"Betel vine. Betel, a species of pepper, a creeping or climbing plant, native of the East Indies." -Vaughan, 1906

Betel Vine

"Betel vine. Betel, a species of pepper, a creeping or climbing plant, native of the East Indies." -Vaughan,…

The Creepers are small climbing birds which live and build their nests in the holes they bore in the trunk or in hollows of trees.

Creeper

The Creepers are small climbing birds which live and build their nests in the holes they bore in the…

The Creepers are small climbing birds which live and build their nests in the holes they bore in the trunk or in hollows of trees.

Creeper

The Creepers are small climbing birds which live and build their nests in the holes they bore in the…

The Creepers are small climbing birds which live and build their nests in the holes they bore in the trunk or in hollows of trees.

Creeper

The Creepers are small climbing birds which live and build their nests in the holes they bore in the…

"Black and White Creeper or Mniotilta varia. Black; edges of feathers of upper parts, coronal, superciliary, and maxillary stripes, tips of greater and median wing-coverts, outer edges of inner secondaries and inner edges of quills and tail-feathers, and spots on inner webs of lateral tail-feathers, white; under parts mostly white with black streaks on sides and crissum; bill and feet black. Similar: less black in proportion to the white, being mostly white below." Elliot Coues, 1884

Black and White Creeper

"Black and White Creeper or Mniotilta varia. Black; edges of feathers of upper parts, coronal, superciliary,…

The Brown Creeper (Mohoua novaeseelandiae), also known by its Māori name, Pipipi, is a small passerine bird endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. They are specialist insectivores, gleaning insects from branches and leaves. They have strong legs and toes for hanging upside down while feeding.

Brown Creeper

The Brown Creeper (Mohoua novaeseelandiae), also known by its Māori name, Pipipi, is a small…

"Creepers are a family of birds which strongly resemble the woodpeckers in their habit of creeping on the stems of trees with the aid of the strong quills which project from the tail-feathers, and of securing their insect food by an exsertile tongue."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Common Creeper

"Creepers are a family of birds which strongly resemble the woodpeckers in their habit of creeping on…

A small, quick moving bird which feeds on insects.

Common European creeper

A small, quick moving bird which feeds on insects.

A ground shrub which when brushed against by a human causes itching.

Poison Ivy

A ground shrub which when brushed against by a human causes itching.

Nuthatches can climb down trees headfirst.

Nuthatch

Nuthatches can climb down trees headfirst.

A South Americandendrocolaptine bird of the genus Xiphorhynchus.

Saberbill

A South Americandendrocolaptine bird of the genus Xiphorhynchus.

The Sedum acre or Goldmoss Stonecrop is a creeping plant native to Europe.

Goldmoss Stonecrop

The Sedum acre or Goldmoss Stonecrop is a creeping plant native to Europe.