fly on a leaf with sunlight and flower at side


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fly on a leaf with sunlight and flower at side.

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This vector contains the following main colors: Madras,Costa Del Sol,Olive Drab,Gurkha,Sycamore


    Nature Leaf Wings Fly Insect Closeup Buzz Resting Madras Costa Del Sol Olive Drab Gurkha Sycamore

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Nature wiki:
>For alternative meanings, see nature (disambiguation). Nature (also called the material world, the material universe, the natural world, and the natural universe) is all matter and energy, especially in its essential form. Nature is the subject of scientific study, and the history of the concept is linked to the history of science. The English word derives from a Latin term, natura, which was in turn a translation of a Greek term, physis (φύσις). Natura is related to the Latin words relating to "birth", while physis relates to Greek words relating to "growth". In scale, "nature" includes everything from the universal to the subatomic. This includes all things animal, plant, and mineral; all natural resources and events (hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes). It also includes the behaviour of living animals, and processes associated with inanimate objects - the "way" that things change. See more at

Leaf wiki:
>This article is about the leaf, a plant organ. See Leaf (disambiguation) for other meanings. In botany, a leaf is an above-ground plant organ specialized for photosynthesis. For this purpose, a leaf is typically flat (laminar) and thin, to expose the chloroplast containing cells (chlorenchyma tissue) to light over a broad area, and to allow light to penetrate fully into the tissues. Leaves are also the sites in most plants where respiration, transpiration, and guttation take place. Leaves can store food and water, and are modified in some plants for other purposes. The comparable structures of ferns are correctly referred to as fronds. See more at

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