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Cistern Project (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon 3/12/2008)
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Cistern Project DedicationBlue Cistern Dedication March 12, 2008 (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon 3/12/2008)
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Working hard to decompose old wood.Sulphur Shelve located just outside lower gate. Helping to decompose old wood. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein Phase III A48)
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Monarch caterpillar on Swan Plant (Asclepius fruticosa)One of nine Monarch caterpillars on my Swan Plant (Asclepius fruticosa). This milkweed keeps its leaves throughout the year. (Photo Credit: Derbeh Vance - C32)
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Garden Cat and Hairy VetchGarden Cat having a private moment in Plot G16 (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 3/15/2013)
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Garden Cat and Hairy VetchGarden Cat having a private moment in Plot G16 (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 3/15/2013)
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Monarch CaterpillarsMonarch caterpillars on the Milkweed plants near the shredding pile (Photo Credit: Carrie Manaugh)
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Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly CaterpillarCloudless Sulphur caterpillar feeding on cassia leaves. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon - photo taken 11/07/2012)
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Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly CaterpillarAn effort was made to install plants in the Native Garden area to support butterflies. The cassia bushes were one of the varieties planted. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon - photo taken 11/07/2012)
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Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly CaterpillarCloudless Sulphur butterfly caterpillar (Phoebis sennae) feeding on cassia bushes in the Native Garden area (north side of OVF main drive) (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon - photo taken 11/07/2012)
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Tomato Hornworm (Manduca quinquemaculata)The tomato hornworm is the caterpillar of the Five-Spotted Hawkmoth (Manduca quinquemaculata). Very hard to see in the foliage. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 8/6/2011)
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Mar Vista Elementary SchoolOVF member Reyam Wells talks to the 3rd grade Mar Vista Elementary School students during a tour at OVF (Photo Credit: Frank Harris)
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