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⭐Nereide🪐 Sep 12
This animation reminds me of a , a splendid native to Mexico. In the scientific classification, it's a member of the (or Compositae), dicotyledonous . More➡️ Video➡️
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Olivier Leroux Sep 21
Virtual plant microscopy! The website is finally online: . Take a look and let me know what you think. Please retweet :-). 1/4
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Marine, PhD Candidate - #SDGs - #Breton Oct 5
🐝 A bumblebee happily foraging for Coelia macrostachya, a species of orchid. It grows in Guatemala, Honduras, Salvador, Panama. Pollinators are LIFE! Thank you 😘
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Dr. Cassandra Quave Oct 14
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Gavin Phillips Sep 26
Caladenia callitrophila is an exceptionally rare species, known only from a couple of remnant Callitris woodlands in the Riverina & one that we're looking to get seed collections for the first time soon.
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Phil Gates Sep 8
Viola seed capsule splitting open. As they dry out, the walls of the three segments shrink, squeezing the shiny, slippery seeds until they shoot out, like soap slipping from your grasp in the shower
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EmmaP Sep 27
Spear thistle at Middlehaven, ageing very beautifully - the seed heads will be great food for the birds (May need a click for full image)
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Dr. Tanisha M. Williams 🌳 #BlackBotanistsWeek 🌺 Oct 12
Seeds like butterflies. The seeds of the Borneo liana (Alsomitra macrocarpa) have 2 flat bracts with a width of 13 cm that allow the seed to glide long distances.
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Experiential Gardener Oct 6
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Bort Edwards Sep 29
Plant Peeps! GGI is giving out money for botanical gardens to help connect their collections to genomic research!
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Mαyα L. Allen #BlackBotanistsWeek Sep 24
"Growing Black Roots: The Black Botanical Legacy" this is a scientist lecture series you don't want to miss! This free lecture series is a partnership with and to shine a light on the within 🌱🌿🍃
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Dr. Cassandra Quave Sep 30
Molecules from nature: Reconciling biodiversity conservation and global healthcare imperatives for sustainable use of medicinal plants and fungi
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NHSN Sep 30
Ivy: an autumnal magnet for pollinators Autumn is the time when Ivy bursts into life. Explore the value of this underappreciated plant for flower-visiting insects in a new article by Charlotte Rankin. Read more 👉
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JSTOR Daily Sep 29
More than sixty species of plant were named in honor of Ynés Mexía. She also discovered two genera.
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Kit Morgan 🌱 Oct 6
I’ve reached a point with orchids where I don’t care about the flowers but I’m all about the foliage!! just look at these leaf patterns!
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Keiron Derek Brown Oct 13
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Physicians' Gallery at RCPE Aug 28
Poisonous plants and their use in sedating, purging, sherbet and toothpaste, 1831
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Ina Vandebroek Oct 15
Professor Quave has produced wonderful freely accessible education materials on , and more. Check them out for your classroom.
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George Burton Sep 22
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Lizzie Harper Oct 2
New podcast just out featuring yours truly: For an in depth discussion about my work, attitude to art, love of , the ups and downs of my career, and my , please check out the "Natural Reality: Let's Go Podcast"
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