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Meik Meißner

Meik Meißner

Forest Ecologist with a passion for travel and nature.

Goettingen, Germany

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Meik Sloe bug
Sloe bug commented on by Meik Göttingen, Niedersachsen (Landmasse), Germany10 years ago

Thanks DST but this spotting already had the ID you suggested.

Meik Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Meik Schönstedt, Freistaat Thüringen, Germany10 years ago

Any idea on the ID?

Meik Spotted Geranium
Spotted Geranium commented on by Meik Slovakia10 years ago

Always a pleasure.

Meik Spotted Geranium
Spotted Geranium commented on by Meik Slovakia10 years ago

I think that one belongs to the genus "geranium", have a look: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geranium

Meik Ground elder
Ground elder commented on by Meik Florida, USA10 years ago

A real garden pest! ;o)
The young shoots are edible.

Meik Rugosa rose hips
Rugosa rose hips commented on by Meik West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada10 years ago

Those fruits are actually edible, my grandma used them to make tea, jam or wine.

Meik European Fly Honeysuckle
European Fly Honeysuckle commented on by Meik Akershus, Norway10 years ago

Hey Stian, the suggestion I gave was my best shot, though there are many Lonicera species and some are not easily distinguished. It would probably be good to double-check my suggestion. Cheers!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeysuckle...

Meik Meißner Butterwort
Butterwort commented on by Meik Meißner Göttingen, Niedersachsen (Landmasse), Germany10 years ago

Thank you both!

Meik Meißner Puffin
Puffin commented on by Meik Meißner Iceland10 years ago

Matimar, thanks again.

Meik Meißner European peacock
European peacock commented on by Meik Meißner Seesen, Niedersachsen (Landmasse), Germany10 years ago

Thanks matimar! Yes, the second picture shows the butterfly with its wings closed.

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