Which flower is this please?

Please identify this flower.
http://www.itsgreece.org/flower_1.jpg
Thank you!
sherman
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On Wed, 02 Jun 2010 11:49:00 -0400, sherman wrote:

The leaves look like mimosa but the flowers are not feathery/powder puffy as I know mimosa.... where is this?
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On Wed, 02 Jun 2010 11:59:33 -0600, Amos Nomore

Thank you, Amos! I appreciate it.
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Jeez, looks like a flowering, giant fern (sorta). Awsome.
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sherman@?.?.invalid writes

Is the foliage from the same plant? There's not enough detail to be sure, but the flowers look rather like Tropaeolum speciosum (Flame Creeper), but the foliage doesn't match that.
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sherman wrote:

It's a Poinciana usually found in tropical or sub-tropical climate.
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