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ReeceJones

ReeceJones

A Veterinary Nursing Student. With a passion for Wildlife Photography. I love nature and all things living.

Perth, Western Australia

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ReeceJones Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ReeceJones Iowa City, Iowa, USA11 years ago

Its some sort of persimmon fruit

ReeceJones Hibiscus
Hibiscus commented on by ReeceJones Western Australia, Australia11 years ago

This is a brilliant photo I like how the vibrant colours of the flowers stand out from the green foliage.

ReeceJones Meadow brown
Meadow brown commented on by ReeceJones Faro, Portugal11 years ago

Its a (lasiommata megera)

ReeceJones sow thistle
sow thistle commented on by ReeceJones Cavite, Philippines11 years ago

Scientific name (Taraxacum) its a dandelion

ReeceJones sow thistle
sow thistle commented on by ReeceJones Cavite, Philippines11 years ago

Field Dandelion

ReeceJones Alhanoh
Alhanoh commented on by ReeceJones Lat: 29.10 Lon: 48.1411 years ago

These plants are annuals plant that usually germinate, flower, and die in a year or season. Also on the internet I have found a nearby study that has shown an increase in soil salinity in a nearby area this could also be the cause of disappearance.

ReeceJones Fowler's Toad
Fowler's Toad commented on by ReeceJones Illinois, USA11 years ago

This is a baby cane toad and it would be wise not to touch them as they release a toxic substance from their gland behind there neck which is highly poisonous.

ReeceJones fowler's toad
fowler's toad commented on by ReeceJones Tennessee, USA11 years ago

Its a Cane toad they are highly poisonous they release a substance from there glands behind their neck which is highly toxic. Here in Australia they were introduced to control cane beetle but population grew out of control and are now populating the whole continent they are damaging our native flora and fauna and are a major pest, and it would be wise not to touch them

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