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DO NOT DISTURB
El Arenal, Mallorca (April 2017)
Picture taken with my little pocketcamera.

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DELOSPERMA
Mallorca, Spring 2017
Picture taken with my little Pocketcamera

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STAR MAGNOLIA
Magnolia stellata, sometimes called the star magnolia, is a slow-growing shrub or small tree native to Japan. It bears large, showy white or pink flowers in early spring, before its leaves open. This species is closely related to the Kobushi magnolia (Magnolia kobus), and is treated by many botanists as a variety or even a cultivar of that. However, Magnolia stellata was accepted as a distinct species in the 1998 monograph by Hunt.
The species Magnolia stellata may be found growing wild in certain parts of the Ise Bay area of central Honshū, Japan’s largest island, at elevations between 50m and 600m.

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BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY (EXPERT ADVERT)
Step 1: Stretch your left arm out
Step 2: The bird will land on your fingers
Step 3: Photograph the Bird with the free right hand
Step4: Go for a beer drink

Thank you ELKE for this wonderful snapshot of mine.

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GREEN POND FROGS ( SPRINGTIME 2016)
Botanical Garden, University of Bochum
Picture taken with my little pocketcamera.

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ORANGE TIP
Anthocharis cardamines, the orange tip, is a butterfly in the family Pieridae.
The common name derives from the bright orange tips of the male's forewings. The males are a common sight in spring, flying along hedgerows and damp meadows in search of the more reclusive female which lacks the orange and is often mistaken for one of the other 'white' butterflies. The undersides are mottled green and white and create a superb camouflage when settled on flowerheads such as cow parsley and garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata). The male is able to hide his orange tips by tucking the forewings behind the hindwings at rest. On close examination of the mottling, the green colour can be seen to be made up of a mixture of black and yellow scales. The butterfly is found across Europe, and eastwards into temperate Asia as far as Japan. The past 30 years have seen a rapid increase in the range of the orange tip in the UK, particularly in Scotland and Ireland, probably in response to climate change.

Who looks closely in the background recognizes the second butterfly. In front is the male, behind the female. Both are just busy with the fort stock of their kind ...

Picture taken with my NEW little pocketcamera.

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LIGHTING BEAUTY
Tropical Aquarium Hagenbeck - since 2007 the unique experience Aquarium in Hamburg with more than 14,300 animals on 8,000 square meters, with 1.8 million liters Seawater.
Picture taken with my little pocketcamera.Hamburg 2014.
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DINOSAUR BETWEEN TREE FERN IN THE PLANT SHOW HOUSE

Here in the Fernhouse you can see fossils (ferns) from the time of the dinosaurs.
All coal chunks were found nearby in the old coalmines of Dortmund.

And you can see the Wollemie (Wollemia nobilis)
The earliest known fossil fossils are dated to about 90 million years; It was considered extinct since 65 million years. In September 1994, however, 23 trees and some young plants were discovered in the Wollemi National Park by David Noble about 250 km west of the Australian city. In Dortmund, a forest of 35 specimens of woolmies was planted for the 50th anniversary of plant garden houses in the Rombergpark.

And a model of a Velociraptor can be seen, also from the time of the ferns 90 million years ago.

The Rombergpark, is an extensive municipal arboretum and botanical garden located in Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. With its total area of 65 hectares the Rombergpark is one of the largest botanical gardens in the world. It is open daily.
The garden was established in 1822 as the Romberg family's English landscape park. In 1927-1929 it was acquired by the city and under city planning director Richard Nose enhanced by a small herb garden. The park and castle were badly damaged in World War II, but starting in 1950 director Gerd Krüssmann rebuilt it as an arboretum, adding some 4500 species to the park. In 1958 the park's greenhouses were built, and in 1985 a garden of medicinal plants was added.
Today the garden contains a historic English landscape park with monuments; an arboretum containing thousands of species of woody plants, including some of the largest trees in North Rhine-Westphalia; a terrace with palm trees; and four greenhouses (1000 m² total area) for cactus and succulents, ferns, tropical plants, and camellias, jasmine, and lemons.


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