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Hierba Pegajosa de Bigotes Rojos (Polanisia dodecandra)

Fecha

Febrero 2023

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Autor

connlindajo

Fecha

Marzo 25, 2022 02:37 PM CDT

Descripción

For my ECR TMN "Let's Get Outside Activity!" for the week, I visited the Jones Prairie area in north Milam County on a warm sunny afternoon. Made a stop at the Little River Baptist Church Cemetery.

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jimbrighton

Fecha

Diciembre 30, 2021 04:37 PM EST

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Pelotazo (Abutilon trisulcatum)

Autor

jokurtz

Fecha

Diciembre 8, 2022 10:06 AM CST

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Girasoles (Género Helianthus)

Autor

syfie

Fecha

Julio 21, 2022 03:15 PM CDT

Descripción

Found roadside in sandy soil, disturbed habitat. Full sun, no additional irrigation.

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Coma (Sideroxylon celastrinum)

Autor

codylimber

Fecha

Diciembre 31, 2022 07:29 AM CST

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Verdolagas (Género Portulaca)

Autor

annamarie6

Fecha

Julio 23, 2021 09:32 AM UTC

Descripción

A bird gifted this to me. Seek came up with this id, don't know if it's correct.

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Amor de Un Día (Portulaca grandiflora)

Fecha

Julio 5, 2021 01:12 PM UTC

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Chocha (Yucca treculiana)

Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Diciembre 28, 2022 01:24 PM CST

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Abrojo (Tribulus terrestris)

Fecha

Agosto 4, 2022

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Amapola (Abutilon malacum)

Autor

lovelace_s

Fecha

Diciembre 20, 2022 12:00 PM CST

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cyndie42

Fecha

Diciembre 16, 2022 01:00 PM CST

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Fecha

Diciembre 9, 2022 02:45 PM CST

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Taparrabo (Malvastrum americanum)

Fecha

Diciembre 9, 2022 02:38 PM CST

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Amapola (Abutilon malacum)

Autor

joshua_tx

Fecha

Octubre 15, 2022 05:35 PM CDT

Descripción

Big Bend National Park, Upper Burro Mesa Pouroff Trail

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Colotahue (Abutilon abutiloides)

Autor

joshua_tx

Fecha

Septiembre 18, 2022 05:31 PM CDT

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Pelotazo (Abutilon fruticosum)

Autor

kfenton

Fecha

Diciembre 6, 2022 08:23 AM CST

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Malvas (Género Allowissadula)

Autor

jsolana

Fecha

Agosto 4, 2022 09:47 AM CDT

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Pelotazo (Abutilon trisulcatum)

Autor

manny62

Fecha

Diciembre 4, 2022 10:14 AM CST

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franpfer

Fecha

Noviembre 25, 2022 12:15 PM CST

Descripción

probably not, but trying.

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Albahaquilla (Chromolaena odorata)

Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 13, 2022 12:54 PM CDT

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Pelotazo (Abutilon trisulcatum)

Autor

cue4nature

Fecha

Noviembre 22, 2022 02:48 PM CST

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Autor

pufferchung

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Malvas Índicas (Género Abutilon)

Autor

cue4nature

Fecha

Noviembre 14, 2022 11:38 AM CST

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bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 13, 2022 09:13 AM CDT

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Pelotazo (Abutilon fruticosum)

Autor

andygo1

Fecha

Noviembre 13, 2022 10:07 AM CST

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Fecha

Octubre 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Texas Butterfly Festival

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joeysantore

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Fecha

Octubre 27, 2022 11:49 AM CDT

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codystricker

Fecha

Octubre 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Cola de Alacrán (Heliotropium indicum)

Fecha

Octubre 15, 2022 05:05 PM CDT

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Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 16, 2022 11:32 AM CDT

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Espino (Senegalia berlandieri)

Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 13, 2022 09:29 AM CDT

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Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 13, 2022 12:48 PM CDT

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Autor

yanez2001

Fecha

Octubre 7, 2022 05:46 PM CDT

Descripción

Ranch
Sandy loam soil with heavy rock

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Cola de Alacrán (Euploca procumbens)

