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Southern Screamer
Most of my wildlife shots are of wild animals, this one is captive at Martin Mere, they're relatively new to Martin Mere and have spent much of the time stood at the back of the pen when I've visited. However, the...
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Carex nigricans
This rhizomatous sedge forms extensive mats (the yellow green patches) in low areas where snow stays longest. The narrow yellow green leaf blades (about 1 mm wide) and flowering heads that comprise a single spike with...
Photo by Matt Lavin on Flickr
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Ossekeag Creek Marsh
This is at the start of Spooner Island, which is on the left. From Wikipedia - Typha is a genus of about eleven species of monocotyledonous flowering plants in the monogeneric family, Typhaceae. The genus has a...
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