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Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) amongst Bell heather (Erica cinerea) Cairngorms National Park, Highlands, Scotland, August.
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90759725 Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) amongst Bell heather (Erica cinerea) Cairngorms National Park, Highlands, Scotland, August.© SCOTLAND: The Big Picture
Red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scotica) sitting in flowering heather, Peak District, UK, September
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90720157 Red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scotica) sitting in flowering heather, Peak District, UK, September© Ben Hall,Ben Hall
Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) perched, Suffolk, UK, March  -  Robin Chittenden/ npl
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90673721 Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) perched, Suffolk, UK, March© Robin Chittenden / NPL
Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) perched, Suffolk, UK, March  -  Robin Chittenden/ npl
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90673667 Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) perched, Suffolk, UK, March© Robin Chittenden / NPL
New Forest landscape with Bell Heather (Erica cinerea) New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. August 2018.
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90870064 New Forest landscape with Bell Heather (Erica cinerea) New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. August 2018.©
New Forest landscape with Bell Heather (Erica cinerea) New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. August 2018.
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90870063 New Forest landscape with Bell Heather (Erica cinerea) New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. August 2018.©
View from Long Mynd with Bodbury Hill in the foreground and Caer Caradoc Hill and The Lawley in the background, Shropshire, UK. August 2020
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90866195 View from Long Mynd with Bodbury Hill in the foreground and Caer Caradoc Hill and The Lawley in the background, Shropshire, UK. August 2020©
Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) singing from log amongst heather, Scotland, UK.
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90859189 Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) singing from log amongst heather, Scotland, UK.©
Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) parent feeding chick, another chick next to it looks headless, Antarctica
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90857830 Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) parent feeding chick, another chick next to it looks headless, Antarctica©
A Nepalese family, flanked by their two Tibetan mastiff dogs, walks along path through the Rhododendron forests at an alttude of 3,000 metres on their way to the village of Ghorepani, during the monso...
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90857522 A Nepalese family, flanked by their two Tibetan mastiff dogs, walks along path through the Rhododendron forests at an alttude of 3,000 metres on their way to the village of Ghorepani, during the monso...©
European stonechat (Saxicola rubicola) male perched on flowering heather. Suffolk, England, UK. August.
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90854497 European stonechat (Saxicola rubicola) male perched on flowering heather. Suffolk, England, UK. August.©
German Short-haired Pointer in heather.
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90833285 German Short-haired Pointer in heather.© David Pike
Holly (Ilex aquifolium) tree on misty heathland at sunrise, moon overhead. Ocknell Plain and Broomy Bottom, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. September 2018.
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90820736 Holly (Ilex aquifolium) tree on misty heathland at sunrise, moon overhead. Ocknell Plain and Broomy Bottom, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. September 2018.© Mike Read
Ponies grazing around Holly (Ilex aquifolium) tree on heathland. Misty morning with moon overhead. Ocknell Plain and Broomy Bottomt, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. September 2018.
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90820735 Ponies grazing around Holly (Ilex aquifolium) tree on heathland. Misty morning with moon overhead. Ocknell Plain and Broomy Bottomt, New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. September 2018.© Mike Read
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) nectaring on freshly opened yellow Lantana (Lantana camara) flowers. Flowers turn pink when nectar no longer provided. In garden, Tanzania. Native to tropical Americas.
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90818043 Honey bee (Apis mellifera) nectaring on freshly opened yellow Lantana (Lantana camara) flowers. Flowers turn pink when nectar no longer provided. In garden, Tanzania. Native to tropical Americas.© Heather Angel
Solitary bee (Apoidea) feeding on Crocus (Crocus korolkowii), covered in pollen. Ansob Pass, Tajikistan. April.
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90818042 Solitary bee (Apoidea) feeding on Crocus (Crocus korolkowii), covered in pollen. Ansob Pass, Tajikistan. April.© Heather Angel
Wasp (Hymenoptera) robbing nectar from Henry's lily (Lilium henryi). Surrey, England, UK. August.
