalents (seeds + fruits x 'fruit-to-seed ratio')
The phase may be followed by a number which indicates different versions of the indicated phase.
Possible modifiers are:
indicates the picture includes a grouping of the phenophase (i.e. inflorescence, infructencense)
a leaflet of a compound leaf
indicates the that phenophase was photographed with other parts of the plant (e.g. stems, leaves, etc)
The modifier may be followed by a number which indicates different versions of the indicated phase+modifier.