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Tender young pad or nopalitos of prickly pear cactus (opuntia) with glossy wax coating and fresh areolas bearing leaf primordia, spines and tufts of glochids (barbed hairs) in TAMU Horticultural Gardens in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, March 31, 2009
Kibbutz Qetura (behind five lines of barbed wire), view from Arava Road 90. The Middle East, March 15, 2001
Bull No. 13 with trimmed horns behind barbed fence on Lynn Street. Richards, Texas, November 1, 2008
Barbed wire surrounding huge restricted access territory of S. I. Vavilov State Optical Institute (attached to Defense Ministry) at an eastern part of Vasilyevsky Island. Saint Petersburg, Russia, April 14, 1999.
A monument to a Soviet academician S. I. Vavilov (a brother of a well-known biologist executed for political reasons) in front of a new building of S. I. Vavilov State Optical Institute. The monument faces barbed wire surrounding the institute at Vasilyevsky Island. Saint Petersburg, Russia, April 14, 1999.
Bunches of barbed wire in Negev Desert in northern Beer-Sheva, west from the road to Tel Aviv (probably around a military installation). The Middle East, April 21, 2000
Tender young pad or nopalitos of prickly pear cactus with glossy wax coating and fresh areolas bearing leaf primordia, spines and tufts of glochids (barbed hairs) in TAMU Horticultural Gardens in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, March 31, 2009
View of Tsur Bahir and Umm Tuba villages behind barbed wire surrounding Ramat Rahel. Jerusalem, the Middle East, September 21, 2000
Sport Center of Ben-Gurion University after a dust storm fortified by barbed wire (for security reasons). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 17, 2000
Cluster of achenes of Bur-marigold (Beggar-ticks, Bidens), with barbed awns, in Sam Houston National Forest, on Little Lake Creek Loop Trail. Richards, Texas, October 4, 2008
Rapidly growing vegetative shoot of prickly pear cactus with glossy wax coating and fresh areolas bearing leaf primordia, spines and tufts of glochids (barbed hairs) in TAMU Horticultural Gardens in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, April 1, 2009

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