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TimRolston Cape Dwarf Chameleon
Cape Dwarf Chameleon commented on by TimRolston Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa8 years ago

WOW, spotting of the day , thank you, I would tell Mr Chameleon but he has left the premises. :-)

TimRolston Cape Sugarbird
Cape Sugarbird commented on by TimRolston Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Thank you all for the comments, alas I post when I can, when I think that something is worthwhile. When a creature particularly interests me or is especially beautiful. I post when my heart tells me too, but I have to admit that I am not as dedicated as some.

TimRolston Blue Disa
Blue Disa commented on by TimRolston Cape Agulhas Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

@ SZ .. they are pretty rare, this one was flowing outside of Napier and I was on a walk with a local flowrering plant expert. We set out specifically to find it.

TimRolston King Protea
King Protea commented on by TimRolston Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

@ Smith's Zoo, do what you wish with the images please, not a problem. :-)

TimRolston Pincushion Protea
Pincushion Protea commented on by TimRolston Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

@ Smith's Zoo, I have added what fynbos images I have already posted to your mission. I am sure to have more in time. Regards Tim

TimRolston Red Fungi
Red Fungi commented on by TimRolston Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

@mysomop: I didn't look at the underside :-(

TimRolston Red Fungi
Red Fungi commented on by TimRolston Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

Thanks all, but I am pretty sure that it isn't Pycnoporus sanguineus, I have looked at a lot of images on the net and the texture just isn't the same. I suppose I am just going to settle for "Pretty Red Fungus" and have done with it. :-)

TimRolston Mountain Lobelia
Mountain Lobelia commented on by TimRolston Cape Agulhas Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa9 years ago

@Craig: I am more of a "pretty picture guy" than a dedicated naturalist I'm afraid. This particular plant isn't actually especially threatened compared to some of the others, like the Disa and the Lachenalia.

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