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0 0 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by JetFloresSan Diego, California, USA

approximately 100 yards from cut back. Signs of ant predation and

3 5 ivy leaved Toadflax

ivy leaved Toadflax

by Debbie StewartEden, England, United Kingdom

.I has an unusual method of propagation. The flower stalk is initially ...

1 0 Filamentous Fungus

Filamentous Fungus

by MachiMaine, USA

They seem to start off yellow with a clear-looking stalk and then the older ...

5 8 Phycomyces nitens

Phycomyces nitens

by BonnieLewisNorth Carolina, USA

phototropism response and helical growth ...

1 0 Ivy-Leaved Toadflax

Ivy-Leaved Toadflax

by WombatAlgarve, Portugal

unusual method of propagation. The flower stalk is initially positively

1 2 Ivy-leaved Toadflax / Klobučić

Ivy-leaved Toadflax / Klobučić

by injicaCroatia

initially positively phototropic (moves ...

3 2 Ivy-leaved toadflax

Ivy-leaved toadflax

by Marta RubioTexeiraRégion wallonne, Belgium

propagation. The flower stalk is initially positively

0 0 Ussurian Pear

Ussurian Pear

by nicole.mckinstryAlberta, Canada

This is a Ussurian Pear tree from the Rosaceae family. It appears to have a ...