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0 0 Spotting


by haciendagardenArizona, USA

Bisexual Mulberry Tree?

0 0 American Crow

American Crow

by anastasia.lee.smithBartlesville, Oklahoma, USA

Large black bird with thick bill. Call: Caw caw caw.

0 0 French Mulberry/American Beautyberry

French Mulberry/American Beautyberry

by KimChampagneLouisiana, USA

French Mulberry (callicarpa americana) is ...

8 2 American Beautyberry

American Beautyberry

by 1Sarah2Largo, Florida, USA

The American Beautyberry provides an ...

0 0 American Beautyberry

American Beautyberry

by laura.cricketArkansas, USA

Nonpoisonous bright purple berries clustered tightly around the stem.

3 1 American anole

American anole

by auntnance123Cocoa, Florida, USA

About six inches long; green on the leaves, turning to brown on the branches

1 0 American beautyberry

American beautyberry

by Maria dBDurham, North Carolina, USA

Other names include French mulberry, ...

0 0 American Beautyberry

American Beautyberry

by ForestDragonVirginia, USA

Native perennial shrub that produces intensely purple bunches of berries in ...

1 0 American Beautyberry; French Mulberry

American Beautyberry; French Mulberry

by LouisJayGiustoGeorgia, USA

folk remedy it has been claimed that "fresh, crushed leaves of

2 0 Eastern Box Turtle

Eastern Box Turtle

by, USA

box tortoises, although box turtles are terrestrial members of the

1 0 American Beautyberry

American Beautyberry

by joanbstanleyNavasota, Texas, USA

American beautyberry, also widely known as ...

0 0 Monarch


by Back Track To NatureMichigan, USA

The eastern North American monarch ...

0 0 American Beautyberry

American Beautyberry

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

American beauty-berry most often grows 3-5 ...

2 2 Mariposa Monarca

Mariposa Monarca

by rosygu61Tamaulipas, Mexico

an extra black stripe across the hind wing). The eastern North

0 0 American Plum Borer Moth

American Plum Borer Moth

by KenCheeksSouth Carolina, USA

Pyralid Moth. Adult: forewing reddish-brown to AM line, which is almost ...

5 0 Monarch Butterfly (Larvae)

Monarch Butterfly (Larvae)

by CindyloohooNashville-Davidson, Tennessee, USA

the family Nymphalidae. It may be the most familiar North

1 0 Red Fox

Red Fox

Prince Edward Island, Canada

.North American red foxes are generally ...