Autor

awblair

Fecha

Octubre 5, 2022 10:16 AM CDT

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caseyp

Fecha

Noviembre 21, 2020 12:55 PM CST

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vriesea

Fecha

Septiembre 4, 2022 12:42 PM CDT

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Toloache Sagrado (Datura wrightii)

Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 1, 2022 09:05 AM CDT

Descripción

P2, T13

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Colotahue (Abutilon abutiloides)

Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Septiembre 11, 2022 10:14 PM CDT

Descripción

vacant lot

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Autor

raunl

Fecha

Agosto 25, 2022 02:43 PM CDT

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Autor

standrezek

Fecha

Septiembre 10, 2022 07:57 AM CDT

Descripción

Extremely pubescent, many leaves with 6 pairs of pinnae, about 17 pairs of leaflets per pinna linear stipules Orbicular nectary at first pinnae pair

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friscotx78

Fecha

Julio 29, 2021 10:24 AM CDT

Descripción

Montezuma Quail Trail - Davis Mountains State Park

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Retamas Y Sen de Campo (Género Senna)

Autor

aandmg

Fecha

Abril 9, 2022 12:03 PM CDT

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suz

Fecha

Septiembre 5, 2022 06:53 PM CDT

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austinrkelly

Fecha

Abril 17, 2021 12:31 PM CDT

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abr

Fecha

Octubre 22, 2020 04:30 PM PDT

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Pera (Solanum elaeagnifolium)

Autor

sls0407

Fecha

Septiembre 3, 2022 10:18 AM CDT

Descripción

Pretty flower. Lots of small thorns on the stems that are not easily noticed until you touch them!

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Amapolilla (Argemone mexicana)

Autor

joshua_tx

Fecha

Abril 15, 2022 03:40 PM CDT

Descripción

National Butterfly Center

Argemone aenea (Golden Pricklypoppy):
Usually larger flowers with translucent lemonade-yellow petals that are usually held more erect (flowers appear more "cupped")
More numerous reddish filaments in the center of the flower

Argemone mexicana (Mexican Pricklypoppy):
Usually smaller flowers with opaque bold-yellow petals that are usually held less erect (flowers appear more like a shallow bowl)
Less numerous yellow filaments in the center of the flower

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Autor

joshua_tx

Fecha

Mayo 6, 2022 05:10 PM CDT

Descripción

Eisenhower Park.

Would you like to learn how to reliably distinguish between the three most common shrubby Mimosa species in Texas? Use the guidelines below.

M. borealis (Pink Mimosa/Fragrant Mimosa):
Mature plant usually 2 to 4 feet in height, rarely taller
Single straight or slightly recurved prickles occurring randomly along the stems
Branches are straight from leaf node to leaf node
Growth habit largely erect
Bark usually light gray or straw-colored
Typically 1 to 3 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 3 to 7 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences pink
Individual tiny flowers have separate petals (requires magnification)
Seedpods have an elongated stalk and are usually unarmed

M. texana (Texas Mimosa):
Mature plant usually at least 4 feet in height (unless growing in harsh rocky conditions), often becoming 6 to 8 feet in height with age
Single recurved prickles occurring below leaf nodes
Branches have a zigzag habit from leaf node to leaf node
Pronounced lateral growth habit; arching stems
Bark usually dark reddish brown in color
Typically 1 to 5 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 3 to 9 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences can range from pink to white
Individual tiny flowers have united petals (requires magnification)
Seedpods lack an elongated stalk and are armed along the margins
Seedpods mostly nearly straight and fairly broad, with only minor constrictions between each seed.

M. aculeaticarpa (Catclaw Mimosa):
Mature plant comparable in size to M. texana
Paired recurved prickles located at leaf nodes (rarely prickles borne singly immediately below leaf nodes)
Branches have a zigzag habit from leaf node to leaf node
Pronounced lateral growth habit; arching stems
Bark usually reddish brown in color
Typically 3 to 9 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 8 to 17 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences white
Seedpods lack an elongated stalk and are armed along the margins
Seedpods narrow and curved, with significant constrictions between each seed.

