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kip_lary

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Collected with permission for Hill Country Field Station

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tadeo

Fecha

Septiembre 10, 2017 a las 01:43 TARDE CDT

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Mahonia, Palos Amarillos Y Parientes (Género Berberis)

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kip_lary

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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plateauville

Fecha

Enero 27, 2024 a las 01:23 TARDE CST

Descripción

First Spring wildflower for me. 13 degrees two nights in a row 10 days ago. 8 inches of rain this week. Sunny and warm today, a rollercoaster January, 2024 in Central Texas.

See my detailed discussion from last Spring re differences between T. cuneifolia and T platycarpa:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/150752431

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pfau_tarleton

Fecha

Febrero 23, 2023 a las 03:30 TARDE CST

Descripción

Right of center. T. cuneifolia and T. platycarpa sympatric.

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sambiology

Fecha

Marzo 6, 2019 a las 01:25 TARDE CST

Descripción

I went up to McKinney today to present to the Blackland Prairie Master Naturalists in the evening -- but during the day, I worked in the library. I had a late lunch at this soccer complex which had some nice wildlife habitat on the edge.

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pfau_tarleton

Fecha

Octubre 26, 2019 a las 12:21 TARDE CDT

Descripción

First two pics show two species for comparative purposes.

Specimen on right: Note V-shaped base of flower, less dense branching, longer/narrower petals compared to Amphiachris (left; https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/34926032).

These specimens were growing adjacent to one another in the same soil type (a silty, firm sandy loam).

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ncowey

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Abril 14, 2017 a las 08:26 MAÑANA CDT

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Mirtos de Escudo (Género Scutellaria)

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yarnmaven

Fecha

Junio 7, 2018 a las 01:36 TARDE CDT

Descripción

found growing next to the purple version. i thought it might be the same, like the white and pink versions of bluebonnets i have found. i don’t know what it’s called when they are no typical colors.

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Zacate Silvestre de Canadá (Elymus canadensis)

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atlasmira

Fecha

Enero 2024

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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atlasmira

Fecha

Julio 2023

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Official plant rescue.

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Hierba Mora (Solanum americanum)

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Febrero 7, 2023 a las 12:21 TARDE CST

Descripción

Two individuals along the edge of the wall. They were excellent subjects for practicing photographic composition.

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Malacote (Hydrocotyle ranunculoides)

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andrewkunik

Fecha

Diciembre 26, 2023 a las 05:25 TARDE CST

Descripción

small? just environmental? do i need a flower to ID these always...

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Travis County, Texas. Second cluster of plants found near the other plants (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/194395968).

Location obscured with iNaturalist obscure feature, but true location is obscured as well.

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saltyhiker

Fecha

Mayo 27, 2023 a las 10:54 MAÑANA CDT

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prairie_rambler

Fecha

Octubre 2020

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Little tuft of hairs at the end of the rachilla (apical tuft of hair).
Compare with Bouteloua hirsuta with glabrous rachilla:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/63185339

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Junio 13, 1989

Descripción

This historical set of images needs a bit of context; the 3rd and 4th images show pages of my field journal which describe this "observation." A longer version of the story will be uploaded to a journal post.
Short version: This is the first ever photograph of Texabama Croton (Croton alabamensis var. texensis) on the day I showed the population to graduate student Steve Ginzbarg (U. Texas Botany Dept.; L in photo). I had discovered the shrubs during field work on May 31, 1989. I invited Steve Ginzbarg and John Gee (R in photo) to examine the plants on my next visit to the tract. Steve went on to name the plants as a new variety of Alabama Croton (Sida 15(1):41-52, 1992):
https://www.jstor.org/stable/41967533
At the time, this was a private ranch. The croton became one of the focal plant Species of Concern for the Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan. The tract was later acquired for the Refuge of the same name, primarily for its population of Black-capped Vireos and Golden-cheeked Warblers, but also because this spot (where this photo was taken) is the "Type Locality" for Texabama Croton.

