Mayani Bird Sanctuary

Image by/from WikiMedia Commons Mayani Bird Sanctuary is a bird sanctuary located in Mayani, in Maharashtra, India. Mayani is well connected from district places like Satara and Sangli, and around 20 km from Vita. It is a market place for near by villages and a developed place with colleges and medical facilities. The dam is an … Read more

McAbee Fossil Beds

Image by/from Eocene guy The McAbee Fossil Beds is a Heritage Site that protects an Eocene Epoch fossil locality east of Cache Creek, British Columbia, Canada, just north of and visible from Provincial Highway 97 / the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) at 50°47.831′N 121°8.469′W / 50.797183°N 121.141150°W / 50.797183; -121.141150. The McAbee Fossil Beds, comprising … Read more

Myriophyllum spicatum

Image by/from WikiMedia Commons Myriophyllum spicatum (Eurasian watermilfoil or spiked water-milfoil) is native to Europe, Asia, and north Africa, but has a wide geographic and climatic distribution among some 57 countries, extending from northern Canada to South Africa. It is a submerged aquatic plant, grows in still or slow-moving water, and is considered to be … Read more

Najas filifolia

Image by/from Kristian Peters — Fabelfroh 10:49, 30 December 2005 (UTC) Najas filifolia, the needleleaf waternymph, is an aquatic plant in the Hydrocharitaceae. It is a rare and little-known species, known from only three counties (Decatur County, Georgia; Santa Rosa County, Florida; and Leon County, Florida. It is unusual in the genus in bearing fruits … Read more

Najas graminea

Image by/from Show_ryu Najas graminea, also known as ricefield water-nymph is a species of aquatic plant found in freshwater habitats, especially still or slow-moving waters, like ponds and rice fields. It grows to a maximum length of 30 cm. The flowers are monoecious. The flowering season is from July to September. The natural distribution of this … Read more

Najas indica

Image by/from Ruppia2000 Najas indica is a species of aquatic plant found in freshwater habitats, especially still or slow-moving waters, like ponds and rice fields. The flowers are monoecious. The natural distribution of this annual plant is India, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and New Guinea.

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