This spotting page will tried to show nature that surround us in all aspects.The photos are taken by me and my wife Natália CarneiroSign in to follow
Thanks Nopayahnah,i remark that is the hoopoe season arround the world,since india to portugal,to south africa,great day indeed :) me and my wife we are allways with a eye in the field to se if they are arround,it's our new sport,at this distance with the crest open would be a great shoot :)
@Emma i saw in your page other day a flower like this
@SFShep it's a clover red or purple i dont know :)
thank you booth,now i have to go, tommorow first thing in the morning is to se the comment you two make on this,thanks again and a good nigth booth(i know it's not apropriate,but sometimes,i like to be inapropriate :)
great spotting,beautiful speciem,i saw a doc some weeks ago about these mushrooms,from what i saw this is the rollsroyce of mushrooms,super tasty and super expensive,one more candidat to enlarge the endanger species
it's the same look what wikipedia say
"Arbutus unedo is naturally adapted to dry summers, though also growing well in the cool, wet summers of western Ireland. It is therefore useful for planting in areas with a dry-summer climate, and has become a very popular garden specimen in California and the rest of the west coast of North America. It is hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10. Pests include Scales and Thrips, and diseases include anthracnose, Phytophthora, root rot, and rust.
The fruit mainly serve as food for birds but in some countries they are used to make jam and liqueurs (such as the Portuguese medronho, a kind of strong brandy)."