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What is this block? Is it some development thing? I can't seem to find it. (It's right underneath the jungle plants as you can see)

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Are you useing a texture pack for any chance? –  Ladineko Feb 26 '13 at 8:10
    
@Ladineko yes looks like a texture pack to me, too. –  uncovery Feb 26 '13 at 8:49
    
@uncovery No that's in the vanilla terrain.png. –  SevenSidedDie Feb 26 '13 at 19:20
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Command Block

That block is the Command Block, commonly used for server owners with server commands. It is possible to break with a wood pickaxe. It can't be normally crafted. Currently, it is not available in the creative mode inventory either.

Interface of the Command Block.

Item Frame

The other block is an Item Frame. The Item Frame is craftable with 8 sticks and a leather in the middle. This is what the Item Frame looks like. Multiple Item Frames

This is how you make it.

How to make the Item Frame

[Images from Minecraft Wiki and Minecraft101 (dot) net]

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FYI: minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Command_Block –  Alvin Wong Feb 26 '13 at 8:54
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The left one is the Command Block, which was already mentioned by @Bailey Rowland.

Just writing this for completeness, the right one is the Item Frame. The border of the item frame is the texture of birch wood plank, and the back uses that texture.

In fact, on the Minecraft Wiki there is an image indicating what terrain.png represents:

terrian.png guide

Here you can easily identify them.


Just FYI, the format of texture pack was changed since Minecraft 1.5, so the information is not strictly applicable for Minecraft 1.5 or above.

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You have a good point. –  Bailey Rowland Feb 26 '13 at 9:17
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