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mutemanifesto

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Diciembre 14, 2023 a las 02:04 TARDE CST

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jeff_back

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Abril 16, 2023 a las 01:18 TARDE CDT

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franpfer

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Octubre 12, 2023 a las 12:14 TARDE CDT

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mcwildlife

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Junio 6, 2023 a las 09:41 MAÑANA CDT

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Noviembre 5, 2023 a las 08:07 MAÑANA CST

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kip_lary

Fecha

Octubre 28, 2023 a las 11:31 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

Seedlings germinated in old flower head

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kimberlietx

Fecha

Octubre 28, 2021 a las 01:24 TARDE CDT

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j-stauffer

Fecha

Abril 17, 2020 a las 05:13 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Econlockhatchee Sandhills Conservation Area

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Mora de Papel (Broussonetia papyrifera)

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Septiembre 26, 2020 a las 11:31 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

Scattered all over the beginning of the trail and parking lot.

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tedleeeubanksjr

Fecha

Mayo 31, 2021 a las 01:33 TARDE UTC

Descripción

According to Gould and Jansen, "some populations of S. hedyotidea in central Texas growing in moist areas (e.g., river banks) display S. texana-like characters, having
larger, membranaceous leaves and little stem pubescence." Since there are no collections of S. texana from Travis County (the closest being Gonzales County), we may have to assume that these Spigelia here are S. hedyotidea until proven otherwise.

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Lombriceras (Género Spigelia)

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plateauville

Fecha

Mayo 11, 2023 a las 04:10 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Only saw this one flowering example of this plant in the woods. May not be Euphorbia, but algorithm gives no definitive identification. Have to start somewhere.

I knew when I photographed it that it was likely to be a tough flower to identify....

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kip_lary

Fecha

Abril 2023

Descripción

Lifer for sure!!!

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Marzo 11, 2023 a las 10:09 MAÑANA CST

Descripción

Yellow sap. 2 Individuals along the road.

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nathantaylor

Fecha

Marzo 31, 2019 a las 02:41 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Leaf ventral side long.

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Soplillo (Triodanis perfoliata)

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kimberlietx

Fecha

Abril 10, 2021 a las 04:44 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Found in a roadside ditch in a parking area leading to a large creek. Leaves looked very rounded. Many in bloom, so collected, but others look less rounded.

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jackie_martinez

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Septiembre 2, 2022 a las 12:56 TARDE CDT

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Marzo 23, 2023 a las 04:43 TARDE CDT

Descripción

At least 2 imposters among the G carolinianum

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plateauville

Fecha

Marzo 4, 2023 a las 02:29 TARDE CST

Descripción

See detailed discussion re differences in leaves of T. cuneifolia vs. T platycarpa as shown here.

Also, I am posting my detailed description of differences in other aspects of these two species, with emphasis on trichomes.

Finally, I am also posting here my data on the comparative height of these two species.

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atlasmira

Fecha

Diciembre 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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sambiology

Fecha

Marzo 2, 2019 a las 12:20 TARDE CST

Descripción

I presented this morning in Duncanville, and I wasn't able to attend the Anemone bioblitz at the cemetery (nor the rescheduled date for the 23rd!), so I did want to jump over there after the presentation to look a bit. What a cool cemetery!

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Diciembre 7, 2021 a las 02:31 TARDE CST

Descripción

I like to get started early (in the Winter) pulling weeds out of my yard. One of the annual weeds that is earliest to germinate is Common Hedge Parsely (HP), a.k.a. Sockbane (illustrated here). Unfortunately, the seedlings are extremely similar to those of the native and desirable Chervil. Every winter, I go through the same routine of looking carefully to remind myself of how to tell apart the seedlings of these two Apiaceae plants. So for you gardeners out there who want to get an early start removing Hedge Parsley while retaining Chervil, here's how I recognize the difference:
-- The seedlings of the two species have a very slightly different "look". This seems to be a combination of two fine details of the new leaves: The number of ultimate divisions of each leaf segment of Chervil are fewer, often just 3, and the ultimate segments often have an obtuse angle behind the short point on each. These ultimate, 3-parted segments can look like miniature Sassafras leaves, if you're familiar with that tree. On HP, the ultimate segments of each leaf division are usually more numerous (often 5) and they typically have an acute tip behind the short point on each.
-- In the earliest, tiniest seedlings (one or two leaves), the narrow cotyledons of Chervil are proportionately longer than those of HP (last photo in this set). They are on very long "petioles" and they reach or exceed the size of the first real leaf or two. By contrast, the narrow cotyledons of HP are shorter and on shorter "petioles"; they are quickly exceeded by the petioles of the first few leaves.
These basic differences are illustrated in this array of images.

