Hot Lips turtlehead (Chelone
glabra Hot Lips) boasts dark pink, snapdragon-like flowers in August and September on sturdy, upright stems.
 found that bumble bees infected with Crithidia bombi parasites increased foraging time on nectars high in iridoid glycoside concentrations, produced by the turtlehead plant, Chelone
Trematodos de Chelone
mydas (L.) tortuga marina comestible del Oceano Pacifico del Norte, 2da Parte.
Several herbaceous species were dominant across seeps, including (in order of importance): wood nettles (Laporlea canadensis), branch lettuce (Micranthes micranthidifolia), turtlehead (Chelone
sp.), scarlet beebalm (Monarda didyma), pale jewelweed (Impatiens pallida), foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia), white wood aster (Eurybia divaricala), and green-headed coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata; Appendix 1).
" valanginiensis Pictet in Pictet and Campiche (1858-1860), a taxon from Sainte-Croix (Switzerland) recently reassigned to Tropidemys sp.
Eight species on the list of Indiana Endangered, Threatened, Rare, and Watch List species were noted: Wood's Stiff Sedge (Carex woodii Dewey [State Watch List]); Wild Sensitive Plant (Chamaecrista nictitans (L.) Moench [State Watch List]); Pink Turtlehead (Chelone
, who died last year at 29, had his own Olympic aspirations, and Miller doubled over and cried when asked about his late brother.
He has endured repeated injuries over the last two years, as well as the death of his brother Chelone
, aged 29, from a seizure in 2012.
A new genus and species of a blood flukes, Squaroacetabulum solus, from the ventricle of the heart of a marine turtle, Chelone
Joining us along the shoreline is another type of "turtle" in the form of a white flower, the turtlehead (Chelone
From the Greek myces, fungus, bakterion, little rod, and chelone