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Joshua Ajowele Jun 17
This bumblebee (ID will be appreciated or I will just go with White-tailed bumblebee😉) is rigorously feeding on Hypericum calycinum pollen.
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7口 Jul 25
Calling gardeners! Please complete my questionnaire about garden plants & what they do for us! Should take <10 minutes which will help my research project supervised by & follow the link - thank you!
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Cathy Wilson 😷🕷🇪🇺 Jan 15
I agree with - this lad is a rising botanical star. Great pleasure to know you ☺️ Botanical Selfies: Joshua Ajowele
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Cathy Wilson 😷🕷🇪🇺 Nov 28
National field survey takes advantage of innovative technology
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Cathy Wilson 😷🕷🇪🇺 Dec 2
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Dr M still going wild! Jul 25
Would be delighted if all you lovely gardeners would complete my student questionnaire about garden plant choice & values! Follow the link - thank you!
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Joshua Ajowele Jun 20
Ginkgo biloba with its flabellate leaves and dichotomous venation. Quite distinct. I guess if you are the only member of a genus, you will want to be noticed.
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Alastair Culham Mar 31
today was Whiteknights campus. These plants share a common feature at family level. What is it? 🤔 Can you identify the four plants?
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Susan Medcalf Jan 23
Lost count of how many hours I’ve volunteered for but all so worth it for the wonderful 2019 events & special people brought together by a fascination of plants. BotanicalUniChallnge, Reunion, Symp my highlights. Sad now ending
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Dr M still going wild! Jul 14
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MSc Plant Diversity Jul 17
Still managed cream tea despite virtual rather than real field course, but is it Cornwall or Devon style?! Sorry I couldn't share!
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MSc Plant Diversity Jul 17
Super final afternoon ID'ing real rather than virtual plants! Students showed & telled species & we all ID'd & keyed as necessary!
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MSc Plant Diversity Jul 20
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Dr M still going wild! Jul 15
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RNG Herbarium Feb 6
Proud new parents with their mounted specimens. No weights were stuck on - well done!
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RNG Herbarium Feb 5
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7口 Jun 25
Choisya,not sure about the species
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7口 Jun 24
Cotinus coggygria(Smoke tree)in Harris Garden When I first saw it, I thought I was blind🙈
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Susan Medcalf Dec 27
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Sai the Rhino Dec 11
Studying up for the plants test tomorrow and came across this photo of or Poaceae class. If anyone else is looking for study see if you can find out what they are (cus I surely don't 😅)
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