Rhododendron luteum, Yellow Azalea or Honeysuckle Azalea; Azalea pontica. A species of Rhododendron native to southeastern Europe and southwest Asia. The nectar is toxic, containing grayanotoxin; records of poisoning of people eating the honey date back to the 4th century BC in Classical Greece., Sochi, Russia - Photo.

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Rhododendron luteum, Yellow Azalea or Honeysuckle Azalea; Azalea pontica. A species of Rhododendron native to southeastern Europe and southwest Asia. The nectar is toxic, containing grayanotoxin; records of poisoning of people eating the honey date back to the 4th century BC in Classical Greece., Sochi, Russia
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my Sochi, Russia. Spring season shot: 12:05:24 (GMT+02:00) May 22, 2010; Camera: Nikon D700. Tech data: Lens: Nikon ED AF VR Zoom-Nikkor 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D Focal Length: 340.0 mm; Focal Length in 35 mm equivalent: 340 mm; Focus Distance: 6.68 m ISO: 3200; Exposure Time: 1/1600 sec; Aperture: 5.3; Flash: No Flash; Original: 2832x4256px Ni769204.jpg · Asia · Azalea · Century · Classical · Eating · Europe · Grayanotoxin · Greece · Honey · Honeysuckle · Luteum · May · Native · Nectar · People · Poisoning · Pontica · Records · Rhododendron · Sochi · Southeastern · Southwest · Species · Spring · Yellow · image

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