Tuesday Treats: Riparian Flora and Fauna

Photos of flora and fauna seen on last Tuesday’s walk. Usually I group the fauna and separate them from the flora. Not today. Today I give them to you as we encountered them. Enjoy

Surprised to see so many damselflies while we’re still in the heart of the city

26th July 2022

26th July 2022

26th July 2022

And water plants, even if they are on the far side of the river and not too good focus…

26th July 2022

Bittersweet is everywhere

26th July 2022

As is Traveller’s Joy aka Old Man’s Beard (Clematis vitalba)

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Golden Rod, a garden escapee/wasteland plant

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26th July 2022

Rowan is heavy with berry

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Love burdock…

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Yellow water lily just showing its head

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Everywhere, these damselflies…

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And this fungus…I don’t have a name for it but isn’t it bright!

26th July 2022

That’s all for now. I have more for you next week…butterflies, fungi, water lilies…

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9 Responses to Tuesday Treats: Riparian Flora and Fauna

  1. Dale says:

    Your first flowers looks like an impressionist painting 🙂
    So many damselflies!
    Goldenrod and burdock – two of the plants I captured on my 4.5 hour walk on Saturday (and for which I knew not what they were called…)
    That fungus is spectacular!

    Like

  2. Nope, Not Pam says:

    The colour of that fungii is gorgeous. You’ve made me day

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Indira says:

    Awesome photographs. Green is so dominating and soothing color.

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