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Pansy flower surviving Canadian winter
A photo of a pansy in April 2021, having gone dormant over winter, and then reviving in the spring.
|Photo Attributes:||Barrie, Rosids, Canada, Violaceae, Viola, Plantae, Malpighiales, Pansy, Viola tricolor, Ontario, |
Starbucks - 2017 Christmas Coffee Cup - Medium - Right Side
The right side of the starbucks medium coffee cup celebrating Christmas in 2017. Purchased in Ontario. Contains various artistic drawings of Christmas related activites.
A Field Thistle in it flowering stage - Ontario
Photo of a Field Thistle, also known as the species Cirsium discolor. Taken in a forest in Barrie, Ontario, Canada
|Photo Attributes:||Barrie, Asterids, Angiosperms, Eudicots, Canada, Simcoe County, Asteraceae, Cirsium, Plantae, Asterales, 2016, Cirsium discolor, Ontario, |
Closeup of Sweet Basil - grown in garden planter
Photo of sweet basil. Also known as Genovese basil. Grown in garden planter in Canada.
|Photo Attributes:||Barrie, Lamiids, Asterids, Eudicots, Angiosperms, Canada, Simcoe County, Lamiaceae, Ocimum, Plantae, Lamiales, 2016, Ocimum basilicum, Ontario, |
Moss - close-up macro on tree trunk
Macro photo taken of moss on a tree trunk. Taken in early march in Ontario Canada. Individual leaves can be seen in large image.
Dandelion Seed Head
Photo of a white dandelion seed had. Taken in late spring.
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|Rosaceae Links:||Rosaceae Family at Wikipedia|
|from site:Rosaceae (the rose family) are a medium-sized family of flowering plants, including about 2830 species in 95 genera. The name is derived from the type genus Rosa. Among the largest genera are Alchemilla (270), Sorbus (260), Crataegus (260), Cotoneaster (260), and Rubus (250). The largest genus by far is Prunus (plums, cherries, peaches, apricots and almonds) with about 430 species. However, all of these numbers should be seen as underestimates - much taxonomic work is left to...|
DateTimeDigitized :2014:05:25 15:07:35
DateTimeOriginal :2014:05:25 15:07:35
Lens :4.3-129.0 mm f/3.5-6.3