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RE: TWO HOURS WITH PLANTS, INSECTS AND SOME OTHER STUFF IN THE MUDDY BAY

in ecoTrainlast year

A wonder of nature, that plant species that has a heart-shaped part is quite unusual, it must be typical of your region or perhaps of the European continent. As usual the photos you share with us are fascinating, I like to appreciate the biological diversity of other countries. Greetings from Venezuela my friend, success!

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Thanks :) glad you like these photo reports from my area. I also enjoy watching and reading about flora & fauna from Venezuela and other parts of the world that are far and exotic from my point of view, it's a great exchange of amazing details from the natural world. Many species are left out of big production documentaries, so you can often see them only from people on the platform like this.
Yes, the Shepard's Purse, the plant with little hearts on it, is very common and widespread throughout all Europe.