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Images Dated 9th February 2006

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Choose from 51 pictures in our Images Dated 9th February 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


MAB-144 Land recently cleared for sisal plantation with baobab / Boab trees remaining Featured 9 Feb 2006 Print

MAB-144 Land recently cleared for sisal plantation with baobab / Boab trees remaining

MAB-144
Land recently cleared for sisal plantation with baobab / Boab trees remaining
Mombasa on Kenya Coasts, Africa
Mark Boulton
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Africa, African, Agave, Agricultural, Agriculture, Baobab, Baobabs, Boab, Boabs, Cleared, Crop, Crops, Cultivated, Cultivation, Damage, Deforestation, Destructive, Earth And Environment, East Africa, Environment, Environmental Damage, Farm Land, Farming, Fiber, Fibre, Geography, Hemp, Industry, Kenya, Land, Leaves, Mombasa, Natural, Pla Nts, Plant, Plantation, Rope, Rosette, Sisal, Sisalana, Sisals, String, Sword Shaped, Tree

DAD-1831 Fungi - Tricholoma sejunctum - found in both deciduous and coniferous woodlands, particularly under oak and sweet chestnut Featured 9 Feb 2006 Print

DAD-1831 Fungi - Tricholoma sejunctum - found in both deciduous and coniferous woodlands, particularly under oak and sweet chestnut

DAD-1831
Fungi - Tricholoma sejunctum - found in both deciduous and coniferous woodlands, particularly under oak and sweet chestnut.
Kent Nature Park, UK. October. Possibly poisonous
Tricholoma sejunctum
David C Dixon
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Fungi - Honey or Boot-lace Fungus - found in dense clusters around trunks or stumps of deciduous and coniferous trees Featured 9 Feb 2006 Print

Fungi - Honey or Boot-lace Fungus - found in dense clusters around trunks or stumps of deciduous and coniferous trees

DAD-1834
Fungi - Honey or Boot-lace Fungus - found in dense clusters around trunks or stumps of deciduous and coniferous trees
This is a dangerous parasite and causes ultimate death of many trees. Kent, UK - October
Armillaria mellea
David C Dixon
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© David Dixon/ardea.com