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Spotted in a Holm oak forest
some kind of graminoid, I guess
By the path in a holm oak forest
Frosted bramble leaves
Gum rockrose fruit.
Wild sparagus covered by a cobweb
Grasshopper. Difficult to assure which one
The acorn of Holm oak
Probably Orchis mascula or similar
medium size hoverfly
Puccinia fungus on the underside of a leaf of Thapsia villosa. Puccinia is a ...
Empty shell of a Holm oak acorn.
Life and mathematics. Amazing symmetry in dandelion round balls of silver ...
spider web of 5 cm in diameter
All the ground around was scavenged.
Bee on a golden spanish thistle (cardillo) flower
not ripe yet.
Different lichen species on a Holm oak twig
Salix salviifolia is a small tree 1 to 3 m high, endemic of the Iberian ...
Flesh eating (Sarcofaga) fly. It is ovoviviparous, i.e., deposits already ...
The mushroom has two distinct parts. One of globular shape tears to release ...
Graphosoma lineatum is a species of shield bug in the family Pentatomidae. It ...
The Small Heath is a lateral basker, only ever resting with its wings closed ...
Fly of genus Gonia in the family Tachinidae, possibly G. ornata. it is an ...
Slime mold, a member of the Myxomycetes class. 1-2 mm tall. Their spores are ...
Syrphid. Chrysotoxum is a genus of hoverfly. This fly presents a typical case ...
It is a very polymorphous orchid. Orchis mascula is a herbaceous plant with ...
Hoverfly that mimics a wasp. Male. Maybe E. corollae. E. corollae is a common ...
Cistus monspeliensis is a species of rockrose.
It is a shrub with evergreen ...
The flowers are very variable with the characteristic spot at the base of the ...
spanish: cuesco de lobo.
Camera Model: ...
Dry trifolium flower wetted with the morning dew.
Probably Physcia tenella, a foliose lichen, growing on a Holm oak leaf.
Small blue tit eating seeds of a bulrush (Typha latifolia)
Small caterpillar (2 cm) on a Holm oak twig, probably eating lichens.
Two caterpilllars feeding on a rockrose button.
Aphids, small sap-sucking insects.
Dry flowers of Centaurea sp. Probably C. ornata.