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90818036 Wasp (Hymenoptera) robbing nectar from Henry's lily (Lilium henryi). Surrey, England, UK. August.© Heather Angel
Broomrape (Pedicularis longiflora) in wet meadow amongst Horsetail (Equisetum sp). Maroon marks on flowers act as Nectar guides. Road from Barkham to Ruo Er Gai, Sichuan Province, China. July.
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90817939 Broomrape (Pedicularis longiflora) in wet meadow amongst Horsetail (Equisetum sp). Maroon marks on flowers act as Nectar guides. Road from Barkham to Ruo Er Gai, Sichuan Province, China. July.© Heather Angel
Sichuan pepper (Zanthoxylum bungeanum) branch with fruit.Sichuan, China. July.
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90817928 Sichuan pepper (Zanthoxylum bungeanum) branch with fruit.Sichuan, China. July.© Heather Angel
Regal lily (Lilium regale) with Crab spider (Thomisidae sp) waiting to predate insects. Near Maoxian, Min Valley, Sichuan Province, China.
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90817916 Regal lily (Lilium regale) with Crab spider (Thomisidae sp) waiting to predate insects. Near Maoxian, Min Valley, Sichuan Province, China.© Heather Angel
Crocus (Crocus sp) flower from above, closing in evening. Focus stacked.
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90817830 Crocus (Crocus sp) flower from above, closing in evening. Focus stacked.© Heather Angel
Water tulip (Cypella aquatilis) from above, in garden pond. Native to Brazil.
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90817829 Water tulip (Cypella aquatilis) from above, in garden pond. Native to Brazil.© Heather Angel
Caucasian lily (Lilium monadelphum), Caucasus, Russia. June.
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90817742 Caucasian lily (Lilium monadelphum), Caucasus, Russia. June.© Heather Angel
Snake's head fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris), view into flower with linear green nectaries. In cultivation, Surrey, England, UK. April.
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90817737 Snake's head fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris), view into flower with linear green nectaries. In cultivation, Surrey, England, UK. April.© Heather Angel
Allegheny spurge (Pachysandra procumbens) leaves emerging amongst flowers in garden. Flowers emit spicy fragrance. Surrey, England, UK. Native to Asia.
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90817733 Allegheny spurge (Pachysandra procumbens) leaves emerging amongst flowers in garden. Flowers emit spicy fragrance. Surrey, England, UK. Native to Asia.© Heather Angel
Celandine crocus (Crocus korolkowii) carpets in areas of snowmelt. Near Ansob Pass, Tajikistan. April 2014.
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90817731 Celandine crocus (Crocus korolkowii) carpets in areas of snowmelt. Near Ansob Pass, Tajikistan. April 2014.© Heather Angel
Common rue (Ruta graveolens) flower. Cultivated in herb garden, Surrey, England, UK. Native to Balkan Peninsula.
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90817728 Common rue (Ruta graveolens) flower. Cultivated in herb garden, Surrey, England, UK. Native to Balkan Peninsula.© Heather Angel
Wild sage (Lantana camara), flowers turn pink following pollination. Native to tropical America. Invasive species, Tanzania.
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90817723 Wild sage (Lantana camara), flowers turn pink following pollination. Native to tropical America. Invasive species, Tanzania.© Heather Angel
Wild sage (Lantana camara), flowers turn pink following pollination. Native to tropical America. Invasive species, Tanzania.
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90817722 Wild sage (Lantana camara), flowers turn pink following pollination. Native to tropical America. Invasive species, Tanzania.© Heather Angel
Gold band lily (Lilium auratum) flower. Yellow nectar guides lead pollinators to nectaries. Pollinators are swallowtail butterflies and hawkmoths. Cultivated in garden, Surrey, England, UK. Native to...
