RM2BTEPFR–Common Glasswort, Salicornia spec., Amaranthaceae, halophytic, plant, in brakish water lagoon, reflections, Camargue, Bouches-du-Rhône department, Pro
RMPG4MF5–Sea Holly (Eryngium maritimum), top of beach, Sandwich Bay, Kent, UK.
RM2G2FKP4–Yellow horned poppy (Glaucium flavum) and sea kale (Crambe maritima) growing on the beach at Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, south coast England
RMMB1K1J–Shrubby sea-blite (Suaeda vera) bushes growing on the fringes of a sandy beach, Pozo Negro, Fuerteventura, June.
RMDT656Y–Bangladesh, South Asia, Sundarbans, Shoots of halophytic mangrove poking out of the mud in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
RMMB1K1A–Sea grape / Uvas de mar (Zygophyllum / Tetraena fontanesii) fruits and leaves, La Pared, Fuerteventura, May.
RM2A4WJFN–Sea Kale, Crambe maritima, on pebble beach, Sandwich, Kent UK, sea cole, seakale, sea colewort or crambe, is a species of halophytic flowering plant i
RM2D7P390–Common Red Soldier Beetle feeding on umbel of Parsley water-dropwort, Oenanthe lachenalii, in upper saltmarsh, Poole Harbour.
RFGJPC72–Macro Salicornia europaea, salt steppe plant, common glasswort, halophytic
RMRWA9EH–Sea aster flowers (Aster tripolium). This perennial halophytic (salt tolerant) plant is common in saltmarshes and coastal areas Photographed in Evros,
RM2E1CJAW–Seakale (Crambe maritima) in bloom, growing above East Wittering Beach, Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK. April. Luxury vegetable when blanched.
RM2DF6H5X–Sea kale (Crambe maritima) is halophytic perennial plant native of Europe coastline. This photo was taken in Britanny, France.
RM2FWFPFK–Seakale, (Crambe maritimaa) growing on beach between East Wittering and West Wittering. September.
RM2GRG8E8–France, Somme (80), Bay of the Somme, Le Crotoy, Flora of the Bay of the Somme, Aster tripolium, Suaeda maritima), Salicornia europaea are the three main halophytic plants of the low schorre near the slikke
RMK2EPMR–Common sea lavender (Limonium vulgare) flowering beside a saltmarsh creek bank, RSPB Arne, Dorset, July.
RM2HPYN8F–Low tide in the bay of the Riviere d'Etel. Muddy foreshores colonised by obiones, halophytic shrubs forming compact clumps (genus Halimione or Atriple
RFP881DN–Sarcocornia fruticosa, halophytic vegetation at Natural reserve Guadalhorce, Malaga, Spain.