Yareta or llareta Azorella compacta, also known as "Llareta" in Spanish, and historically as Azorella yareta, from yarita in the Quechua language is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae native to South America. It grows in the Puna grasslands of the Andes in Peru, Bolivia, northern Chile, and western Argentina at altitudes between 3, and 5, metres 10, and 17, ft. Yareta is an evergreen perennial with pink or lavender flowers. The self-fertile flowers are hermaphroditic and are pollinated by insects. The plant prefers sandy, well-drained soils. It can grow in nutritionally poor soils that are acidic, neutral, or basic alkaline at altitudes of up to 5, metres 17, ft. Yareta is well-adapted to high insolation rates typical of the Andes highlands and cannot grow in shade. The plant's leaves grow into an extremely compact, dense mat that reduces heat and water loss.
Possibly done on commission by Armand Trousseau , the nine photographs have been described as "probably the first medical photo-illustrations of a patient with intersex genitalia". Further photographs of intersex subjects followed over the next several decades, although there is no evidence that the photographers knew of Nadar's work. However, by the late s he had left medicine to focus on the printed press, becoming a caricaturist, journalist, and novelist. He only began photography in , but by the end of that decade he was well known for his portraits of famous persons and advances in photographic techniques. Although developed several decades earlier, photography was rarely used for medical documentation until the s.
In many cases, it is actually only one penis split along the shaft. The ball-sac is positioned above the Johnson and resembles elephant ears surrounding the trunk. Poop, pee, and vaginal sludge mingle freely. Corrective surgery is costly, complicated, and risky.