Moth Pupae

Moth Pupae
Moth Pupa
Moth Pupa
Moth Pupa
Moth Pupa
Moth Pupa
Moth Pupa
Moth Pupa
Moth Pupa

Funny Melon

Funny Melon
Funny Melon

Marijuana Seeds

Marijuana Seeds
Marijuana Seeds
Marijuana Seeds
Marijuana Seeds
Marijuana Seeds

Vitex negundo

Vitex negundo, commonly known as the five-leaved chaste tree a small erect tree in the family Lamiaceaeis, that can reach up to 5 meters tall. The plant has evergreen leaves, usually with five lanceolate leaflets per leaf. Flowers are numerous, blue to lavender, 6 to 7 mm long, borne on 10 to 20 cm long terminal panicles . Vitex negundo is widely used in folk medicine. Leaves, seeds, bark and roots are used for the treatment of various illnesses including cough, colds, fever, headache, toothache, asthma, menstrual difficulties and amenorrhea.

 Vitex negundo

Funny Vegetables

Funny Vegetables
Funny Vegetables
Funny Vegetables
Funny Vegetables
Funny Vegetables
Funny Vegetables
Funny Vegetables

Sawari Buner

A view of Sawari bazar, Buner, taking early in the morning.

Sawari Buner

Spider Eating Spider

Spider Eating Spider
Spider Eating Spider
Spider Eating Spider

Gazania rigens

Gazania rigens, commonly known as Gazania Flowers or Treasure Flower, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae (Sunflower family), native to southern Africa. It is grown for its showy daisy-like composite flowers. The plant is spreading, low-growing, half-hardy perennial, growing to 50 cm  tall and wide. The flowers grow on  up to 25 cm long stem and come in brilliant shades of yellow, orange, bronze or white.

Gazania rigens Flowers