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galea.lara Scabiosa
Scabiosa commented on by galea.lara Custonaci, SIC, Italy7 years ago

Thanks a lot for your comment! If it is the same as the one in your herbarium collection than it has to be Scabiosa :). Thanks again Shaarman!

galea.lara Scabiosa
Scabiosa commented on by galea.lara Custonaci, SIC, Italy7 years ago

Dear Shaaman, thanks a lot for your suggestion. However I do not think that it is that species since the leaves are quite different and I found it in Monte Cofano Sicily. What do you think please?

galea.lara Tree Spurge
Tree Spurge commented on by galea.lara Malta, Malta7 years ago

You are most welcome :)

galea.lara Bee Orchid
Bee Orchid commented on by galea.lara Asse, Vlaanderen, Belgium7 years ago

Amazing photos Marta RubioTexeira! :) Well done

galea.lara Quaking grass
Quaking grass commented on by galea.lara Custonaci, SIC, Italy7 years ago

Thanks a lot again!!! :))

galea.lara Tree Spurge
Tree Spurge commented on by galea.lara Valletta, Malta, Malta7 years ago

They surely are beautiful :) However quite poisonous ;)

galea.lara Tree Spurge
Tree Spurge commented on by galea.lara Malta, Malta7 years ago

I believe that this is a species of the genus Euphorbia. Species could be dendroides. This depends on how large the plant was.

I hope you find this useful :)

Lara

galea.lara Carnation
Carnation commented on by galea.lara Erice, SIC, Italy7 years ago

Thanks a lot :)

galea.lara Crab (the zoèa larva)
Crab (the zoèa larva) commented on by galea.lara Malta, Malta8 years ago

Thanks ry :P

galea.lara Crab (the zoèa larva)
Crab (the zoèa larva) commented on by galea.lara Malta, Malta8 years ago

Part of my university course was to go out on a vessel and collect plankton. This was one of many species we came across and identified in our samples. :)

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