Fully matured Kerry Blue Terrier
The Kerry Blue Terrier is a muscular, medium-sized dog. The had is long and in good proportion to the rest of the body. The skull is flat with a very slight stop. The nose is black with wide nostrils. The teeth meet in a scissors or level . . . → Read More: Kerry Blue Terrier
False brome (Brachypodium sylvaticum) Weed.
False brome is a perennial bunch grass native to Eurasia and North Africa that generally stays green throughout the year. It has spread extensively in areas of western Oregon and has begun to spread to Washington State. It is highly invasive in shaded woodlands, open prairies, and . . . → Read More: False brome (Brachypodium sylvaticum)
This adventive annual plant is more or less prostrate, producing hairless stems up to 3′ long. The alternate leaves are up to 1″ long and 1/3″ across. They are oblong or oblong-elliptic, smooth along the margins, and hairless. At the base of each leaf, there is a membranous sheath (ochrea) that wraps . . . → Read More: Erect knotweed (Polygonum erectum)
English holly (Ilex aquifolium) Hedge
Holly, or European holly to distinguish it from related species, is also called Christmas holly or Mexican holly. It is a dioecious tree or shrub found, for example, in shady areas of forests of oak and in beech hedges. It has a great capacity to adapt to . . . → Read More: English holly (Ilex aquifolium)
Description: Auri (Acacia auriculiformis) Tree Weed.
Acacia auriculiformis is an evergreen tree that grows between to 15-30 m tall, with a trunk up to 12 m long and 50 cm in diameter. It has dense foliage with an open, spreading crown. The trunk is crooked and the bark vertically fissured. Roots are shallow . . . → Read More: Darwin black wattle (Acacia auriculiformis)
Curly pondweed (Potamogeton crispus)
This is the only species of pondweeds in North America with serrate leaves and consequently it is easily recognized.Curly pondweed gets its name from the wavy margins on the sides of its leaves. Leaves are dark green with a reddish hue and have small teeth along the margins. . . . → Read More: Curly pondweed (Potamogeton crispus)