The tree in the Americas has the shape of attractive lips

With attractive red lips that catch the eye of the viewer, this interestingly shaped flower is in need of protection before going extinct.

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Nature contains many miracles. A flower with red lips is the highlight of this photo. These lips belong to the botanical species called Psychotria Elata, commonly known as Hooker’s lips. Photo: When on Earth.

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It is a flower belonging to 2,000 species of plants in the genus Psychotria. Furthermore, they are flowering plants of the herbaceous family. Plants of this genus are also known for producing hallucinogenic chemicals such as dimethyltryptamine. Photo: When on Earth.

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Like an attractive woman with luscious red lips that many men fall in love with, these lips curl up to attract pollinators like butterflies and hummingbirds. Photo: When on Earth.

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The truth is that the red lips you see in the pictures are not flowers but short-lived bracts. When the time is right, they reveal white flowers sprouting from the center. The fruit of this plant is an oval berry. They will turn blue or black as they mature. This flower also acts as a host plant for the yellow silkworm butterfly. Photo: Earthling Nature.

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This plant is a bit difficult to grow because it needs certain climatic conditions to propagate for the plant. First, you need to make sure you can provide a warm and humid climate effectively. Then you need to place it in a sheltered environment, not exposed to strong sunlight as this can adversely affect the growth of the plant. Photo: When on Earth.

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Besides being used as a gift for lovers in Central America, the plant also has its own health benefits. People of Central America used the bark and leaves of the plant to treat rashes, coughs, and earaches. The Ngäbe-Buglé and Kuna Indians of Panama also used them to treat shortness of breath. Photo: Flickriver.

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They can be found in the rainforests of South American and Central American countries such as Ecuador, Costa Rica, Panama and Columbia because of the favorable climatic conditions. Unfortunately, this species of tree is endangered due to deforestation and their popularity among plant collectors. Even finding seeds online to plant is very difficult. Photo: When on Earth.

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This plant is now in danger of extinction. Therefore, we need to respect and take care of these rare plants. Photo: iStock.

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