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Gérard Joyon
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J'ai un peu changé depuis mes 20 ans.
J'ai un peu changé depuis mes 20 ans.

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JEUNE SANGLIER MALE
GARRIGUES GERARD JOYON
Young male wild boar
85 kg
clic ZOOM
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ZYGÈNES SUR CHARDONS
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NATURE OISEAUX DES MERS
GOELAND,
Gabian dans le sud, nous l'appelons ainsi. Vi el ojo de gabian I saw the eye of gabian
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GÉRARD JOYON OCCITANIE FRANCE
FLAMBÉ GRAND PORTE QUEUE SUR DES LILAS
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OCELLE RUBANE OCCITANIE FRANCE
L'ocellé rubanné.
Maroc, en Algérie et dans l'ouest de la Tunisie) sud-ouest l'Europe Espagne Portugal et sud de la France.18 à 25 mm. Habitat : Garrigues à chênes kermès, maquis jusqu'à 1000 mm vol : de mai à juillet en une génération.
Plantes hôtes : (Brachypodium et Poa).
Répartition : Départements circum-méditerranéens Gerard Joyon
18 to 25 mm.Habitat: Garrigues with kermes oaks, maquis up to 1000 m.
flight: from May to July in one generation.Host plants: (Brachypodium and Poa).
Distribution: Circum-Mediterranean departments
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CIELS D'OCCITANIE
Gérard JOYON
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CIELS EN OCCITANIE
GÉRARD JOYON
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GRENOUILLE COMMUNE // GÉRARD JOYON AUTHOR CLIC ZOOM MAXI
Pelophylax esculentusThese species have long hybridized in areas of range interference, and more recently with Pelophylax ridibundus, which has been introduced everywhere. These hybrids are Pelophylax klepton esculentus for the cross between P.lessonae and P.ridibundus, and Pelophylax klepton grafi for the cross between P.perezi and P.ridibundus.

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PHASME BÂTON
Carausius morosus
NÎMES OCCITANIE FRANCE GÉRARD JOYON
CLIC ZOOM ++Gli insetti bastone si fondono bene nel loro ambiente, questo è chiamato mimetismo. Persino i fotografi si lasciano catturare: quello all'origine di questa immagine pensava di fotografare un semplice ramo di timo prima di rendersi conto che in realtà era un insetto!
The stick insects melt well in their environment, this is called mimicry. Even the photographers let themselves be caught: the one at the origin of this image thought he was photographing a simple branch of thyme before realizing that it was actually an insect!
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