Honckenya peploides
Family: Carophyllaceae (Campion)
Genus: Honckenya
Species: H. peploides
Common Name:  Sea Sandwort
Location: NT653786
Habitat: Found growing by the seaside, this plant is a halophile and can grow in high salt concentrations in stable sand,puts out little white flowers from May to August. Specimen found growing next to Salicornea europea, Chenopodium rubrum & Artemisia maritima.
Determiner: Dr Richard Milne
Authority: (L.) Ehrh.

anonymous asked:

I love your blog title! I'm assuming it is referring to pretty. odd. by panic, but I would totally respect you way more if you were referring to some of the cut lyrics to devyn. 's hit song "halophile" .... specifically "welcome to the sound of your lungs giving out"? Personally I worship devyn. and I totally ship Kevyn! They are honestly my hOeTP. I heard this rumor that devyn and Josh Dunn have a thing but idk, did u hear the rumor about her banging a bayou fish? The devyn. fandom is insane!

Wow you are totally right, I’m like devyn.’s #1 fan of course I was referring to that lyric what even is pretty odd????

This Lake Looks Like a Giant Strawberry Milkshake

This Lake Looks Like a Giant Strawberry Milkshake

Lake Retba or Lac Rose lies north of the Cap Vert peninsula of Senegal, north east of Dakar. Depending on the time of day, the lake changes colour from a light purple to a deep scarlet pink. The unusual colouring of the water is caused by harmless halophilic bacteria that thrive in the lake’s high-salinity environment. The color is particularly visible during the dry season.

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