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Eagle v octopus: Canadians rescue bird locked in battle with giant mollusc
Nature, red in tooth and claw---and chromatophore!
Plant of the Month: Mgambo tree - West Hawaii Today
Perhaps of interest:
Teloxys aristata and first post
Caspia (L, above) looks like Statice to me.
#4 looks like Scindapsus pictus 'Exotica'
Rare violet fungus found amid bumper season
Rare 'purple coral' style fungus spotted in North Wales by a conservationist | Daily Mail...
A rare Halloween Treat!
(Hey, Frog---I think the world needs a line of 'gummi fungi'. This one could be the first. Imagine handing these out to...
It is my belief that UBC members are both fully capable of reading more than one news source and are possessed of the intelligence to distinguish...
From The Guardian:
Liverpool's 1,000-year-old oak is England's tree of the year
Please see second link in original post.
It is to be hoped, Michael, that you feel less rancor towards the Woodland Trust---which seems to be a...
I am awed by these venerable fellow-creatures, and cheered by them.
1,000-year-old oak that was mentioned in the Domesday Book is...
Beautiful in every season.
Deadly Asian fungus detected in Australia
Podostroma cornu-damae - Wikipedia
Arum, perhaps. Arisaema?
Welcome to the Forum!
Sorry about your trees.
Sure do hope that the ones still with you will stay healthy...
...and not succumb to this plague:...
Should have said 'just after' shouldn't I? Thanks for pointing out my error.
No, this was not referred to in the article: I thought it to...
Global heating: ancient plants set to reproduce in UK after 60m years
Last time this happened was just before a mass extinction....
Revenge of the Saguaro!
A drunk Arizona driver ran into a large cactus that impaled his windshield | Daily Mail Online
Whoa, what a blast from the past! Ah, the ebullience of youth.
My peas are still growing strong, enthusiastic as ever. Perennial indeed!
http://www.exoticrainforest.com/Zamioculcas zamiifolia pc.html
Step into the Four Seasons! Stunning drone pictures reveal green-fingered couple's garden oasis | Daily Mail Online