Side view of the bunch of filaments of the Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) flower. Red-tipped magenta coloured hairs can be seen protruding from the filaments which encircle the ovaries. The filaments are tipped with the pollen covered yellow anthers. The stigma, which is the female part of the flower can be seen just below the anthers.
Blossoming from April to November, Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) is generally classified as a weed. It's pink flowers measure about 8-15mm in diameter and is pentagonal in shape with five petals. In the centre of the flower we can see the pentagonal shaped stigma with some adhered pollen grains. This is the female part of the flower. The stigma is encircled by the anther tipped filaments, from which emerge the pollen grains, seen as yellow spheres.
This is a side view of Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum). Here, one of the petals was peeled away so as to provide an unobstructed view of the bundle of filaments in the central region of the flower aswell as the red-tipped hairs protruding from the peduncle. We can clearly see the five magneta coloured arms which make up the stigma beneath which are the pollen covered anthers.