Kalanchoe Double Flower

We have a pot of white Kalanchoe double flowers in our upstairs bathroom which has started to flower again. This looks very different to the Pink Kalanchoe I photographed a while back. I am particularly interested in what this flower looks like in UV-induced visible fluorescence (UVIVF).

Kalanchoe double flower - visible
Kalanchoe double flower – visible
Kalanchoe double flower - UV
Kalanchoe double flower – UV
Macro of UV pattern of Kalanchoe double flower
Macro of UV pattern of Kalanchoe double flower
Kalanchoe double flower - IDS1
Kalanchoe double flower – IDS1
Kalanchoe double flower - IDS2e
Kalanchoe double flower – IDS2e
Kalanchoe double flower - UVIVF
Kalanchoe double flower – UVIVF
Kalanchoe double flower - UVIVF (macro)
Kalanchoe double flower – UVIVF (macro)

The UV pattern on the flower petals is very interesting, particularly when zoomed in to about 1:1 with the Coastal Optics 60mm APO. But I do like the UVIVF images the most.

Boon

Equipment used: Olympus EM-5, Coastal Optics 60mm F4, Baader U filter, Baader UV-IR cut filter, IDS1 & 2e filters, Quantum X2D flash, Nightsearcher UV torches