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Plum (Prunus domestica) fruit hanging in a tree, Utrecht, Netherlands  -  Luc Hoogenstein/ Buiten-beeld
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00515563 Plum (Prunus domestica) fruit hanging in a tree, Utrecht, Netherlands© Luc Hoogenstein/ Buiten-beeld
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) feeding on Plum (Prunus domestica) fruit from tree, England, United Kingdom
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00592184 Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) feeding on Plum (Prunus domestica) fruit from tree, England, United Kingdom© Frederic Desmette/ Biosphoto
Plum (Prunus domestica) fruit, Bavaria, Germany
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00591111 Plum (Prunus domestica) fruit, Bavaria, Germany© Konrad Wothe
Damson blossom (Prunus domestica subsp. instititia) growing in an orchard, Herefordshire, England, UK.
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90874940 Damson blossom (Prunus domestica subsp. instititia) growing in an orchard, Herefordshire, England, UK.©
Ripening plums (Prunus domestica) variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.
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90873582 Ripening plums (Prunus domestica) variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.©
Ripening plums (Prunus domestica), variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.
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90873581 Ripening plums (Prunus domestica), variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.©
Plum rust (Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae var. discolor) yellow spot lesions on the upper surface of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) leaf, Berkshire, UK, August.
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90873507 Plum rust (Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae var. discolor) yellow spot lesions on the upper surface of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) leaf, Berkshire, UK, August.©
Brown rot (Monilinia fructigena) infection on a bunch of ripening Victoria plums (Prunus domestica) on the tree, Berkshire, UK, August.
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90873506 Brown rot (Monilinia fructigena) infection on a bunch of ripening Victoria plums (Prunus domestica) on the tree, Berkshire, UK, August.©
Ripening plums (Prunus domestica), variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.
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90873489 Ripening plums (Prunus domestica), variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.©
Ripe plums (Prunus domestica), variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.
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90873488 Ripe plums (Prunus domestica), variety Victoria, on the tree, Berkshire, UK, June.©
Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) eating green mirabelle plums in a plum tree (Prunus domestica), Oise, France, July.
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90873081 Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) eating green mirabelle plums in a plum tree (Prunus domestica), Oise, France, July.©
Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) eating fallen green mirabelle plums under plum trees (Prunus domestica), in orchard, Oise, France, July.
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90873080 Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) eating fallen green mirabelle plums under plum trees (Prunus domestica), in orchard, Oise, France, July.©
Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in plum tree (Prunus domestica) eating green mirabelle plums, orchard Oise, France, July.
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90873079 Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in plum tree (Prunus domestica) eating green mirabelle plums, orchard Oise, France, July.©
Juvenile European green woodpecker (Picus viridis) foraging in a plum tree (Prunus domestica) Oise, France, July.
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90873075 Juvenile European green woodpecker (Picus viridis) foraging in a plum tree (Prunus domestica) Oise, France, July.©
Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) descending from the trunk of a plum tree (Prunus domestica) Oise, France, July.
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90873074 Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) descending from the trunk of a plum tree (Prunus domestica) Oise, France, July.©
Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) eating green mirabelle plums in orchard, Oise, France, July.
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90873073 Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) eating green mirabelle plums in orchard, Oise, France, July.©
Deep purple ripe plums (Prunus domestica) on the tree in New York State, USA
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90867102 Deep purple ripe plums (Prunus domestica) on the tree in New York State, USA©
Plum rust (Tranzschelia discolor) fungal disease pustules on underside of Plum (Prunus domestica) leaf.
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90844024 Plum rust (Tranzschelia discolor) fungal disease pustules on underside of Plum (Prunus domestica) leaf.©
Plum (Prunus domestica) with Silver leaf (Chondrostereum purpureum) disease, in old orchard.
