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Tessellatus Playing Cards by Hunkydory Playing Cards

Tessellatus Playing Cards by Hunkydory Playing Cards

Hypsizygus tessellatus - White Beech or Clamshell Mushroom, Bunapi

Shimeji - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia bunapi-shimeji aka white beech or white clamshell mushrooms

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A monumental Timurid Mosaic Tile panel with lotus blossoms, Transoxiana, century - 133 by

Hypsizygus tessellatus - Brown Beech or Clamshell, Bun mushrooms

Hypsizygus tessellatus - Brown Beech or Clamshell, Bun mushrooms

Tessellatus Playing Cards by Hunkydory Playing Cards

Tessellatus features a mosaic-themed back design, paired with a vivid and vibrant color palette, easily grabbing the spectators eye.

Thamnocalamus Tessellatus Bamboo

Bamboo, Thamnocalamus tessellatus, is a great bamboo if you have a hot, sunny location. It is a clumping type of bamboo & is hardy to

Earliest Bird Pollinator Found in Germany - Fossilized 47 million years ago, it was the size of a hummingbird - but unlike any living species. The fossil, 3" (8 cm) long, has scraps of iridescent insects and hundreds of grains of flower pollen in its stomach. It was discovered in Germany's fossil-rich Messel Pit - Image by : Sven Traenkner, Senckenberg Research Institute

Pumiliornis tessellatus was a three-inch-long (eight-centimeter) bird—about the size of a hummingbird. It is the earliest bird pollinator found to date. Photograph By Sven Traenkner, Senckenberg.

Thamnocalamus  tessellatus

Thamnocalamus tessellatus

Woolly Alder Aphid (Prociphilus tessellatus)

Woolly Alder Aphid (Prociphilus tessellatus)

Maximum height 20 feet, 12 - 15 feet average  Diameter: 1 inch  Clumping, dappled to full sun

Maximum height 20 feet, 12 - 15 feet average Diameter: 1 inch Clumping, dappled to full sun

Indocalamus tessellatus

Indocalamus tessellatus, Large Leaf Bamboo, is a wonderful bamboo with enormous foliage that can reach in length and across. It has the largest foliage of any hardy bamboo and will create an impressive jungle-effect with other cold-hardy exotics

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