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5 7 Spotting

Spotting

by LuisStevensAcapulco de Juárez, Estado de Guerrero, Mexico

Root

0 0 Mangroves

Mangroves

by rachely4000, Queensland, Australia

Trees with thin, prolific root

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by ritsuburningnightAlabama, USA

Some kind of weed that covers large spaces in my yard. It has a shallow and ...

5 5 Haleakalā Silversword

Haleakalā Silversword

by NicoleLookHawaii, USA

Beautiful plant that glistened silver in the sunlight. Very sensitive

1 1 Spotting

Spotting

Singapore

Darks green miss that grew on a buttresses tree

0 0 Four Leaf White Clover

Four Leaf White Clover

by ThatBlueEyedGirlGeorgia, USA

on the same root

0 0 Indian Paintbrush

Indian Paintbrush

by gatorfellowsDenton, Texas, USA

The Indian Paintbrush have bloomed very well and for a long time. Still seeing ...

0 0 Wattle Root Longicorn

Wattle Root Longicorn

by LeubaMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

A large brown longicorn about 40 mm in length.

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

Singapore, Singapore

. Interesting drip tip Bark is thin yet tough. Small

0 0 Canada Thistle

Canada Thistle

by Travis MorseKremmling, Colorado, USA

root

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by SandyMommaMinneapolis, Minnesota, USA

I don't know what kind of tree this is but the

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by JackGrahamRound Rock, Texas, USA

fall off in Fall. It will sprout new trunks from it's

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by KulifeldTervuren, Vlaanderen, Belgium

Very large dark brown flying beetle. 2-3 inches long. It was living in a hole ...

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by BethinsIndiana, USA

I was told this was moss, but I don't think moss has a

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by Kei HeynsMossel Bay Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa

Africa, just the bulbs and no stem or flowers to ID it on. It was found ...

2 3 Swamp cypress

Swamp cypress

by MauronSlovenia

woody projections from the root

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

Singapore, Singapore

a little drip tip. It's roots

0 0 yucca

yucca

by 7yl4rNew Mexico

The sand dune is slowly blowing out from under this yucca, exposing it's large ...

0 0 Squaw Root

Squaw Root

by BullingerNorth Carolina, USA

Parasitic plant with a root

2 1 El jaguey / Shortleaf

El jaguey / Shortleaf

by NatzZepolGuayama, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

System is distinguished by its aerial

0 0 Comfrey flowers

Comfrey flowers

by joanbstanleyDenton, Texas, USA

roots create an expansive

2 2 Pink knotweed

Pink knotweed

by girlwithacameraBenguet, Philippines

Somehow they are connected by roots, so I ...

5 1 Coast Redwood

Coast Redwood

by Aaron CadieuxArcata, California, USA

Coastal Redwood - no existing roots, hangs ...

0 0 Walking Palm Stilt Roots

Walking Palm Stilt Roots

by MelissaJordanBelén, Loreto, Peru

South America. It's stilt roots are what ...

0 0 Red Mangrove

Red Mangrove

by joanbstanleyBritish Virgin Islands

that use this root

0 0 Carolina Holly

Carolina Holly

by hildmacGreensboro, North Carolina, USA

grow from its branches. The plant has a deep

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

Singapore, Singapore

: Entire Leaf venation: Parallel Leaf texture: hard Bark texture: Smooth

0 1 Elephant Ear Plant

Elephant Ear Plant

Singapore, Singapore

: waxy, deep with large veins. Root

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

Singapore, Singapore

texture is smooth and thin. the root

0 1 Hairy Clidemia

Hairy Clidemia

Singapore, Singapore

: Soft Hairs. Bark Texture: Thin and Rough. The

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

Singapore, Singapore

without hairs I think it is a strangler and Air

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by salyards32922Singapore, Singapore

pinnate, it has a drip tip, it's barks texture is rough, it's

0 1 Horsetail

Horsetail

by Janice ParrNorth Norfolk, England, United Kingdom

or so, suggesting that they may have a tuber

0 1 Sea oats

Sea oats

by JVMMiami Beach, Florida, USA

Florida and some other states because the extensive

8 3 Common Donkey Orchid

Common Donkey Orchid

by StevenSpragg6059, Western Australia, Australia

Most orchid species in Australia require a symbiotic relationship with a soil ...

1 1 Red Osier (Red Twig) Dogwood

Red Osier (Red Twig) Dogwood

by Michael A.GentileWoodbridge, Virginia, USA

. They average 6-10 feet tall with a similar spread. They form a dense

1 1 Chicken mushroom

Chicken mushroom

by Walter3Georgia, USA

It grew in my own back yard out from under a pile of deep brush. It was also ...

0 0 Red Fox

Red Fox

by PeterChereshnoskiNew York, USA

Orange to red fur, black legs and white neck and lower part of head. Large ...

0 0 Canada Thistle

Canada Thistle

by JamesRBernardWinnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Herbaceous perennial plant, forming extensive clonal colonies from an ...

1 1 Desert hyacinth

Desert hyacinth

by Mohamed Gamal El-Den NasserSaudi Arabia

Desert hyacinth is holoparasitic desert plant that lack chlorophyll and true ...

0 0 Crimson King Norway Maple

Crimson King Norway Maple

New York, USA

popular for its purple-green foliage throughout the summer. It also has a ...

0 0 Copper Beech Tree

Copper Beech Tree

by Wendy Sherratt HoganChesterfield, England, United Kingdom

Extremely large, large root

0 0 Bladdernut

Bladdernut

by chesterbperryEast Ridge, Tennessee, USA

. Additionally, the dense root

0 0 Pternandra echinata Jack

Pternandra echinata Jack

Singapore, Singapore

Root

0 0 Dollarweed

Dollarweed

by Ric3Tarpon Springs, Florida, USA

Green oval leaved w/ green stalk. Extensive

0 0 Lady Palm

Lady Palm

Singapore, Singapore

:Soft Characteristics: Easy to scratch and grows in clumps The

0 0 fishtail palm

fishtail palm

Singapore, Singapore

- Rough, Root

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