In the wild, it’s hard to tell the difference between a butterfly or a cactus, and even harder to distinguish between a plant and a wild tree.
The botanical community is trying to solve the problem, and recently released a botany website.
The site, Botany Bay, aims to help botanists better understand and identify the plant species they see in the forest.
It’s been created by botanist Alex R. Smith, who is based in New York City.
Botany is a field of study that studies plant life in the natural world.
It is a broad field, encompassing the study of plants that are native to Earth, plant life that has been domesticated, and botanical species.
The Botany Lab is a collaborative effort between Smith and fellow botanistic colleagues at the University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History, and University of California, Berkeley.
It has already been downloaded more than 2 million times and is available for free.
Smith says botany is an important part of the biodiversity of Earth, as it is essential to the maintenance of ecosystems and the survival of species.
Botanical gardens are among the largest and most diverse collections of plants on Earth, and are important to the preservation of ecosystems.
A botany lab is an environment in which plant species can be studied in detail and where specimens can be examined for traits such as disease, pest resistance, and nutrient abundance.
The lab provides the most detailed and up-to-date information on a plant species, with access to the full data set for a particular species, and the ability to compare the data with known historical records of the plant’s life history.
It also helps plant scientists understand how the plant evolved and its function in nature.
Botanists often focus on the plants that occur naturally and grow naturally, like the white-eyed eel, the white cedar, or the rose bush.
The vast majority of botanical gardens have been planted by humans, but Smith says there is still a large diversity of plants in use today.
“It’s hard for me to know how to classify them all,” he says.
“What’s more, the plant community is very large.
The entire world is full of plant species.
And the diversity of these species is so great that there is no single genus that everyone recognizes.”
Botany has long been used in botanical research because it helps to determine the diversity and function of a species and the relationships among them.
But it can be difficult to distinguish the species you see on a map from the plants you see in nature, Smith says.
So Botany’s aim is to make botany accessible for the public, and to allow botanistics to better understand the plant communities in the world.
“The botanical world is in a state of flux,” he explains.
“People are coming to understand how many species there are, but they have no idea of how many different species there might be.
And when they come to Botany, they’re looking for a quick and easy way to classify the plants they’re interested in.”
Smith says his lab aims to be the most accessible and interactive place for botanics to explore the diversity in botany.
It will provide an online database of over 1,000 species, allowing people to identify them easily and quickly.
“We have a system where you can create a botanical garden, and then you can take your botanical data, and you can send it to us, and we’ll give you a list of all the plants on that list,” Smith explains.
The data includes: The names of the plants The number of specimens on each species The age of each plant (days, months, years, or other historical period) The geographical location of each species, along with the species’ habitat and habitat type