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Coastal desert plain ~ bed of Wadi Dahab
Growing on shrubs and trees at the edge of a yard.
It belongs to Cucumber Family . its a
Lynde Shores Conservation Area
Could it be a wild
Pine Creek Preserve
This cucumber growing like a
Invasive North American species.
Some sort of Lady Bug.
On wild yarrow with a spotted
This plant can grow into a large rambling vine.
At Jack's Peak Park. About 800 feet above sea level.
35 mm long moth caterpillar.
Vine with big spiny seed pods
I thought it was a grape vine until I took a closer look at the vines
The tall plant in the front is the Wild ...
wild variety of
resembles the shape of a cucumber (green ...
Has leaves like a grape vine or ivy and has little fruits that look like tiny ...
My cucumbers went
To 20 feet. Climbing vine. It is a cousin of the garden
Vine plant with sprays of white flowers with greenish yellow centers. Five ...
closely resembling cultivated cucumber ...
No idea what is hanging at its rear end. Might be laying eggs.
Climbing vine, alternate leaves, woody, not grape, porcelainberry,
many insects, about 1 cm in length, on a
annual vine native across North America
This vine produces these awesome spiny fruits. That is why it is also known as ...
It was growing on another tree like Morning Glory and suffocating it with its ...
A Marah or wild