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0 0 Llama


by rachelyNew York City, New York

Dark wooly fur, approx five feet tal

0 0 Baby toes

Baby toes

by HowardDorkDurham, North Carolina, USA


0 1 Spotting


by EdianIbarrola

Some sort of succulent. Non

0 1 Spotting


by cfurniss.cDeLand, Florida, USA

Non-native invasive

0 0 Low Hop Clover

Low Hop Clover

by KishaBTennessee, USA


1 0 Common Chickweed

Common Chickweed

by KishaBTennessee, USA


0 0 Sheep Sorrel

Sheep Sorrel

by KishaBTennessee, USA


0 0 Chinese elm

Chinese elm

by realnanoboyEdmond, Oklahoma, USA


1 0 American Bullfrog

American Bullfrog

by GeoffreyPalmerTucson, Arizona, USA

Non-native. :(

0 10 Spotting


by smstd619Manitoba, Canada

Tall, conoferous, green/brown

0 1 Deptford Pink

Deptford Pink

by DaneColeOntario, Canada


1 0 Wineberry


by motameddMaryland, USA


1 0 Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel

by AkimzArlington, Virginia, USA


2 0 African iris

African iris

by MWEcologyHawaiʻi, USA

Escaped non-native?

0 0 Kiawe


by Learning EndeavorsHawaii, USA

Thorny tree non

2 5 Puerto Rican Crested Anole

Puerto Rican Crested Anole

by JoAnneDavisFlorida, USA


0 0 Ixora


by JessicaOkatyCoral Gables, Florida, USA

Pink bunching flowers. Usually used as a bush.

0 0 American Holly

American Holly

by EdwardNathanReulbachJr.Silverdale, Washington, USA


0 0 Sika Deer

Sika Deer

by Sean MyersMaryland, USA


0 0 Porchulaca


by HowardDorkDurham, North Carolina, USA


1 0 King's Mantle

King's Mantle

by JulianGalvezLaguna, Philippines

A non-native Acanthaceae

0 0 Black locust

Black locust

by naturalist.charlieBurlington, Vermont, USA


0 0 Grey squirrel

Grey squirrel

by madbirdhouseCheltenham, England, United Kingdom

0 0 Bladder Campion

Bladder Campion

by sarosecransOttawa, Québec, Canada

Bladder like flowers with five white petals.

0 0 Running Myrtle

Running Myrtle

by guyute89Wisconsin, USA

Mat forming, evergreen leaved.

3 4 European Hornet

European Hornet

by ShellyCoxTownsend, Tennessee, USA

non-native hornet preying on Robison Cicada

0 0 Tropical House Gecko

Tropical House Gecko

by JeffreyDubyFlorida, USA

Non-native to Florida

0 0 Salsify, Goatsbeard

Salsify, Goatsbeard

by hannawackerArizona, USA


0 0 Multiflora Rose

Multiflora Rose

by MOwendyMissouri, USA

Non-native and invasive. Grows wild and ...

0 0 Orchid Cactus

Orchid Cactus

by JulianGalvezQuezon, Philippines

Flat, succulent stems.

0 1 Spotting


by wsanpedro18Hialeah, Florida, USA

Probably non-native, spotted in Hialeah, ...

0 0 Common Burdock

Common Burdock

by Saint Paul Enviro EducationSaint Paul, Minnesota, USA

Non-native invasive plant

4 1 Blackberry Lily

Blackberry Lily

by LindaKing2Tennessee, USA

Beautiful non-native orange lily

0 0 Filaree


by Hema ShahConcord, California, USA

wild weed ,non

5 4 Bee


by Ava T-BSan Diego, California, USA

On non-native cactus (I believe) in urban ...

4 2 Wood scorpion

Wood scorpion

by MauronBled, Slovenia

UV - light.

1 0 Purple Dead-Nettle

Purple Dead-Nettle

by jenalleeckColumbus, Ohio, USA

non-native (

0 0 Windmill Pink

Windmill Pink

by Hema ShahCalifornia, USA


1 1 English Bluebell

English Bluebell

by victoria.vikspicsSedgemoor District, England, United Kingdom

Native woodland close to Cheddar Gorge

0 3 Prostrate sandmat

Prostrate sandmat

by CindyBinghamKeiserCalifornia, USA

Small green weed/plant acting as a ground cover. Tallest measured was 15cm tall ...

0 1 Grass spider species

Grass spider species

by kfdearbornLos Angeles, California

nickel-sized grass spider

0 0 Ice plant

Ice plant

by HowardDorkDurham, North Carolina, USA


0 3 Jade plant

Jade plant

by KrisThomasEngland, United Kingdom

house plant, non

0 1 Common evening primrose

Common evening primrose

by Behn

"weedy", presumably non-native, been seeing ...

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