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Common Dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) feeding on Black Bryony berries  -  Derek Middleton/ FLPA
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80058806 Common Dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) feeding on Black Bryony berries© Derek Middleton/ FLPA
Archaeopteryx (Archaeopteryx sp) bird fossil, Leiden, Netherlands  -  Paul van Hoof/ Buiten-beeld
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00536299 Archaeopteryx (Archaeopteryx sp) bird fossil, Leiden, Netherlands© Paul van Hoof/ Buiten-beeld
Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum) inflorescence, Leiden, Netherlands  -  Gerrit van Ommering/ Buiten-beel
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00515699 Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum) inflorescence, Leiden, Netherlands© Gerrit van Ommering/ Buiten-beeld
Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum) flowering in understory, Leiden, Netherlands  -  Gerrit van Ommering/ Buiten-beel
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00515689 Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum) flowering in understory, Leiden, Netherlands© Gerrit van Ommering/ Buiten-beeld
Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...
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90849972 Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...©
Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...
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90849971 Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...©
Biologists conducting research into aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...
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90849970 Biologists conducting research into aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
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90849969 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
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90849968 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment tha...
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90849967 Ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment tha...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...
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90849966 Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...©
Ecotoxicologists conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...
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90849965 Ecotoxicologists conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of the neonicotinoid thiacloprid on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...
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90849964 Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of the neonicotinoid thiacloprid on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...©
Sample of Insects held by ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
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90849963 Sample of Insects held by ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...©
Sample of Insects from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than in a...
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90849962 Sample of Insects from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than in a...©
Ecotoxicologist sampling aquatic invertebrates from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the n...
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90849961 Ecotoxicologist sampling aquatic invertebrates from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the n...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849960 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849959 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849958 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Ecotoxicologist holding Damselfly nymph from experiment looking at impact of neonicotinoid insecticide thiacloprid on aquatic invertebrates. The number of Blue-tailed dragonflies (Ischnura elegans) re...
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90849957 Ecotoxicologist holding Damselfly nymph from experiment looking at impact of neonicotinoid insecticide thiacloprid on aquatic invertebrates. The number of Blue-tailed dragonflies (Ischnura elegans) re...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849956 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Crimson pitcherplant (Sarracenia leucophylla) endemic to the Southeastern United States. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90811945 Crimson pitcherplant (Sarracenia leucophylla) endemic to the Southeastern United States. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Yellow groove bamboo (Phyllostachys aureosulcata) stems, Hortus Botanicus Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90811944 Yellow groove bamboo (Phyllostachys aureosulcata) stems, Hortus Botanicus Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Fly caught on carnivorous plant (Roridula gorgonias) occurs in South Africa. Leiden Botanical Garden, the Netherlands
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90811911 Fly caught on carnivorous plant (Roridula gorgonias) occurs in South Africa. Leiden Botanical Garden, the Netherlands© Edwin Giesbers
Sundew (Drosera binata) carnivorous plant. Occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden Botanical Garden, the Netherlands
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90811910 Sundew (Drosera binata) carnivorous plant. Occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden Botanical Garden, the Netherlands© Edwin Giesbers
Bougainvillea (Bougainvillea var isabel greensmith)  Botanical garden, Leiden, Netherlands
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90750569 Bougainvillea (Bougainvillea var isabel greensmith) Botanical garden, Leiden, Netherlands© Edwin Giesbers
Orchid (Coelogyne swaniana) with botanist in the background, Botanic Garden Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands. September 2013.
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90748876 Orchid (Coelogyne swaniana) with botanist in the background, Botanic Garden Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands. September 2013.© Edwin Giesbers
Orchid (Bulbophyllum lobii) with botanist in the background, Botanic Garden Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands. September 2013.
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90748875 Orchid (Bulbophyllum lobii) with botanist in the background, Botanic Garden Leiden, Leiden, the Netherlands. September 2013.© Edwin Giesbers
Canal outside Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July 2013.
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90748851 Canal outside Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July 2013.© Edwin Giesbers
Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) flower, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748850 Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) flower, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748849 Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) on white background, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748848 Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) on white background, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748847 Orchid (Bulbophyllum sp) Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Orchid (Chelonistele maximae-reginae) flowers, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748846 Orchid (Chelonistele maximae-reginae) flowers, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Close up of Sundew (Drosera binata extrema) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748845 Close up of Sundew (Drosera binata extrema) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Close up of Sundew (Drosera binata extrema) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748844 Close up of Sundew (Drosera binata extrema) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Close up of Sundew (Drosera binata) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748843 Close up of Sundew (Drosera binata) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Carnivorous plant (Roridula gorgonias) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748842 Carnivorous plant (Roridula gorgonias) occurs in Australia and New Zealand. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Crimson pitcherplant (Sarracenia leucophylla) endemic to the Southeastern United States. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July. Vulnerable species.
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90748841 Crimson pitcherplant (Sarracenia leucophylla) endemic to the Southeastern United States. Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July. Vulnerable species.© Edwin Giesbers
Botanist working with orchids  in greenhouse, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.
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90748840 Botanist working with orchids in greenhouse, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, July.© Edwin Giesbers
Botanic Garden Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands, July 2013.
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90748839 Botanic Garden Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands, July 2013.© Edwin Giesbers
Interior of greenhouse at Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, August.
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90748838 Interior of greenhouse at Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, August.© Edwin Giesbers
Interior of greenhouse and tropical plants wth leaves of different size and shape, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, August.
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90748837 Interior of greenhouse and tropical plants wth leaves of different size and shape, Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, August.© Edwin Giesbers
Statue in Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, August.
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90748836 Statue in Botanic Garden Leiden, Netherlands, August.© Edwin Giesbers
Dahlia (Dahlia sp) city of leiden variety flowers  -  VisionsPictures
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00470864 Dahlia (Dahlia sp) city of leiden variety flowers© VisionsPictures
Blue Buck (Hippotragus leucophaeus) mounted, National Museum of Natural History, Leiden, Netherlands  -  Frank Lane/ FLPA
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80018169 Blue Buck (Hippotragus leucophaeus) mounted, National Museum of Natural History, Leiden, Netherlands© Frank W Lane/ FLPA
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