Guardian Nature School Team Contact Blog Project Noah Facebook Project Noah Twitter

A global community of nature enthusiasts
photographing and learning about wildlife

Join Project Noah!
nature school apple icon

Project Noah Nature School visit nature school

José Rui Abreu Mira

José Rui Abreu Mira

London, United Kingdom

Sign In to follow

Friends

AntónioGinjaGinja RicardoMSantos CarlosRio Dina
maplemoth662 apoelaka54 LauraPound Ana Coelho
José Rui Abreu Mira Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Portugal9 years ago

Sim, são.

José Rui Abreu Mira Northern Pike
Northern Pike commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Portugal9 years ago

Thank you Eirik.

José Rui Abreu Mira Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Portugal9 years ago

Thanks Aaron.

José Rui Abreu Mira Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Portugal9 years ago

Hi Katelyn, this photo was taken in the Madeira Aquarium at Porto Moniz (northern coast of the Madeira Island) [http://goo.gl/80oXU]

José Rui Abreu Mira Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Algarve, Portugal9 years ago

Ah. Thanks.

José Rui Abreu Mira Bottle Gourd
Bottle Gourd commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Portugal9 years ago

Yes, it is. Thanks.

José Rui Abreu Mira Prairie Falcon
Prairie Falcon commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Portugal9 years ago

Hi, Jake.

Thanks. I guess it must be :-)

José Rui Abreu Mira Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Portugal9 years ago

Hi, Sarah. Thanks for the suggestion.

Couldn't they be spanish daysies (Erigeron karvinskianus) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erigeron_karvinskianus]?

José Rui Abreu Mira Madeiran Chaffinch
Madeiran Chaffinch commented on by José Rui Abreu Mira Funchal, Madeira, Portugal10 years ago

@Liam I think it's the maderensis subspecies (the photo was taken at the Madeira Island), thanks for the tip anyway.

jose.rui.mira Mock Strawberry
Mock Strawberry commented on by jose.rui.mira Portugal10 years ago

Hi, Dina.
Thanks for the tips. Looking at the wikipedia pages of each of the ones you mentioned I believe it is the mock strawberry.
Although my mom has both the wild and the mock strawberry at her house :-)

Noah Guardians
Noah Sponsors
join Project Noah Team

Join the Project Noah Team