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2023 a las 12:37 TARDE CST

Descripción

I had previously uploaded a comparison of the seedlings of two very similar, early Spring members of the carrot family.
Common Hedge Parsley: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/103470306
Hairyfruit Chervil: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/103470307
At present, iNat's Computer Vision has not learned how to distinguish images of the foliage of these two species. As a result, there are hundreds of misidentified observations. Here I compare larger plants of both species, prior to their blooming.

On Common Hedge Parsely, note in particular the more acutely pointed ultimate leaf segments and the short, scratchy, retrorse (downwards-pointing) pubescence on petioles. At the latitude of central Texas, the leaves by this time of year have typically grown larger than those of Chervil.

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Marzo 1984

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Here are some of my original photos of the Travis County Trillium plant. I first discovered the plant on March 22, 1984 (first two images). I came back to measure the plant on March 24 (3rd - 5th images), and over the next few days invited several botanists and friends to view and photograph the plant. The 6th image (3/25/84) shows Dr. Marshall Johnston documenting the plant. The 7th image shows a young and curious Greg Lasley wondering what all the fuss is about.

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rymcdaniel

Fecha

Abril 21, 2017 a las 01:25 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Brushy Creek/Champion Park
4/21/2017
Geranium sp.

I saw a number of these Geraniums around Williamson county in 2017 and unknowingly took shots of them in previous years as well. At first glance they look like G. carolinianum. However, they have 5 purple anthers instead of the 10 yellow anthers of G. carolinianum.

The only Geranium I have found in the literature which has only 5 anthers is G. pusillum. However, other characteristics of this plant, such as the pubescense on the sepals and pedicels and also the petal shape is different from what is described for G. pusillum. In fact the pubescence on these plants is a much better match for G. texanum (minute appressed hairs abaxially on the sepal veins mostly with retrorse appressed hairs on the pedicels), which is what I thought these plants were until I noticed the 5 purple anthers.

As mentioned, I have seen them in various places around Williamson county from out near Camp Tejas in the western part to Brushy Creek and Berry Springs more centrally and also Granger Lake in the east. However, though they appear to be somewhat common in Wilco, I have not been able to find any other Geranium observations in Texas on iNat that seem to match these (though only a small percentage of observations have photos good enough to use). Anyway, I thought I'd tag some of the frequent observers of Wilco plants and the surrounding areas to keep their eye out for this one. If anyone happens to have any other clues what it might be, that would be great, but I'd also like to see if the range is any greater than what I have seen.

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Miltomate (Physalis pubescens)

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kathymcaleese

Fecha

Noviembre 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Several individuals are growing along the trail through the woods near JD Creek in moderately burned areas. Full shade, sandy soil. Associated plants: Tragia ramosa, Phytolacca americana, Smilax smallii, Pinus taeda.

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rymcdaniel

Fecha

Abril 20, 2018 a las 03:52 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Williamson County, Brush Creek Trail
4/20/2018
Chamaesaracha edwardsiana

Occurring in patches and sporadically along this section of the trail. These fit the classic description of C. edwardsiana, including the pedicels having short mostly glandular hairs mixed with simple hairs, the stems being sparsely pubescent with branched hairs, and the leaves being mostly glabrous.

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kcoxau79

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Octubre 6, 2022 a las 09:52 MAÑANA CDT

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atlasmira

Fecha

Agosto 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Maybe?

