Name these!

Someone posted this picture on Facebook; so I gave it a try:

At the right side we find Maple (Acer ssp.), Ash (Fraxinus ssp.), Fir (Abies ssp), Oak (Quercus ssp.) Birch (Betulus ssp.), Buckthorn (Rhamnus ssp.) or similar species.

I need more details (like the continent they’re from and other stuff) to be more precise in naming…. also I think number 5 is something we simply don’t have over here, the leaves are not in proportion for a birch actually. Maybe some unknown Aspen-like poplar (Populus, subgenus populus ssp.)?

At the left side we don’t find only plants, but here is my try: some kind of diatom alga (class Bacillariophyceae) , badly drawn leek (Allium porrum forma cartoonised), the common Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) a weirdly shaped thread alga (possibly Spirogyra ssp., but I’m in need of an expert here) a flatworm (phylum Platyhelminthes) and the cultivated apple (Malus domesticus, which can also be translated as ‘evil tamed’)

Since I’m not that sure of naming all of these correctly, what do you people think? Any specialists out there who can help me?

Bram

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