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just some wildflowers

Discussion in 'Wildlife Chat' started by skyblue, Sep 8, 2013.


  1. skyblue

    skyblue PetForums VIP

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    i dont know their names of course

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  2. NaomiM

    NaomiM Love my furry, feathered and finned family

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    Great photos as always :)

    I'll have a tentative go at some IDs from my narrow experience before someone who actually knows what they're talking about comes on and corrects me! :p
    #2 is bird's-foot trefoil I think.
    #5 could be scarlet pimpernel?
    #1, #3 and #6 - yellow hawkweed?
     
  3. Leanne77

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    1, 3 and 6 are some kind of hawkweed or hawkbit, they all look very similar
    2 is lesser birdsfoot trefoil
    4 and 7 is Meadow Cranesbill
    5 is Scarlett Pimpernel
    8 is a corncockle.
     
  4. owns the beast

    owns the beast PetForums Senior

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    Very nice photo's :)
     
  5. Valanita

    Valanita PetForums VIP

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    Lovely wild flower photo's.
     
  6. shamykebab

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    Super photos! Did you use a macro lens?
     
  7. Knightofalbion

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    Beautiful photography...
     
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