Paisajes de Argentina, 2009

Hikers at Purmamarca

Hikers at Purmamarca

Bits and pieces of landscapes, northern Argentina, March 2009.

El Palmar National Park

El Palmar National Park

Cardon cactus, Amaicha del Valle

Cardon cactus, Amaicha del Valle

Termas de Reyes, Jujuy

Termas de Reyes, Jujuy

Copina, Córdoba

Copina, Córdoba

Soybeans, ad infinitum

Soybeans, ad infinitum

Purmamarca market

Purmamarca market

Purmamarca market

Purmamarca market

Purmamarca

Purmamarca

Infiernillos, Tucuman

Infiernillos, Tucuman

high desert, after late summer rains

high desert, after late summer rains

On the road

On the road

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Lots of beautiful places in Argentina! In how many of those pictured did you find L. humile?

By James C. Trager (not verified) on 03 Apr 2009 #permalink

Thanks guys!

James- only at El Palmar, and then, not very commonly. Copina, Termas de Reyes, and Infiernillos all hosted healthy populations of other species, though.