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90844022 Plum (Prunus domestica) with Silver leaf (Chondrostereum purpureum) disease, in old orchard.©
Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar feeding on flesh of damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, August
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90842583 Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar feeding on flesh of damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, August© Nigel Cattlin
Shot hole (Pseudomonas syringae morsprunorum) a bacterial disease causing lesions and 'shot-hole' effect in a plum leaf
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90840643 Shot hole (Pseudomonas syringae morsprunorum) a bacterial disease causing lesions and 'shot-hole' effect in a plum leaf© Nigel Cattlin
White flowers of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) with anthers, stamens, style and stigma, with leaves unfolding in early spring, Berkshire, England, UK, April.
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90828270 White flowers of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) with anthers, stamens, style and stigma, with leaves unfolding in early spring, Berkshire, England, UK, April.© Nigel Cattlin
White flowers opening against a blue sky on a flowering Cherry Prunus serrulata 'Tai Haku' or great white cherry tree, Berkshire, England, UK, March
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90828265 White flowers opening against a blue sky on a flowering Cherry Prunus serrulata 'Tai Haku' or great white cherry tree, Berkshire, England, UK, March© Nigel Cattlin
Volunteers harvesting plums, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September 2011.
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90815998 Volunteers harvesting plums, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September 2011.© Paul Harris / 2020VISION
Box of plums picked by volunteers, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, October 2011.
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90815997 Box of plums picked by volunteers, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, October 2011.© Paul Harris / 2020VISION
Volunteers with plum harvest, Old Sleningford Farm, a community Farm and 2009 winner of the Nidderdale AONB Conservation Award, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September. Model released. 2020VISION Book...
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90815923 Volunteers with plum harvest, Old Sleningford Farm, a community Farm and 2009 winner of the Nidderdale AONB Conservation Award, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September. Model released. 2020VISION Book...© Paul Harris / 2020VISION
Bowl of Victoria plums (Prunus domestica) during harvest. in garden. England, UK, August.
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90780582 Bowl of Victoria plums (Prunus domestica) during harvest. in garden. England, UK, August.© Ernie Janes
Victoria plums (Prunus domestica) during harvest in garden. England, UK, August.
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90780581 Victoria plums (Prunus domestica) during harvest in garden. England, UK, August.© Ernie Janes
Yellow Plums on branch (Prunus domestica) bearing ripe fruit, Lorraine, France, september
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90773475 Yellow Plums on branch (Prunus domestica) bearing ripe fruit, Lorraine, France, september© Michel Poinsignon
Damson (Prunus domestica variety insititia) 'Langley Bullace', close-up of fruit, growing in orchard, Norfolk, England, august  -  Mike Powles/ FLPA
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80143840 Damson (Prunus domestica variety insititia) 'Langley Bullace', close-up of fruit, growing in orchard, Norfolk, England, august© Mike Powles / FLPA
Damson (Prunus domestica variety insititia) 'Shropshire Prune', close-up of fruit, growing in orchard, Norfolk, England, august  -  Mike Powles/ FLPA
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80143837 Damson (Prunus domestica variety insititia) 'Shropshire Prune', close-up of fruit, growing in orchard, Norfolk, England, august© Mike Powles / FLPA
Plum (Prunus domestica) fruits  -  Hiroshi Suzaka/ Nature Productio
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00485352 Plum (Prunus domestica) fruits© Hiroshi Suzaka/ Nature Production
Blossom on a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) tree in a mixed garden orchard on a fine early spring day before the leaves emerge. Berkshire, England, UK, April.
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90828299 Blossom on a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) tree in a mixed garden orchard on a fine early spring day before the leaves emerge. Berkshire, England, UK, April.© Nigel Cattlin
Blossom on a Victoria plum tree (Prunus domestica) in a mixed garden orchard on a fine early spring day before the leaves emerge. Berkshire, England, UK, April.
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90828298 Blossom on a Victoria plum tree (Prunus domestica) in a mixed garden orchard on a fine early spring day before the leaves emerge. Berkshire, England, UK, April.© Nigel Cattlin
White flowers of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) with anthers, stamens, style and stigma, with leaves unfolding in early spring, Berkshire, England, UK, April.
