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Meadow Horsetail by Luc Viatour: Equisetum is the only living genus in the Equisetaceae, a family of vascular plants that reproduce by spores rather than seeds

Meadow Horsetail by Luc Viatour: Equisetum (horsetail, snake grass, puzzlegrass) is the only living genus in the Equisetaceae, a family of vascular plants that reproduce by spores rather than seeds.

That coral and that yellow together...

That coral and that yellow together...

Ah, there are so many story ideas here!  --  CGPortfolio - Phil McDarby

Enchanted clearing (Another Imbolc ritual is done on Imbolc Eve when we take buttered bread in a bowl placed outdoors for the Faries who travel with the Lady of the Greenwood.

Hummingbird Hawk Moth ( Macroglossum stellatarum) by IronChris, wikipedia: Its long proboscis and its hovering behaviour, accompanied by an audible humming noise, make it look remarkably like a hummingbird while feeding on flowers. #Moth #Hummingbird_Hawk_Moth

19 Creatures That Conclusively Prove Size Isn't Everthing

Much like the bird from which it gets its name, the Hummingbird Hawkmoth (Macroglossum stellatarum) does not land on flowers to drink their nectar, but instead hovers next to them, drinking with its long proboscus.

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Buy Briza maxima (Greater quaking grass) from Sarah Raven: Briza maxima is a beautiful grass with thin stems, hung with pale green flowers that look like rain drops as they catch the light.

The Lesser Kudu (Ammelaphus imberbis, formerly Tragelaphus imberbis) by larsfoto.se: Formerly thought to be a smaller version of the Greater Kudu, it is now considered to be a much more primitive species, whose evolutionary line diverged as long as 10 million years ago. Unlike the Greater Kudu which is one of the slowest antelopes, the Lesser Kudu is one of the fastest,  reaching running speeds of around 100km/hr. via http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesser_kudu  #Lesser_Kudu #larsfoto_se…

The Lesser Kudu (Ammelaphus imberbis, formerly Tragelaphus imberbis). Unlike the Greater Kudu which is one of the slowest antelopes, the Lesser Kudu is one of the fastest, reaching running speeds of around

Death's head caterpillars

Amazing bugs, reptiles and amphibians photographed by Igor Siwanowicz

Death’s Head caterpillars, Acherontia Atropos. Photo by Igor Siwanowicz// deaths head.

sting ray city -- never forget when my parents and sibs did this as part of our caribbean cruise.  so funny to hear everyone scream when a stingray swam next to them or on their legs.  such a weird feeling to reach out and touch them!! xoxo

sting ray city -- never forget when my parents and sibs did this as part of our caribbean cruise. so funny to hear everyone scream when a stingray swam next to them or on their legs. such a weird feeling to reach out and touch them!

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