RMHEXA65–Beech species can be readily identified by their leaves. Red and hard beech are the largest – about 2 centimetres long. Red beech (Nothofagus fusca) leaves have deeply notched toothed edges, like saw teeth. Hard beech (N. truncata) leaves have blunt teeth. Silver beech (N. menziesii) leaves are small and carry double notches with each tooth. Black beech (N. solandri) leaves are untoothed and oblong in its lowland form, and triangular in the mountain beech subspecies. Sorry I cant help with the red spots.
RM2EFYYNN–Orthoceras solandri by Nina Jones ac142.
RM2F6WD57–Grand-Baie, Grand Bay, popular sport fishing place- here fishes caught in deep Ocean Wahoo - Acanthocybium solandri, Skipjack tuna or Oceanic Bonito
RM2CXWG0P–Marine biologist Isabel Haro holds a guajo (Acanthocybium Solandri) fish, also known as wahoo, as she carries out research on its population control in Santa Cruz May 17, 2012. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
RMBH925K–Schooling Wahoo, Pacific Kingfish, Acanthocybium solandri, Big Island, Kona Coast, Hawaii, USA
RMBAGGGB–Wahoo Acanthocybium solandri Blue Corner Micronesia Palau
RM2HD06FJ–Rhabdothamnus solandri - Waiu atua by Nina Jones ac168.
RMH8WX4A–Wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri), Reunion Island, Indian Ocean
RM2A2M52E–Calyptorhynchus solandri, Print, Described by French naturalist Anselme Gaëtan Desmarest in 1826, the genus Calyptorhynchus has five species of cockatoos. They are all mostly black in colour, and the taxa may be differentiated partly by size and partly by small areas of red, grey, and yellow plumage, especially in the tail feathers. It is the sole genus of the 'dark cockatoo' subfamily Calyptorhynchinae. Studies based on the mitochondrial DNA 12S gene fragment suggested that other sexually dichromatic species, the gang-gang cockatoo and the cockatiel may be the closest living relatives of
RM2CY0TCM–Marine biologist Isabel Haro measures the size of a guajo (Acanthocybium Solandri) fish, also known as wahoo, as she carries out research on its population control in Santa Cruz May 17, 2012. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
RMBH925E–Schooling Wahoo, Pacific Kingfish, Acanthocybium solandri, Big Island, Kona Coast, Hawaii, USA
RFWKR16M–canthigaster solandri in front of white background
RFT1X38A–Rhabdothamnus solandri, commonly known as Gloxinia is native to New Zealand.other names for the plant are taurepo, matata and waiuatua.