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NOAA's Small World Collection
Catalog of Images

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A blooming beach rose and numerous rose hips, seed pods of the beach rose, Rosa rugosa.
Connecticut, Bluff Point State Park
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A large white mushroom.
Connecticut, Bluff Point State Park
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Ferns in a shady area near an old colonial stone wall.
Connecticut, Bluff Point State Park
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Yellow crowned plants with long red stalks in coastal environment.
Connecticut, Harkness Memorial State Park
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California poppies and other wildflowers growing in close proximity to the ocean.
California Central Coast
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Alaska wildflowers. A beautiful purple flower.
Alaska, Kodiak Island
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Alaska wildflowers. Devils club.
Alaska, Kodiak Island
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Devils club. Note the thorns on the stalks. Thickets of this plant are very difficult to penetrate.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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A beautiful green plant with large leaves.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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A variety of green plants.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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Moss covered Sitka spruce
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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Moss covered Sitka spruce
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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Moss covered stumps.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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Sitka spruce cones?
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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A strange appearing white plant growing on mossy branches.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2011
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Breadfruit prior to harvesting on a tree in American Samoa.
American Samoa 2012
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Coconuts grow everywhere on American Samoa.
American Samoa 2012
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Grass seed heads or spikelets near sea level at Dutch Harbor
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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Lupin and Queen Anne's lace on a ridge above Dutch Harbor.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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Grass, lupin, and a few yellow flowers near the waters edge at Dutch Harbor.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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A large toadstool on the hills above Dutch Harbor.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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A large toadstool on the hills above Dutch Harbor.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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Yellow waxy looking flowers on the high ridges above Dutch Harbor.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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Yellow waxy looking flower on the high ridges above Dutch Harbor.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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A small stream heading on the ridge above Dutch Harbor. A type of moss covers the area near the stream while slightly higher ground appears to be covered with a species of grass.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor 2010 September
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A beautiful purple Arctic wildflower.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Beautiful white with pink fringes Arctic wildflowers.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Wilting purple Arctic wildflowers.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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A white and yellow Arctic flower? or something else?
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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A beautiful stand of purple lupin wildflowers with Aleutian mountains in the background.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor
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Purple lupin with white tips at Dutch Harbor.
Alaska, Dutch Harbor
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Cottongrass?
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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to be small thorns at end of leaves.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Groundhugging deciduous plant with leaves turning yellow in early autumn.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Groundhugging deciduous plant with leaves turning yellow in early autumn.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Green and yellow low plants with white fuzzy remnants of what might be Eskimo cotton.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Grass and large leaf green plants. Large plant ready to drop seeds?
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Plant ready to shed seeds?
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Grass covering top of St. Matthew Island.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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A shiny green broad-leaf ground hugging plant with purple edges and what appear to be small thorns at end of leaves.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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A shiny green broad-leaf ground hugging plant with purple edges and what appear to be small thorns at end of leaves.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Back side of the plant revealing lighter color. At least three or four plant species seen in the image revealing a surprising diversity on this Arctic island.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Green plant appearing to be a succulent in the center of the image. Cladonia lichen is green life form to left and the spire-like life forms flowers, moss, lichen?
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Cladonia lichen.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Arctic flora on an isolated Bering Sea island.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Cladonia lichen.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Arctic flora on an isolated Bering Sea island.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Perhaps the burrow of a St. Matthew Island vole. A profusion of voles has been hypothesized to lead to the replacement of lichens and mosses with grasses and other more temperate plants adding one more ingredient to the changing face of the Arctic.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Perhaps the burrow of a St. Matthew Island vole. A profusion of voles has been hypothesized to lead to the replacement of lichens and mosses with grasses and other more temperate plants adding one more ingredient to the changing face of the Arctic.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea
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Worm lichen.
Alaska, St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea

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