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90828269 White flowers of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) with anthers, stamens, style and stigma, with leaves unfolding in early spring, Berkshire, England, UK, April.© Nigel Cattlin
White flowers of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) with anthers, stamens, style and stigma, with leaves unfolding in early spring, Berkshire, England, UK, April.
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90828268 White flowers of a Victoria plum (Prunus domestica) with anthers, stamens, style and stigma, with leaves unfolding in early spring, Berkshire, England, UK, April.© Nigel Cattlin
Damage and exudation gum caused by red plum maggot (Cydia funebrana) feeding on young plum fruit
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90828202 Damage and exudation gum caused by red plum maggot (Cydia funebrana) feeding on young plum fruit© Nigel Cattlin
Damage and exudation gum caused by red plum maggot (Cydia funebrana) feeding on young plum fruit
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90828201 Damage and exudation gum caused by red plum maggot (Cydia funebrana) feeding on young plum fruit© Nigel Cattlin
Brown rot (Monilinia fructicola) on ripe Victoria plum fruit (Prunus domestica ssp. intermedia) on the tree and some gummosis, patches of a gummy substance, Berkshire, England, UK, August.
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90815765 Brown rot (Monilinia fructicola) on ripe Victoria plum fruit (Prunus domestica ssp. intermedia) on the tree and some gummosis, patches of a gummy substance, Berkshire, England, UK, August.© Nigel Cattlin
Plum rust (Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae var. discolor) pustules on the underside of a Victoria plum leaf Berkshire, England, UK.
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90815764 Plum rust (Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae var. discolor) pustules on the underside of a Victoria plum leaf Berkshire, England, UK.© Nigel Cattlin
Plum rust (Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae var. discolor) necrotic mottling spots of a Victoria plum leaf upper surface Berkshire, England, UK.
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90815763 Plum rust (Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae var. discolor) necrotic mottling spots of a Victoria plum leaf upper surface Berkshire, England, UK.© Nigel Cattlin
Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar feeding on flesh of damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, England, UK, August.
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90815762 Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar feeding on flesh of damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, England, UK, August.© Nigel Cattlin
Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar exit hole in damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, England, UK. August
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90815761 Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar exit hole in damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, England, UK. August© Nigel Cattlin
Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar feeding on flesh of damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, August.
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90815760 Plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) caterpillar feeding on flesh of damaged ripe plum fruit, Berkshire, August.© Nigel Cattlin
Plum Fruit Moth maggot (Cydia funebrana) damage to and exudation from a young Plum (Prunus domestica). England, UK.
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90800349 Plum Fruit Moth maggot (Cydia funebrana) damage to and exudation from a young Plum (Prunus domestica). England, UK.© Nigel Cattlin
Brown Rot (Sclerotinia fructigena) on Plum fruit on the tree (Prunus domestica).
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90799852 Brown Rot (Sclerotinia fructigena) on Plum fruit on the tree (Prunus domestica).© Nigel Cattlin
Plum fruit (Prunus domestica) on the tree, an example of a stone fruit or drupe.
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90799735 Plum fruit (Prunus domestica) on the tree, an example of a stone fruit or drupe.© Nigel Cattlin
Box of plums picked by volunteers, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September 2011  -  Paul Harris/ 2020V/ npl
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90381508 Box of plums picked by volunteers, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September 2011© Paul Harris / 2020VISION / NPL
Box of plums picked by volunteers, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September 2011  -  Paul Harris/ 2020V/ npl
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90381507 Box of plums picked by volunteers, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, September 2011© Paul Harris / 2020VISION / NPL
Child carrrying punnet of plums, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, October 2011  -  Paul Harris/ 2020V/ npl
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90381505 Child carrrying punnet of plums, Old Sleningford Community Farm, North Yorkshire, England, UK, October 2011© Paul Harris / 2020VISION / NPL
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