Louis Bartlett Bournemouth's picture

Identifying Plants

Observed: 29th June 2011 By: Louis Bartlett ...
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Description:

I am looking researching how moths can be used as indicators of ecological networks in urban areas. For this I have collected moths and now I need to classify the plants to relate these plants to the moths food soures. I am not trained in the field of plants and so any classification would be appreciated.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Rhododendron interacts

Comments

ophrys's picture

Individual pics

Hi

People will help you, but it is better to add each picture as a separate observation, then you avoid confusion in the ID of each.

Ian
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LVS77's picture

Blimey!

You like to give us a challenge, don't you? The best I can do is, left to right, - Plant 1 Rhododendron (possibly...) Plant 2 Erm, a Pieris? Sorry, that's it... Good luck with the rest!

Jonathansarah's picture

Plants

I think the bottom pic is Sagittaria latifolia given the arrow shaped leaves and the pond location

Jonathansarah's picture

Choisya ternata

This relates to the second pic. It is a bit bright but I think this is right