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What are these small, round, red berries covered with bumps, on low-growing plants in Upstate New York?

This is a plant Cinquefoil. Family of the strawberry.
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Is this Molinia litoralis or any other Molinia?

If you mean the plant with the pinkish seedheads in the center of the photo, then no, I don't think so. Molina tends to have long stems and is considered a "see-through" plant. Very elegant, ...
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Can anyone identify this chrysalis, egg sack, or whatever it is?

It is an egg sack from a Praying Mantis.
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Identify Plant from Sardinia

I think it is most likely to be Carpobrotus edulis - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpobrotus_edulis It is an invasive species in Sardinia and very common in places. There are efforts underway to ...
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Tree Identification - Rio de Janeiro

It’s definitely Terminalia cattapa, or, as we say in Brazil “amendoeira”
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Identify Plant from Sardinia

By the look of it it does looks like string of bananas Curio radicans or Curio hallianus More information on Wikipedia stub Wikipedia stub on Curio hallianus On care and more images for String of ...
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What is this strange tree?

Apricots. The thorns are spikes as evolutionary features. If the leaves don't resemble like an Apricot I'm sure that it'll be some plant in Ziziphus family. More probably a Jujube or Indian ber. ...
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Can you help identify this evergreen shrub?

After further research it appears that it might be Nellie Stevens Holly https://www.plantingtree.com/products/nellie-stevens-holly
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What could these gelatinous deposits on organic Brussels sprouts be?

Looks like honeydew to me. Apparently, the farm of your Brussels sprout provider was infested by aphids. They literally shit 'sweet' honeydew. Read more here: Honeydew (secretion)/ Wikipedia
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I’ve seen several types that look similar. What type of aloe am I?

I think your plant is an aloe relative with the common name of Haworthia. The genus Haworthia has been split in recent years into Haworthia, Haworthiopsis and Tulista. Your plant resembles ...
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What plant is it? Why its leaves look weak now than the first time I bought it?

That is an Equisetum of some kind, possibly E. hyemale. Equisetums are a very ancient genus of green plants that reproduce by spores rather than by flowers, and are commonly found in moist ...
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