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90817719 Gold band lily (Lilium auratum) flower. Yellow nectar guides lead pollinators to nectaries. Pollinators are swallowtail butterflies and hawkmoths. Cultivated in garden, Surrey, England, UK. Native to...© Heather Angel
Bumblebee scarab beetles (Pygopleurus humeralis) feeding on Phelypaea flower (Phelypaea coccinea). Flower has marks that mimic beetle elytra wings to attract pollinators. Plant parasitic on Tanacetum...
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90817711 Bumblebee scarab beetles (Pygopleurus humeralis) feeding on Phelypaea flower (Phelypaea coccinea). Flower has marks that mimic beetle elytra wings to attract pollinators. Plant parasitic on Tanacetum...© Heather Angel
Thorowax (Bupleurum rotundifolium) umbel with green bracts, backlit in studio.
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90817708 Thorowax (Bupleurum rotundifolium) umbel with green bracts, backlit in studio.© Heather Angel
Masterwort (Astrantia sp) with pink bracts and tiny florets. Cultivated in garden, Surrey, England, UK. Controlled conditions.
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90817701 Masterwort (Astrantia sp) with pink bracts and tiny florets. Cultivated in garden, Surrey, England, UK. Controlled conditions.© Heather Angel
Hopliine scarab beetle (Clania glenlyonensis) pair mating on Harlequin hesperantha (Hesperantha vaginata) flower. Glen Lyon Farm / Hantam National Botanical Garden, Northern Cape, South Africa. August...
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90817666 Hopliine scarab beetle (Clania glenlyonensis) pair mating on Harlequin hesperantha (Hesperantha vaginata) flower. Glen Lyon Farm / Hantam National Botanical Garden, Northern Cape, South Africa. August...© Heather Angel
Long-horned bee (Eucera sp.), two crawling into Wild gladiolus (Gladiolus atroviolaceus) flower to roost at night. Turkey. May.
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90817662 Long-horned bee (Eucera sp.), two crawling into Wild gladiolus (Gladiolus atroviolaceus) flower to roost at night. Turkey. May.© Heather Angel
Mysore clock vine (Thunbergia mysorensis) with nectar overflowing in morning. In cultivation, Kew Gardens, London, England, UK. Native to India.
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90817648 Mysore clock vine (Thunbergia mysorensis) with nectar overflowing in morning. In cultivation, Kew Gardens, London, England, UK. Native to India.© Heather Angel
Crown imperial lily (Fritillaria imperialis), six nectaries at base of stamens and stigma. In cultivation, Native to southeast Turkey and western Himalayas.
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90817646 Crown imperial lily (Fritillaria imperialis), six nectaries at base of stamens and stigma. In cultivation, Native to southeast Turkey and western Himalayas.© Heather Angel
Gold band lily (Lilium auratum) with yellow nectar guides. In cultivation. Native to Japan.
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90817645 Gold band lily (Lilium auratum) with yellow nectar guides. In cultivation. Native to Japan.© Heather Angel
Afghanistan Juno iris (Iris cycloglossa) with yellow nectar guides. In cultivation, Kew Gardens, London, England, UK. Native to Afghanistan.
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90817630 Afghanistan Juno iris (Iris cycloglossa) with yellow nectar guides. In cultivation, Kew Gardens, London, England, UK. Native to Afghanistan.© Heather Angel
Honey bee (Apis mellifera) covered in pollen emerging from nectaring in Crocus (Crocus sp). On nature reserve, Surrey, England, UK. March.
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90817613 Honey bee (Apis mellifera) covered in pollen emerging from nectaring in Crocus (Crocus sp). On nature reserve, Surrey, England, UK. March.© Heather Angel
Marmalade hoverfly (Episyrphus balteatus) feeding on pollen on Stargazer lily (Lilium orientalis 'Stargazer') anther. Pollination occurs when pollen is transferred to next lily flower on hover...
