特卡波湖沿岸的鲁冰花,南岛,新西兰 Russell lupines along Lake Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand (© Jeffrey Lewis/Tandem Stills + Motion)

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特卡波沿岸的鲁,南新西兰 Russell lupines along Lake Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand (© Jeffrey Lewis/Tandem Stills + Motion)

让人又爱又恨的花田 A beautiful nuisance

鲁冰花,特卡波湖,新西兰

图上展示的是新西兰南岛特卡波湖的美景。每年的11月中旬到12月,湖面都会发生巨大的变化,色彩鲜艳的鲁冰花竞相绽放,将自然美景提升到新的高度。这些植物盛开的头状花序是由豌豆般的花朵组成,最长可达60英寸。摄影师和自然爱好者们纷纷前来,只为一睹紫色、蓝色和黄色的鲁冰花在特卡波湖上绚丽绽放的风姿。不过,鲁冰花的存在却颇具争议。作为外来入侵植物,他们生长茂密,将其他植物排斥在外。虽然这些鲁冰花可能会吸引游客,但它们破坏了该地区的生态平衡,对该地区的生态系统造成了负面影响。

Russell lupines, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand

Welcome to Lake Tekapo, on New Zealand's South Island, where the colorful spikes of flowering Russell lupines transform the landscape each November and December. The plants' blooming heads, made up of clusters of pea-like flowers, can reach up to 60 inches. While photographers flock here to capture the varied hues of purple, blue, and yellow, these striking plants are controversial. Native to North America, they are considered an invasive species here, growing in dense stands and boxing out other flora. While these plants might be appealing to tourists, they can create a negative imbalance in the region's ecosystem.

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