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Canaries endemics Mountain scabious (Pterocephalus dumetorum) and Canary island sage (Salvia canariensis) flowering below El Rana and Roque Nublo, volcanic basaltic monoliths on the Tablon Nublo plate...  -  Nick Upton
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Nick Upton / Canaries endemics Mountain scabious (Pterocephalus dumetorum) and Canary island sage (Salvia canariensis) flowering below El Rana and Roque Nublo, volcanic basaltic monoliths on the Tablon Nublo plate...
Canaries endemics Mountain scabious (Pterocephalus dumetorum) and Canary island sage (Salvia canariensis) flowering below El Rana and Roque Nublo, volcanic basaltic monoliths on the Tablon Nublo plate...  -  Nick Upton
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Nick Upton / Canaries endemics Mountain scabious (Pterocephalus dumetorum) and Canary island sage (Salvia canariensis) flowering below El Rana and Roque Nublo, volcanic basaltic monoliths on the Tablon Nublo plate...
Edmondston's chickweed (Cerastium nigrescens) growing in rocks,  Unst, Shetland, Scotland UK. June.  -  Melvin Grey
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Melvin Grey / Edmondston's chickweed (Cerastium nigrescens) growing in rocks, Unst, Shetland, Scotland UK. June.
Edmondston's chickweed (Cerastium nigrescens) growing in rocks,  Unst, Shetland, Scotland UK. June.  -  Melvin Grey
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Melvin Grey / Edmondston's chickweed (Cerastium nigrescens) growing in rocks, Unst, Shetland, Scotland UK. June.
Cloud around the highlands of Tenerife, with dense forests of Canary Island pine (Pinus canariensis) and montane endemics including Teide white broom (Spartocytisus supranubius) and Teide straw (Desco...  -  Nick Upton
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Nick Upton / Cloud around the highlands of Tenerife, with dense forests of Canary Island pine (Pinus canariensis) and montane endemics including Teide white broom (Spartocytisus supranubius) and Teide straw (Desco...
Rhododendron (Rhododendron sp.) flower spikes showing symptoms of Sudden Oak Death (Phytophthora kernoviae), a fungus-like pathogen.  -  Dave Bevan
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Dave Bevan / Rhododendron (Rhododendron sp.) flower spikes showing symptoms of Sudden Oak Death (Phytophthora kernoviae), a fungus-like pathogen.