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Kudzu

by dunnjen5Pensacola, Florida, USA

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Kudzu

by mmaron101Bellevue, Washington, USA

2 0 Ohwi 野葛

Ohwi 野葛

by MichaeLbeta香港 Hong Kong, HK, Paracel Islands

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Kudzu

by LisaPowersVirginia, USA

Viney plant with leaflets of three and reddish-purple bean-like blooms. The ...

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Kudzu (blossom)

by DFSouth Carolina, USA

Edge of wooded area

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Kudzu

by morricejRaleigh, North Carolina, USA

Vining plant with trifoliate leaves

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Kudzu

by LoisStaceyNorth Augusta, South Carolina, USA

Highly invasive vine "The Plant That Ate the South"

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Kudzu vine

by tp91395伊万里市 (Imari), Japan

This is an invasive vine in the southern united states.

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Kudzu

by BerrianA.HobbyIVAtlanta, Georgia, USA

9 4 Angled Sunbeam, male

Angled Sunbeam, male

by HarumKoh近畿 (Kinki Region), Japan

I couldn't find this butterfly this year. shoulder to the wing-tip: ...

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PlantHopper

by HarumKoh近畿 (Kinki Region), Japan

9-11mm. ハゴロモ科 Ricaniidae. plant: Pueraria ...

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Kudzu

by HarumKoh近畿 (Kinki Region), Japan

one of the Seven Autumn Flowers, very ...

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Kudzu

by Suzanne MonkMeridian, Mississippi, USA

The vine that ate the South, just getting started in these photos. Invasive ...

0 1 Common Glider

Common Glider

by HarumKoh近畿 (Kinki Region), Japan

very common small size butterfly. shoulder to the wing-tip: 20-28mm. イチモンジチョウ亜科 ...

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Kudzu

by Suzanne MonkMeridian, Mississippi, USA

This is the "vine that ate the South." Capable of growing 12 inches a day, it's ...

2 1 Pea Blue (Female)

Pea Blue (Female)

by AgnesAdiqueTalaveraLaguna, Philippines

patens, Pueraria

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Pea Blue (Female)

by AgnesAdiqueTalaveraBiñan, Laguna, Philippines

vulgaris (Garden bean), Pisum sativum (Garden pea), Psoralea patens,