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1 0 Crateva magna

Crateva magna

by VivBraznellสงขลา, Thailand

Growing in water near the edge of Songkla Lake

0 0 Wild Orange

Wild Orange

by VinnyDarwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Shrub or vine with woody stems climbing through adjacent vegetation. Member of ...

1 2 Caper

Caper

by KostasZontanosΠεριφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας, Greece

Capparis spinosa. Common name: Caper. Greek name: Κάππαρις η ακανθώδης, Κάπαρη ...

0 0 Caper family-Capparaceae; Arabic:muqaybil as-shams, mekhisa

Caper family-Capparaceae; Arabic:muqaybil as-shams, mekhisa

by KaranS.RaghwaAl Ain - ‏العين‎, United Arab Emirates

Perennial woody base plant; Flowers are orange coloured with brownish ...

0 2 Cabbage White Butterfly

Cabbage White Butterfly

by Small WondersGrand Rapids, Michigan, USA

Usually the first butterfly to emerge in spring, the Cabbage White has ...

2 0 Dark Wanderer

Dark Wanderer

by Kalee VidanapathiranaSri Lanka

predators. Its food plant is Sudu Welangiriya of family

2 3 Dark Wanderer (female)

Dark Wanderer (female)

by NuwanChathurangaKandy CP, Sri Lanka

predators. Its food plant is Sudu Welangiriya of family

1 0 Spineless Caper

Spineless Caper

by MarikaMartinezMalta, Malta

The spineless caper is a perennial shrub which is found either reclining on the ...

11 8 Chocolate Albatross

Chocolate Albatross

by NuwanChathurangaAlawwa, Sri Lanka

damp earth. Its larva feeds on varies plants of family

1 5 Fringed Spider Flower

Fringed Spider Flower

by AgnesAdiqueTalaveraLaguna, Philippines

Cleome rutidosperma (Capparaceae; common ...

15 16 Common Silverline Butterfly

Common Silverline Butterfly

by देशपांड्यांचाराजसDahanu, Union Territory of Dādra and Nagar Haveli, India

Wingspan: 26-34mm. Status: Common. Distr. India (Except Northeast and drier ...