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Atriplex glauca is a subshrub native to arid zones of the Mediterranean Basin and Canary Islands. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands
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Balsam spurge (Euphorbia balsamifera) is a shrub native to Canary Islands, northern Africa and Arabia Saudita. This photo was taken in Malpais de La Corona
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Volcanic bomb is an extrusive igneous rock (pyroclast or tephra). This photo was taken in Montana Colorada Volcano, Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain
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Ramalina canariensis is a fruticose lichen. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain
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Tomillo marino (Frankenia capitata) is a subshrub native to Macaronesia (Canary Islands, Madeira). This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands
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Bejeque farrobo (Aeonium balsamiferum) is a succulent shrub endemic to Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Isalnd, Canary Islands
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Detail shot of a Canarian natural stone wall with multicolored stones, taken on Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain
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Basalt with olivine. Basalt is a volcanic or extrusive igneous rock. This photo was taken in Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote island, Canary Islands, Spain
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Tomillo marino (Frankenia capitata) is a subshrub native to Macaronesia (Canary Islands, Madeira). This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands
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Red valerian (Centranthus ruber) is a perennial subshrub native to southern Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island
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Detail shot of a gray, Canarian natural stone wall, taken on Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain
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Orchilla (Roccella canariensis) is a fruticulose lichen which provides a purple dye. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain
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Vinagrera o calcosa (Rumex lunaria) is a shrub endemic to Canary Islands but introduced in Sardinia and Sicily. This photo was taken in Volcan de La Corona
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Ramalina bourgeana or Ramalina rosacea (green-yellowish) and Roccella canariensis (brown) two fruticulose lichens. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island
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Fossil or fossilized dune with basalt rocks. This photo was taken in La Isleta, Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain
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Corazoncillo de Lanzarote (Lotus lancerottensis) is a prostrate herb endemic to eastern Canary Islands. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands
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Small fish dried on the grid
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Ramalina farinacea is a fruticose lichen. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain
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Volcan Pico Partido with lava tube. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain
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Toninia sedifolia or Toninia caeruleonigicans is a squamulose lichen growing on volcanic rock. This photo was taken in Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain
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