An aside: Virtually all of the plants sold at native plant nurseries in Texas as "Mimosa borealis/Pink Mimosa/Fragrant Mimosa" are actually Mimosa texana. Yes, even your favorite/most trusted plant nursery, it's a nearly universal case of mistaken identity.

Distinguishing M. borealis from M. texana:
https://www.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/digflora/mimosa/mimosa-dif.html

Distinguishing M. aculeaticarpa from M. texana:
https://w3.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/DigFlora/Mimosa/M_biuncif.html

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Autor

joshua_tx

Fecha

Julio 20, 2022 02:12 PM CDT

Descripción

Windmill Run Park

Would you like to learn how to reliably distinguish between the three most common shrubby Mimosa species in Texas? Use the guidelines below.

M. borealis (Pink Mimosa/Fragrant Mimosa):
Mature plant usually 2 to 4 feet in height, rarely taller
Single straight or slightly recurved prickles occurring randomly along the stems
Branches are straight from leaf node to leaf node
Growth habit largely erect
Bark usually light gray or straw-colored
Typically 1 to 3 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 3 to 7 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences pink
Individual tiny flowers have separate petals (requires magnification)
Seedpods have an elongated stalk and are usually unarmed

M. texana (Texas Mimosa):
Mature plant usually at least 4 feet in height (unless growing in harsh rocky conditions), often becoming 6 to 8 feet in height with age
Single recurved prickles occurring below leaf nodes
Branches have a zigzag habit from leaf node to leaf node
Pronounced lateral growth habit; arching stems
Bark usually dark reddish brown in color
Typically 1 to 5 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 3 to 9 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences can range from pink to white
Individual tiny flowers have united petals (requires magnification)
Seedpods lack an elongated stalk and are armed along the margins
Seedpods mostly nearly straight and fairly broad, with only minor constrictions between each seed.

M. aculeaticarpa (Catclaw Mimosa):
Mature plant comparable in size to M. texana
Paired recurved prickles located at leaf nodes (rarely prickles borne singly immediately below leaf nodes)
Branches have a zigzag habit from leaf node to leaf node
Pronounced lateral growth habit; arching stems
Bark usually reddish brown in color
Typically 3 to 9 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 8 to 17 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences white
Seedpods lack an elongated stalk and are armed along the margins
Seedpods narrow and curved, with significant constrictions between each seed.

An aside: Virtually all of the plants sold at native plant nurseries in Texas as "Mimosa borealis/Pink Mimosa/Fragrant Mimosa" are actually Mimosa texana. Yes, even your favorite/most trusted plant nursery, it's a nearly universal case of mistaken identity.

Distinguishing M. borealis from M. texana:
https://www.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/digflora/mimosa/mimosa-dif.html

Distinguishing M. aculeaticarpa from M. texana:
https://w3.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/DigFlora/Mimosa/M_biuncif.html

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Uña de Gato (Mimosa texana)

Autor

joshua_tx

Fecha

Julio 31, 2022 08:58 PM CDT

Descripción

Would you like to learn how to reliably distinguish between the three most common shrubby Mimosa species in Texas? Use the guidelines below.

M. borealis (Pink Mimosa/Fragrant Mimosa):
Mature plant usually 2 to 4 feet in height, rarely taller
Single straight or slightly recurved prickles occurring randomly along the stems
Branches are straight from leaf node to leaf node
Growth habit largely erect
Bark usually light gray or straw-colored
Typically 1 to 3 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 3 to 7 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences pink
Individual tiny flowers have separate petals (requires magnification)
Seedpods have an elongated stalk and are usually unarmed

M. texana (Texas Mimosa):
Mature plant usually at least 4 feet in height (unless growing in harsh rocky conditions), often becoming 6 to 8 feet in height with age
Single recurved prickles occurring below leaf nodes
Branches have a zigzag habit from leaf node to leaf node
Pronounced lateral growth habit; arching stems
Bark usually dark reddish brown in color
Typically 1 to 5 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 3 to 9 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences can range from pink to white
Individual tiny flowers have united petals (requires magnification)
Seedpods lack an elongated stalk and are armed along the margins
Seedpods mostly nearly straight and fairly broad, with only minor constrictions between each seed.

