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MHajduk



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Leonurus cardiaca flowers - closeup shots.

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Post 21 Aug 2016, 18:14
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Three specimens of Garden Banded Snail (Cepaea hortensis) sitting on the stem of the Leonurus cardiaca.

I have not seen such snails before. Nice photos.

Wink
Post 22 Aug 2016, 03:17
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:

MHajduk wrote:
Three specimens of Garden Banded Snail (Cepaea hortensis) sitting on the stem of the Leonurus cardiaca.

I have not seen such snails before. Nice photos.

Wink

Those snails are quite common here, in Polish gardens. Smile
Post 22 Aug 2016, 19:00
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:

YONG wrote:

MHajduk wrote:
Three specimens of Garden Banded Snail (Cepaea hortensis) sitting on the stem of the Leonurus cardiaca.

I have not seen such snails before. Nice photos.

Wink

Those snails are quite common here, in Polish gardens. Smile

Here in HK, snails look almost always like the following specimen:

http://assets.inhabitat.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2013/04/african-land-snail.jpg

Wink
Post 23 Aug 2016, 00:56
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MHajduk



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The Rudbeckia flower presented under the following link

https://goo.gl/photos/Z93g51PxPVYyTdsm8

looks truly odd as if its seeds germinated directly on the flower head before death of the parental plant, without the period of kind of necessary hibernation in the ground. Seems that it must have been a phenomenon of abnormality of plant development that is neither phyllody or fasciation yet somehow similar to the former of the mentioned two.
Post 05 Sep 2016, 16:54
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YONG



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Bro, you are definitely a botanist!

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shoorick



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he-he Smile it seems a spider was there Wink
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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
he-he Smile it seems a spider was there Wink

Apparently, yes. Smile
Post 06 Sep 2016, 19:51
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MHajduk



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A specimen of European Peacock (Inachis io, Aglais io) on a Rudbeckia flower.

https://goo.gl/photos/sXLTQDvpJ1SDpise7
Post 29 Sep 2016, 21:31
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YONG



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That is a beautiful butterfly with four eyes on its wings! Nice photo.

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Post 30 Sep 2016, 00:50
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MHajduk



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Eurasian red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) hoarding food for the wintertime. Smile

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Post 30 Sep 2016, 11:42
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YONG



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Nice clip.

Given that in wintertime the ground is usually covered by snow, how can the squirrel find and dig out the hoarded food? Rolling Eyes

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Post 30 Sep 2016, 12:24
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Nice clip.

Given that in wintertime the ground is usually covered by snow, how can the squirrel find and dig out the hoarded food? Rolling Eyes

Wink

This is not soil but a thick layer of fallen spruce needles. Moreover, usually directly under big conifer trees snow covering is rather thin (if exists at all, there were winters when there wasn't enough snow to cover these places). Smile

BTW, sometimes squirrels forget places where they hoarded their food (only remember those places where the amount of food was the biggest one). Wink
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On Windows I get "happy was unexpected at this time." But you can make a new cmd file; at the command prompt type: "copy con if.cmd @echo Syntax error ^Z" and now it works.

What does Linux give?
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revolution
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Oh, in that case Linux is no fun here: "nor else, neither fi helps", what? It looks like a response from an adventure game. Oh, I get it now, Linux is really just an elaborate adventure game. Smile
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shoorick



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linux prompts to enter text after that phrase Wink i do not know what does it expect, nothing happens until ctrl-C pressed. it was me typing those messages Wink maybe it is a way to exploit it Wink
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Picnic



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Knowledge speaks-Wisdom listens
Street art in the centre of Athens by artist WD.


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YONG



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That is stunningly-beautiful!

By comparing to the "before" photo, the circular plate of the road sign (or something like that) seems to be missing. That, in itself, is some superb drawing/painting technique!

Wink
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AsmGuru62



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I think I can still see the sign!
It is embedded into the drawing (by painting the sign itself)!
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