Found it along the lower contour path on Devil’s Peak
Common: KatoenbosScientific: Gomphocarpus cancellatus
Spotted it in Kruger National Park on a game drive
Perhaps a juvenile Blackcrowned Night Heron.
Common: Blackcrowned Night Heron - JuvenileScientific: Nycticorax nycticorax
Found it on a beach walk
Found it on the wall of a house in Table View, South Africa
Common: Blue EmperorScientific: Anax imperator
Found it next to the path of the Cape Hangklip Trail near Pringle Bay.
Common: EricaScientific: Erica hirtifloraNotes: Could be Erica hirtiflora which has needle-like leaves and hairy, mauve-pink flowers.
Common: Rooipypie | Red AfrikanerScientific: Gladiolus priorii
Found it in Rheboks valley on the Perdefontein Trail
Common: BotterblomScientific: Gazania leiopoda
Found it on the Perdefontein Trail
Found it in Rheboks valley on the Perdefontein Trail.
Common: Wit KatstertScientific: Bulbinella cauda-felis
Common: BokbaaivygieScientific: Dorotheanthus bellidiformis
Common: Renostergousblom (Afrikaans)Scientific: Arctotis acaulis
Common: RooisuringScientific: Rumex cordatus
Common: Pelargonium (English), Malva (Afrikaans)Scientific: Pelargonium sp.Notes: One of the Pelargonium species.
Common: Cabong (English) Kabong (Afrikaans) Paletblaar (Afrikaans) Painted Petals (English)Scientific: Lapeirousia jacquinii
Have found this beautiful flower close to Bergriviernek in Jonkershoek Nature Reserve
What a beautiful flower! Thank you for sharing.
Common: Tritoniopsis (Afrikaans: Rietpypie)Scientific: Tritoniopsis lataNotes: Found on sandstone slopes in seasonal seeps or draimage lines in southwestern Cape.
Found this erica species in Marloth Nature Reserve near Swellendam
Common: Trembling Heath (Afrikaans: Trilheide)Scientific: Erica vestitaNotes: Erica vestita has tubular flowers, up tp 25mm, in shades of pink, red or white.
Found this plant in the Langeberg mountains near Swellendam.
Common: Strawberry EverlastingScientific: Syncarpha eximia Notes: Found on south-facing sandstone slopes in the southern Cape
Which terrapin species?
Beautiful picture, showing the domed shell and the two short tentacles under its chin.
Thank you for sharing!
Common: Hinged TerrapinScientific: Pelusios sp.Notes: Hinges terrapin, Genus: Pelusios. There are 5 species in the group.
Would like to know the bird species we have observed next to the Olifants River in Kruger National Park
Common: Wire-tailed SwallowScientific: Hirundo smithiiNotes: Perhaps juvenile Wire-tailed Swallow.
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