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jessicashine

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Septiembre 11, 2022 a las 08:37 MAÑANA CDT

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gwaithir

Fecha

Abril 5, 2021 a las 05:40 TARDE CDT

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Enebro de Frutos Azules (Juniperus ashei)

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kathymcaleese

Fecha

Octubre 30, 2021 a las 10:36 MAÑANA CDT

Descripción

The bark is loose and hanging in long strips. 4th photo- with a close look, the little brown pimple-like glands can be seen on the scales near my little finger. 5th photo shows the glands with magnification.

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Enebro de Virginia (Juniperus virginiana)

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kathymcaleese

Fecha

Febrero 3, 2020 a las 10:19 MAÑANA CST

Descripción

@carolyn150 ,@williampines , @kesalp - This is a close up of the little glands that we were looking at with the loupes in the field yesterday. They are oval, lighter green than the rest of the scale and flat, not raised.
Ash juniper, more likely seen west of I-35, has glands that are round, raised like a pimple, and sometimes brown in color.

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ava222

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Agosto 19, 2022 a las 07:17 MAÑANA CDT

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scottholt

Fecha

Junio 11, 2020 a las 07:27 MAÑANA CDT

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Uña de Gato (Mimosa texana)

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Octubre 4, 2014

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jeffmci9

Fecha

Agosto 1, 2022 a las 02:05 TARDE CDT

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Ceibilla (Zanthoxylum clava-herculis)

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suz

Fecha

Marzo 31, 2016

Descripción

Source: http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=ZAHI2.

Note: According to Flora of NC Texas, twigs and leaf rachises densely to sparsely spreading-pubescent (latter extreme is the common form in nc TX); leaflets with shallow, rounded teeth. When I zoom in on the closeup photo of the leaflets, those are the characteristics that I see.

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dogwoman

Fecha

Enero 2, 2018 a las 11:49 MAÑANA CST

Descripción

Very soft leaf compared to an algarita, The second photograph showing the difference between the two species

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Cinco Negritos Tejano (Lantana urticoides)

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gcwarbler

Fecha

Octubre 26, 2017 a las 04:12 TARDE CDT

Descripción

The native Texas Lantana is a common "understory" shrub in the thorn brush of this region. Blooming abundantly in late October and an important nectar plant for many butterflies.
UPDATE: Added a 4th image to show the spatulate bractlets under the flowers/fruits.

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mattgeo1990

Fecha

Abril 7, 2018 a las 04:42 TARDE CDT

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Polillas de la Ropa (Familia Tineidae)

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lendebeer

Fecha

Diciembre 30, 2013 a las 11:48 TARDE EAT

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sambiology

Fecha

Enero 23, 2020 a las 01:23 TARDE CST

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tylercannon

Fecha

Mayo 19, 2019 a las 09:32 MAÑANA UTC

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Noviembre 19, 2020 a las 04:49 TARDE CST

Descripción

The beautyberries have died back quite a lot...

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Mayo 30, 2022 a las 04:23 TARDE CDT

Descripción

This one was fruiting... samara shown in photo #3. Leaves were well out of my reach.

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Mayo 30, 2022 a las 06:09 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Noting invasives down for later use.

Bad—no, very bad. This one mature enough to be fruiting... and all those fruits will cause a lot of trouble. In the case of an invasive removal project, this one is going out first.

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rymcdaniel

Fecha

Junio 29, 2019 a las 06:37 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Williamson County, Texas; Granger Lake
6/29/2019
Centaurium tenuiflorum

Occasional patches on trail.

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rymcdaniel

Fecha

Mayo 21, 2022 a las 02:37 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Travis county, Texas; Austin, Decker Tallgrass Prairie Bioblitz
5/21/2022
Zeltnera texensis

Common in some of the shorter grassy areas. This specimen was one of the taller ones I saw on the day, actually exhibiting a fair amount of unbranched stem basally, unlike many specimens of this species.

The technical way of differentiating Zeltneras from Centauriums is by the shape and amount of separation of the stigma lobes. These details are unfortunately difficult to photograph, especially on Zeltneras where they are typically smaller. These were taken with a 100mm macro at 1:1 and cropped 50%. I actually couldn't tell if they were in focus when taking the photographs. Many were not.