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90817608 Marmalade hoverfly (Episyrphus balteatus) feeding on pollen on Stargazer lily (Lilium orientalis 'Stargazer') anther. Pollination occurs when pollen is transferred to next lily flower on hover...© Heather Angel
Celandine crocus (Crocus korolkowii) carpet in area of snowmelt. Pollinated by solitary bees and bumblebees. In valley, near Ansob Pass, Tajikistan. April 2014.
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90817598 Celandine crocus (Crocus korolkowii) carpet in area of snowmelt. Pollinated by solitary bees and bumblebees. In valley, near Ansob Pass, Tajikistan. April 2014.© Heather Angel
Seville orange (Citrus  aurantium) flower. Cultivated in glasshouse, Surrey, England, UK. Focus stacked. Sequence 1/2.
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90817592 Seville orange (Citrus aurantium) flower. Cultivated in glasshouse, Surrey, England, UK. Focus stacked. Sequence 1/2.© Heather Angel
Seville orange (Citrus  aurantium) flower fluorescing in UV light, colour attractive to pollinators. Cultivated in glasshouse, Surrey, England, UK. Focus stacked. Sequence 2/2.
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90817590 Seville orange (Citrus aurantium) flower fluorescing in UV light, colour attractive to pollinators. Cultivated in glasshouse, Surrey, England, UK. Focus stacked. Sequence 2/2.© Heather Angel
Wasp (Dolichovespula sp) emerging from nectaring on Michailovski fritillary (Fritillaria michailovskyi) flower. To reach the nectaries it squeezes past anthers picking up large pollen load on head and...
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90817586 Wasp (Dolichovespula sp) emerging from nectaring on Michailovski fritillary (Fritillaria michailovskyi) flower. To reach the nectaries it squeezes past anthers picking up large pollen load on head and...© Heather Angel
Texas bluebonnets (Lupinus texensis) and Indian paintbrush (Castilleja coccinea) amongst wildflowers in ditch beside byway. Rains triggered germinaton of annual seeds. Cuero, Texas, USA. April.
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90817584 Texas bluebonnets (Lupinus texensis) and Indian paintbrush (Castilleja coccinea) amongst wildflowers in ditch beside byway. Rains triggered germinaton of annual seeds. Cuero, Texas, USA. April.© Heather Angel
Marmalade hoverfly (Episyrphus balteatus) feeding on Caucasian lily (Lilium monadelphum) pollen. Pollen transferred to other flowers on legs and hairy body. Russian Caucasus, Georgia. June.
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90817547 Marmalade hoverfly (Episyrphus balteatus) feeding on Caucasian lily (Lilium monadelphum) pollen. Pollen transferred to other flowers on legs and hairy body. Russian Caucasus, Georgia. June.© Heather Angel
Marmalade hoverfly (Episyrphus balteatus) feeding on Caucasian lily (Lilium monadelphum) pollen. Pollen transferred to other flowers via legs. Russian Caucasus, Georgia. June.
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90817546 Marmalade hoverfly (Episyrphus balteatus) feeding on Caucasian lily (Lilium monadelphum) pollen. Pollen transferred to other flowers via legs. Russian Caucasus, Georgia. June.© Heather Angel
Northern white cheeked gibbon (Nomascus leucogenys) female standing in tree with baby aged two weeks. Parents captive bred and released. Wild Elephant Valley / Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China, 2...
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90817528 Northern white cheeked gibbon (Nomascus leucogenys) female standing in tree with baby aged two weeks. Parents captive bred and released. Wild Elephant Valley / Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China, 2...© Heather Angel
Lily (Lilium lophophorum) flowers. Tepals fused at tips to protects floral parts from precipitation, slits allow access to pollinators. Mugecuo Scenic Area, Kangding, Sichuan Province, China. June.
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90817516 Lily (Lilium lophophorum) flowers. Tepals fused at tips to protects floral parts from precipitation, slits allow access to pollinators. Mugecuo Scenic Area, Kangding, Sichuan Province, China. June.© Heather Angel
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