M. aculeaticarpa (Catclaw Mimosa):
Mature plant comparable in size to M. texana
Paired recurved prickles located at leaf nodes (rarely prickles borne singly immediately below leaf nodes)
Branches have a zigzag habit from leaf node to leaf node
Pronounced lateral growth habit; arching stems
Bark usually reddish brown in color
Typically 3 to 9 pairs of pinnae per leaf with 8 to 17 pairs of leaflets per pinna
Inflorescences white
Seedpods lack an elongated stalk and are armed along the margins
Seedpods narrow and curved, with significant constrictions between each seed.

An aside: Virtually all of the plants sold at native plant nurseries in Texas as "Mimosa borealis/Pink Mimosa/Fragrant Mimosa" are actually Mimosa texana. Yes, even your favorite/most trusted plant nursery, it's a nearly universal case of mistaken identity.

Distinguishing M. borealis from M. texana:
https://www.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/digflora/mimosa/mimosa-dif.html

Distinguishing M. aculeaticarpa from M. texana:
https://w3.biosci.utexas.edu/prc/DigFlora/Mimosa/M_biuncif.html

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Lirios de Lluvia (Género Zephyranthes)

Autor

kvotx

Fecha

Agosto 26, 2022 08:19 AM CDT

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Fecha

Agosto 25, 2022 08:10 PM CDT

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Autor

jbecky

Fecha

Agosto 28, 2020 07:29 PM CDT

Descripción

This buckwheat family plant is about 4 feet tall with red, sparsely-branching stems. "Flowers" are pale pink, tiny, in a tight spike at the tips of main stems and branches. The leaves have a membraneous sheath (an ochrea) around the stem at their base. Leaves are lanceolate with wavy margins; up to several inches long at the base of the plant. pike at the tips of main stems and branches.

Growing in a disturbed area that gets a lot of water runoff but is currently dry..

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Chaparro Prieto (Vachellia rigidula)

Autor

yanez2001

Fecha

Agosto 19, 2022 05:21 PM CDT

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Maracuyá (Passiflora ciliata)

Fecha

Diciembre 26, 2021 05:00 AM UTC

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Autor

yanez2001

Fecha

Junio 30, 2022 06:15 PM CDT

Descripción

Not too sure if this is huisache or huisachillo, the petiolar gland looks too low to be huisachillo. @joshua_tx

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Huizache Chino (Vachellia schaffneri)

Autor

cyndie42

Fecha

Agosto 15, 2022 09:05 AM CDT

Descripción

Single thorn

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Autor

awblair

Fecha

Agosto 11, 2022 09:20 AM CDT

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zorukora

Fecha

Mayo 9, 2022 08:14 PM CDT

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Coma (Sideroxylon celastrinum)

Autor

garyfest

Fecha

Junio 7, 2022 11:09 AM CDT

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Autor

awblair

Fecha

Julio 26, 2022 10:57 AM CDT

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Autor

awblair

Fecha

Julio 24, 2022 02:36 PM CDT

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Maracuyá Silvestre (Passiflora foetida)

Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Octubre 29, 2021 12:23 PM CDT

Descripción

Leon Creek Greenway Marquis Trailhead Area

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Maracuyá Silvestre (Passiflora foetida)

Autor

codystricker

Fecha

Julio 13, 2021 08:22 AM CDT

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Maracuyá Silvestre (Passiflora foetida)

Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Septiembre 6, 2020 08:20 AM CDT

Descripción

Leon Creek Upper Trail

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Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Julio 28, 2022 07:10 AM CDT

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Maracuyá (Passiflora ciliata)

Fecha

Agosto 2021

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Maracuyá (Passiflora ciliata)

Autor

sambiology

Fecha

Septiembre 30, 2019 01:38 PM CDT

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Maracuyá (Passiflora ciliata)

Autor

jugbayjs

Fecha

Diciembre 6, 2021 04:31 PM EST

Descripción

Fresh stems are thin and covered with tiny hairs, older stems turn woody. Leaves are 3-lobed and some are a little hairy. Fruit is red and globose; red is within normal color range for this species (there are many images of this species with red fruit in iNaturlaist).

