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a close up view of some very colorful mushrooms
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Patterns in nature
a yellow flower that is in the grass
Oops!
Golden Waxcap (Hygrocybe Chlorophana) ~ By Peter Herring
an underwater jellyfish with purple and white bubbles on it's back legs, swimming in the water
Jellyfish by smoothstones | Redbubble
Jellyfish
a close up of a mushroom on the ground
several black and white mushrooms growing on the ground
Cream & Navy
a sea urchin sitting on top of the ocean floor
Nudibranch
Nudibranch - Cool Nature
two colorful fish sitting on top of rocks
Picture-icon land
beautiful Mandarin fish
an artistically designed glass piece floating in the air
10 Most Inspiring Deep sea creatures Ideas
Deep Sea Creatures on Pinterest | Ocean Creatures, Sea Creatures ...
blue and green sea anemones in the water
BERNADETTE ALICE
Reef giant clams - they, like the zooanthid corals, have symbiotic, often fluorescent algae in their tissues, hence the cool colors.
two red and black flowers sticking out of the ground
Boletusyniscalos
Octopus Stinkhorn (Clathrus Archeri) ~ By Angel Paz Miguel
an orange and black sea urchin with water droplets on it's face sitting in the dirt
GRANADA NATURAL Colus hirudinosus Cavalier & Sechier
Stinkhorn Fungus (Colus hirudinosus) ~ ✖️More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest✖️
an image of a white flower that is floating in the water with its petals still attached
Nudibranchs - Underwater photography of seahorses, sea dragons, clownfish, coral reefs, fish & invertebrates by David Hall
Nudibranchs - Underwater photography of seahorses, sea dragons, clownfish, coral reefs, fish & invertebrates by David Hall
a jellyfish in the dark with its head turned to look like it is floating
Translucent Pelagic octopus - Chris Newbert @ ultraorange.net & National Geographic
Pelagic Octopus Photograph by Chris Newbert, Minden Pictures A pelagic, or open-ocean, octopus gives off a neon glow in Hawaii. Most species of octopus have no internal skeleton, unlike other cephalopods.