Geodes pictured here include: Cobaltoan Calcite from Souss-Massa- Drâa, Morocco, Crocoite from Tasmania, Australia, Citrine from Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Quartz from Iowa, United States, Sulfur from Mendoza, Bolivia, Malachite from Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of Congo, Fluorite from Durham, England, Celestine from Faritanin’ i Mahajanga, Madagascar, Azurite from Hubei, China, Amethyst from Artigas, Uruguay.
Eggs as rainbow
Eggs pictured include (from center out): Black Copper Marans Chicken, Barnevelder Chicken, Rhode Island Red Chicken, Buff Orpington Chicken, Indian Peafowl, Narragansett Turkey, Button Quail, Pearl Guinea Fowl, Bantam Chicken, Royal Palm Turkey, Chukar Partridge, Greater Rhea, Olive Egger Chicken, Ring-Necked Pheasant, Double-Wattled Cassowary, Easter Egger Chicken, Ameraucana Chicken, Mute Swan, Mallard, Rouen Duck, Indian Runner Duck, Emu, Coturnix Quail, Chilean Bush Tinamou, Cayuga Duck, Pekin Duck, Embden Goose. King Pigeon, Bobwhite Quail, Zebra Finch.
Corn as rainbow
Corn pictured here includes (from top left to bottom right): Strawberry Popcorn, Bloody Butcher, Puka Chullpi & Karu Kay Suni, Strubbe’s Orange, Tom Thumb & Reid’s Yellow Dent, Golden Bantam, Paraguayan Chipa, Country Gentleman, Trucker’s Favorite, Green and Gold Dent, Green Popcorn, Oaxacan Green Dent, Po’suwaegeh Blue, Dakota Black Popcorn, Hopi Greasy Head, Chuspi Puka, Morado Potolero.
Feathers as rainbow
Feathers pictured here include (from top left to bottom right): African Grey Parrot Tail Feathers, Moluccan Cockatoo Crest Feathers, Moluccan Cockatoo Body Feather, Amazon Parrot Wing Feathers, Moluccan Cockatoo Wing Feather, Perfect Lorikeet Wing Feather, Red-Shouldered Macaw Wing Feather, Amazon Parrot Wing Feathers, Blue Quaker Parrot Wing Feathers Green-Winged Macaw Wing Feather Stellar’s Jay Wing Feather, Helmeted Guinea Fowl Body Feather, Red-Tailed Hawk Secondary Wing Feather, Blue Quaker Parrot Body Feathers, Indian Roller Wing Feather, Blue-and-Gold Macaw Wing Feathers, Mallard Wing Feather.
Leaves as rainbow
Leaves pictured here include: Scarlet Oak, Sawtooth Oak, Vernal Witch Hazel, White Oak, American Sweet Gum, Flowering Dogwood, Japanese Maple, Staghorn Sumac, Sugar Maple, Sassafras, Peach-Leaved Willow, Common Bald Cypress, Tulip Tree, Black Oak, Red Oak, Juneberry, Pawpaw, Common Witch Hazel, Ohio Buckeye, Gingko, White Ash, Bur Oak, Black Ash, Swamp White Oak, Chestnut Oak, Hedge Maple, Pin Oak, Saucer Magnolia, Osage Orange, Weeping Willow, European Beech, Balm of Gilead, Washington Hawthorn, Chinquapin Oak, Cornelian Cherry Dogwood, Butternut, Hardy Catalpa, Pecan, Honey Locust, Sycamore, Weeping Mulberry, White Mulberry, White Pine, Concolor Fir, Lacebark Pine, Eastern Red Cedar, Norway Spruce, White Spruce, Colorado Spruce, Chokecherry, White Oak, American Plum.
Shells as rainbow
Shells pictured here include (approximately from top left to bottom right): Pink-Mouth Murex, Rose-Petal Tellin, Japanese Moon Scallop, Noble Scallop, Strawberry Top, American Thorny Oyster, Pear Triton, Lion’s Paw Scallop, Yoka Star Turban, Starry Moon Snail, Lined Moon Snail, Florida Fighting Conch, Florida Horse Conch, Indian Volute, West Indian Prickly Cockle, Periwinkle Snail, Money Cowrie, Great Green Turban, Cone-Shaped Top, Elephant Tusk, Common Turtle Limpet, Giant Heart Cockle, Jingle Shell, Fischer’s Gaza, Lightning Whelk, Variable Abalone, Purple Top Cowrie, Violet Coral Shell, Purple Pacific Drupe, Florida Prickly Cockle, Purple Tiger Cowrie, Northern Quahog, Calico Scallop, Juvenile Northern Quahog, Snake’s Head Cowrie, Honey Cowrie, Chiragra Spider Conch, Beech Cone, Marbled Cone, Lettered Cone.
Succulents as rainbow
Succulents pictured here include: Kiwi Aeonium, Ruby Ball Moon Cactus, Orange Moon Cactus, Yellow Moon Cactus, Golden Sedum, Blue Chalksticks, Burro’s Tail, Aeonium, Sedum, Tiger Tooth Aloe, Crassula, Zebra Cactus, Crosby’s Compact Jade, Little Jewel, Propeller Plant, Jeweled Crown, White Mexican Rose, Echeveria, Weeping Jade, Echeveria “Perle Von Nürnberg”.
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