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Maracuyá (Passiflora ciliata)

Autor

jeffreid1

Fecha

Julio 3, 2022 04:52 PM CDT

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Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Octubre 1, 2020 09:45 AM CDT

Descripción

Salado Creek North 1604 Medicine Wall area -
@megachile
something on an Agarita (Berberis trifoliolata)

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Autor

aguilita

Fecha

Julio 16, 2022

Descripción

Stiff-hair Sunflower (Helianthus hirsutus)

16 July 2022
Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center
Denton, Denton County, Texas

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Malvas Índicas (Género Abutilon)

Autor

perlybee

Fecha

Abril 2018

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Flor de la Pasión Híbrida (Passiflora incarnata × cincinnata)

Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Junio 30, 2022 07:06 AM CDT

Descripción

volunteer by community swimming pool, perhaps seeded by birds

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Flor de la Pasión Híbrida (Passiflora incarnata × cincinnata)

Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Junio 25, 2022 09:26 PM CDT

Descripción

utility easement

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Qué

Panalero (Forestiera angustifolia)

Autor

yanez2001

Fecha

Junio 14, 2022 05:06 PM CDT

Descripción

Sandy loam soil with heavy rock.

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Autor

aguilita

Fecha

Junio 26, 2022

Descripción

Stiff-hair Sunflower (Helianthus hirsutus)

26 June 2022
Lake Park
Lewisville, Denton County, Texas

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Almendrillo (Distimake dissectus)

Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Junio 20, 2022 10:40 PM CDT

Descripción

vacant lot

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Palo Blanco (Celtis reticulata)

Autor

ronstephens

Fecha

Junio 16, 2022

Descripción

utility easement - leaves smooth, flexible

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Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 16, 2021 10:31 AM CDT

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Campanillas o Correhuelas (Género Convolvulus)

Autor

drfred56

Fecha

Abril 5, 2021 11:12 AM CDT

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Qué

Heliotropo (Heliotropium europaeum)

Autor

tonzetich

Fecha

Junio 13, 2022 09:42 AM CDT

Descripción

2022 North San Antonio Butterfly Count

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Almendrillo (Distimake dissectus)

Autor

cecilbob

Fecha

Mayo 25, 2022 05:42 PM CDT

Descripción

What is this? Growing on a vine on a fence in floresville, Texas.

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Autor

sambiology

Fecha

Julio 7, 2021 07:00 PM CDT

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Zumaque (Rhus trilobata)

Autor

standrezek

Fecha

Mayo 24, 2022 07:58 AM CDT

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Autor

awblair

Fecha

Junio 2, 2022 10:00 AM CDT

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Campanilla Herida (Convolvulus equitans)

Autor

aprilthom

Fecha

Octubre 9, 2020 09:06 AM HST

Fotos / Sonidos

Fecha

Abril 29, 2022 01:40 PM CDT

Descripción

This single tiny plant is growing among several tiny mesquite volunteer plants, so hard to tell apart.

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Fecha

Abril 29, 2022 03:46 PM CDT

Descripción

deeply lobed leaves in basal rosette, blue green color. Paltry vegetation, surrounding ground is bare. 2nd photo shows only sign of bud or fruit, very small spheres growing at center of rosette.

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Autor

jessepearl

Fecha

Octubre 14, 2018 05:44 PM CDT

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Cardo de Almizcle (Carduus nutans)

Autor

ppebs

Fecha

Abril 30, 2022 10:12 AM CDT

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Autor

joyhayes1920

Fecha

Abril 30, 2022 07:13 PM CDT

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Naranjo de Luisiana (Maclura pomifera)

Autor

susanbogle47

Fecha

Mayo 1, 2022 10:39 AM CDT

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Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Abril 4, 2021 12:47 PM CDT

Descripción

Dakota mock vervain (G. bipinnatifida) included in photos for comparison purposes only.

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Autor

bacchusrock

Fecha

Octubre 3, 2021 10:39 AM CDT

Descripción

P2, T13

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Autor

sholekamp

Fecha

Abril 30, 2022 09:27 AM CDT

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Autor

donkirchoff

Fecha

Abril 30, 2022 09:22 AM CDT