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Challen Willemsen Aug 22
Orchid bees in the genus Eulaema visiting Stanhopea graveolens, an epiphytic (tree-dwelling) orchid. El Tular Nature Sanctuary, Guatemala.
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Sue Aug 22
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Dr. Jo Latimore Aug 22
How have I never heard of sensitive plant before?! Discovered while walking through the gardens at . So cool!
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Sue Aug 17
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Challen Willemsen Aug 23
Frogs love orchids, too! This is a common Mexican tree frog (Smilisca baudinii, Hylidae) perched on epiphytic orchid Acianthera circumplexa.
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Joshua S Aug 21
A solitary bloom on Rosa 'Pascali' It's a very unhappy plant at the moment.
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Prof Ray Wills Aug 23
Now here's something you don't see every day. Tesla 3s being trucked with Eucalyptus and Acacia as a backdrop (But soon will be the norm) Oh, and on the left side of the road!
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Phil Gates 22h
Chicory. Hardwick, Cambridgeshire
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Sue Aug 15
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Ana Maria Bedoya Aug 20
Paper out. Genomic data surfaces as the tool to Gian insight into the biology and evolution of Podostemaceae: a family of plants that inhabit extreme aquatic habitats like river rapids.
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GardeninNorway Aug 20
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Revolutionary L M 16h
Plants are going extinct 350 TIMES faster than they have historically, experts warn
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Challen Willemsen Aug 15
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Dr. Christopher Dick Aug 20
Great way to reduce waste at a conference — and it’s fun drinking coffee from bowls (totumas) from the Crescentia tree
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Joshua S Aug 23
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Julie Elizabeth 11h
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⭐Ambiguous 🌀 Utopian⭐ 14h
Plant science fact of the day: some plants have demonstrated the ability to store memories and learn!! Specifically, Mimosa pudica has been studied and shown to learn and adapt to regular environmental stimuli!
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Sven Wair Aug 23
Bupleurum tenuissimum, Slender Hare's-Ear found yesterday on coastal grazing marsh on Colne estuary south of , .
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Dylan Aug 23
Had a blast TAing for the Summer Research Institute . We had eight undergrad students spend two weeks at the garden learning how to extract and sequence DNA, dehydrate and section plant tissue, and SEM. Students presented talks on their work the final day.
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Chris Charles 🌳 Aug 23
guerrilla nature reserve in 🌺🌼 Love it 💪
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