Still going strong - https://www.ispotnature.org/communities/uk-and-ireland/view/project/759393/the-unidentifiablesNominations accepted - here please
Unidentifed since 2015. Is it unidentifiable? .And a similar one from 2014.And one from 2013
Here's another - please add comments so that the poster KNOWS we are interested
try this one. a small portion of a plant: but which one??
After three years and over a hundred views, are the jelly bulbs unidentifiable?Answer: No! Derek has identified them.
What happened to the sawdust?
Another contender, an embryo or a seed?
Who in the Plant World recognises this as a seed case?
Col Mustard with a petal in the conservatory.
Merci - très drôle - I laughed at this which I doesn't often happen on iSpot.
Anyone able to identify this? Do read the comments first.
I came across this ‘Caddisfly egg cluster’ observation in the Unidentified Fungi and Lichens Project. It has an interesting comment trail but doesn’t have a Likely Banner. I asked Stephen (Bluebirdreseach) to look at the observation and he isn’t convinced that it’s the work of a Caddisfly. Can anyone suggest an ID or is it Unidentifiable?
I am finding a lot of gorgeous and interesting Observations lately, mostly in my pretty waring Unidentified's Projects - I have three.I come across a lot of posts made by the really good guys, who post-up interesting stuff, which get's IGNORED (apparently) and then FORGOTTEN.Here's one (I hope JB doesn't mind)
Sorry, the above was meant to be in Another “unidentified” post
THIS, Found in my Fungi Project, is meant to be here https://www.ispotnature.org/communities/uk-and-ireland/view/observation/690941/strage-starfish-like-growth
Miked’s observation of Crusts on Clover from 2012 is still unidentified. Is it unidentifiable?
Did you see the follow-up?: