Today I found another nice Rudbeckia species (Rudbeckia hirta that is), which sports some interesting UV pattern.
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Standardized reflected false UV "colors" according to the previously described "UV color palette" related to wavelength.
The normal intensity palette:
and this is the high intensity palette:
So here now the UV image of that flower:
So from that yellow UV color we may deduct that this flower UV reflection is from around 360nm.
And here the UV image of another flower and two young ones:
which shows quite different UV reflections (360nm region = yellow, but in the 385nm region = violet which the young ones exhibit)
For comparison here the VIS shot:
which shows quite different UV reflections (360nm region = yellow, but in the 385nm
Stay tuned, more will follow on that fascinating subject...
More info on this very interesting field may be found on my site http://www.pbase.com/kds315/uv_photos