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0 0 Moss


by Zoe_BeanMaine, USA

Typical peer moss that you might find in northern New England, a rich green in ...

0 0 Spotting


by Zoe_BeanMaine, USA

A tree, stripped of its leaves, with small maroon spiny buds.

0 0 Purple Wildflowers

Purple Wildflowers

by AnnaleeHodgesArkansas, USA

Flowers: small rose-purple to lilac color flowers in clusters at the terminals ...

8 9 Pobblebonk/Banjo frog

Pobblebonk/Banjo frog

by redneb.treborMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

About 70 mm long. All white except small blotches over right eye, right of ...

3 1 Alpine Accentor

Alpine Accentor

by Sergio CMMonachil, Andalucía, Spain

many endemic species, due to it location, the

4 1 Sundew


by V RamanujMaharashtra, India

An insectivorous plant from Kass Plateau. Indeed a Tiger of the plant world.

0 0 Winterberry


by pelicanmtkMontauk, New York

white in late spring, & will tolerate climates from

0 2 Waterlily


by sttweetsTubbergen, Overijssel, Netherlands

contains eight genera. Water lilies are divided into two

1 2 Lemon


by Curator of GoodWinter Park, Florida, USA

A two meter tall tree with a short main ...

0 0 Clematis


by sttweetsAmsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

; more hybrid cultivars are being produced constantly. They are

1 0 American Beech

American Beech

by Fyn KyndMaine, USA

this is not considered distinct in the

1 0 Violet Asystasia

Violet Asystasia

by vipin.baligacaltex circle, India

Info from a friend studying flora in IISc: ...

0 1 Spotting


by ellenpmaierMississippi, USA

, these pics don't do the color justice. There seems to be just the one plant ...

0 0 Bastard balm

Bastard balm

by Zlatan CelebicRhône-Alpes, Tromelin Island

are one-sided, meaning all flowers "look" at the same side. They are

0 0 Spotting


by NomadLondon, England, United Kingdom

Evergreen bushy-tree with thick leaves and black (eatable?) berries in summer.

0 0 Pink Powderpuff

Pink Powderpuff

by Benno IboldHeredia, Costa Rica

Evergreen, perennial, densely branched shrub or small tree arranged with ...

4 0 Addersmeat,Greater stitchwort

Addersmeat,Greater stitchwort

by ΚώσταςΤσιλιγκάνοςStřední Čechy, Czech Republic

It can grow up to 60 cm in height, with roughly 4-angled stems. The long, ...

0 1 Mother-in-law's tongue

Mother-in-law's tongue

by pelicanmtkNew York, USA

Mainly a foliage plant, native to tropical ...

0 0 Yellowroot


by QWMomGeorgia, USA

Stems 20-70 cm, 3-6mm diam.; bark smooth, ringed with leaf scars, inner bark ...

1 0 Silene andicola

Silene andicola

by Agustín AmenabarLago Ranco, XIV Región de Los Ríos, Chile

purplish main veins.

1 0 Monarch (aka Wanderer)

Monarch (aka Wanderer)

by Neil RossWarwick, QLD, Australia

and a black and white spotted band all around the wing margins. The

16 16 Giant Mealy Bug

Giant Mealy Bug

by Neil RossWarwick, QLD, Australia

appear mainly white because they secrete ...

1 0 Rock Felt Fern

Rock Felt Fern

by Neil RossWarwick, QLD, Australia

Rock Felt Fern (aka Horseshoe Felt Fern) is a common fern of eastern Australia. ...

1 0 Staghorn Fern (lithophytes)

Staghorn Fern (lithophytes)

by Neil RossWarwick, QLD, Australia

Platycerium superbum (pron. superb-um), commonly known as the "staghorn fern", ...

2 2 Delphinium


by sttweetsDe Ronde Venen, Utrecht, Netherlands

with 3-7 toothed, pointed lobes in a palmate shape. The

0 0 Tinder Fungus

Tinder Fungus

by sttweetsBloemendaal, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

. Though inedible, F. fomentarius has traditionally seen use as the

1 0 Green-winged Orchid, obični kaćun

Green-winged Orchid, obični kaćun

by JopyCroatia

The inflorescence is of various colours,

0 0 Crested Cat Ears Plant

Crested Cat Ears Plant

by AgnesAdiqueTalaveraLaguna, Philippines

Cyanotis (syn. Tonningia) is a genus of

4 1 Tower of Jewels; Arrebol Tajinaste

Tower of Jewels; Arrebol Tajinaste

by arlandaSanta Cruz de Tenerife, Canarias, Spain

, almost white with shades of amber yellow, depending on the surrounding

4 0 Anhinga


by Mel11Charleston, South Carolina, USA

seen on a lake within the Magnolia plantation. A group of fledgling birds, ...

2 0 White Banksia

White Banksia

by Neil RossWarwick, QLD, Australia

White Banksia is an Australian native plant belonging to the family Proteaceae, ...

5 5 Aster


by FrancisQuintanaPark, Kansas, USA

uncertainty about exactly how many species exist in each family). The

5 6 Dog-faced Water Snake

Dog-faced Water Snake

by shekainah d. alabanRoxas City, Capiz, Philippines

. rynchops is rear-fanged and is mildly venomous. An aquatic and nocturnal ...

4 0 Common Coral Weed

Common Coral Weed

by Neil RossNorth Avoca, New South Wales, Australia

in its more calcified form, which I observed

3 9 Deer Lichen

Deer Lichen

by Nicholas4Maine

--not only for lichens but also for wildflowers, ferns, shrubs, and other

3 9 Lianas


by Neil RossWarwick, QLD, Australia

other flora for light and nutrients, and ...

3 3 Kemp's Ridley Turtle

Kemp's Ridley Turtle

by WillRountreeGalveston, Texas, USA

Weight: 100 pounds (45 kg) for adults; hatchlings are 0.5 ounce (14 g) Length: ...

0 0 Orangutan


by Maxim AOntario, Canada

DESCRIPTION: Orangutans have thin, shaggy, reddish-brown hair. They have long, ...

0 0 Crimson Beebalm

Crimson Beebalm

by BudShinallRoan Mountain, Tennessee, USA

American flora in 1569.[

0 0 Formosan sika deer

Formosan sika deer

by ChrisSun

the terrestrial fauna and flora of Taiwan, ...

1 0 Fireweed (seeds)

Fireweed (seeds)

by EdwardNathanReulbachJr.Silverdale, Washington, USA

Epilobium angustifolium, commonly known as Fireweed (

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