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0 2 Spotting

Spotting

by StuartMcGeachieEngland, United Kingdom

Moth found at work, in Torquay, Devon

0 0 Turnstone

Turnstone

by StuartMcGeachieEngland, United Kingdom

1 2 Dunnock (hedge sparrow)

Dunnock (hedge sparrow)

by StuartMcGeachieEngland, United Kingdom

Nest containing Dunnock eggs

0 1 Jersey Tiger Moth

Jersey Tiger Moth

by StuartMcGeachieEngland, United Kingdom

2 0 Four eye fish

Four eye fish

by StuartMcGeachieEngland, United Kingdom

New born, captive, four eye fish.

2 0 Hoverfly

Hoverfly

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

Syrphus ribesii or vitripennis I think. :)

0 0 Greater Stitchwort

Greater Stitchwort

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

0 0 Sea kale

Sea kale

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

Growing between rocks on the edge of the sea break

0 0 Wild Angelica

Wild Angelica

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

Growing on a Devon bank beside woodland along the South West Coastal Path

1 0 Ivy-leaved Speedwell

Ivy-leaved Speedwell

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

Growing on a mossy wall along the South West Coastal Path

0 0 Hart's-tongue fern

Hart's-tongue fern

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

Long unfurling tongue shaped leaves

0 0 Brazilian giant-rhubarb

Brazilian giant-rhubarb

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

Huge ornamental rhubarb, large veined leaves, spiky stems, huge striking ...

1 0 Opposite-leaved Golden Saxifrage

Opposite-leaved Golden Saxifrage

by VivBraznellEngland, United Kingdom

Low growing spreading plant in a semi shaded damp area on the banks of a stream

12 8 Baby Insect Somethings

Baby Insect Somethings

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

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1 0 Cicada

Cicada

by AliceGreenupNew South Wales, Australia

The adult insect, known as an imago, is usually 2 to 5 centimetres (0.79–2.0 ...