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atlasmira

Fecha

Mayo 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Cedar Park, tx

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plateauville

Fecha

Mayo 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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plateauville

Fecha

Mayo 10, 2022 a las 10:47 MAÑANA CDT

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bacchusrock

Fecha

Mayo 5, 2022 a las 12:37 TARDE CDT

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bacchusrock

Fecha

Abril 4, 2021 a las 12:47 TARDE CDT

Descripción

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

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atlasmira

Fecha

Mayo 2022

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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kathymcaleese

Fecha

Mayo 3, 2022 a las 02:56 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Pore near the apex of the capsule, seeds ca. 0.5 mm, biconvex, smooth and polished. Most nodes include a cleistogamous flower. Final photo is a comparison of T. texana seeds on the left (small, dark, quadrangular, with reticulate, rough surface) and T. biflora seeds on the right.

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Tomatillo (Physalis cinerascens)

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rymcdaniel

Fecha

Septiembre 24, 2018 a las 04:11 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Williamson County, Tx; Berry Springs Park
9/24/2018
Physalis cinerascens

Always difficult from the literature to really distinguish P. cinerascens from P. mollis, but on most of this plant (with the exception of the calyx) the hairs are not obscuring the surface, so going with P. cinerascens.

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arnanthescout

Fecha

Abril 5, 2022 a las 05:15 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Same population as this observation in January. I collected a few dried fruit capsules, might look at the seeds.

Pore at apex of the capsule.

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plateauville

Fecha

Abril 11, 2022 a las 06:20 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Only about 5-6 species this could be based on location.

Diagnostic or useful features to ID as E. modestus include: scale-like phyllaries with many fine hairs that stick out; strigose stem that is reddish proximally; withered basal leaves during flowering; leaves gradually reduced distally, very strigose distally; lower leaves toothed near ends; ray and disc florets match description in literature re number and color; plant is growing next to rocky driveway (species likes gravelly sites).

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Lino (Linum berlandieri)

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Marzo 22, 2021 a las 12:08 TARDE CDT

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pintobeans

Fecha

Abril 19, 2022 a las 10:09 MAÑANA CDT

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rymcdaniel

Fecha

Julio 18, 2019 a las 03:54 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Medina County, Texas; Hill Country State Natural area
7/18/2019
Zeltnera texensis

Localized mainly to the early rocky portions of the Medina loop, at least on this trail. This population just barely sneaks into the northern portion of Medina county. Petals typically 6-7x2mm. Corolla tube typically about 7mm with calyx just shorter around 6.5mm. Coiled anther sacs to abt 1mm. Plants typically 12-14cm tall.

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Zarzaparrillas (Género Smilax)

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stevengtx

Fecha

Octubre 15, 2016 a las 09:48 MAÑANA CDT

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Zarzaparrilla (Smilax bona-nox)

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mntrenta

Fecha

Abril 28, 2019 a las 10:56 MAÑANA CDT

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Zarzaparrilla (Smilax bona-nox)

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jaclyn_nicole

Fecha

Diciembre 10, 2017 a las 05:04 TARDE CST

Descripción

Long vine that holds tightly to other plants. Has small thorns spread out along the stem.

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kimberlietx

Fecha

Febrero 20, 2019 a las 12:47 TARDE CST

Descripción

New location. Medlin Cemetery

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Violetas (Género Viola)

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calebhelsel

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2021 a las 09:33 MAÑANA CDT

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ellen5

Fecha

Mayo 2019

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

leaves ascend part way up the stem, not all basal as in T. scaposa

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jbryant

Fecha

Mayo 14, 1983

Descripción

Image scanned from 35mm Ektachrome slide.

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launi

Fecha

Marzo 12, 2021 a las 11:57 MAÑANA CST

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itmndeborah

Fecha

Marzo 22, 2019 a las 11:24 MAÑANA CDT

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mossman2000

Fecha

Junio 28, 2017 a las 06:56 TARDE CDT

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mattgeo1990

Fecha

Junio 10, 2018 a las 10:41 MAÑANA CDT

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bacchusrock

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Mayo 14, 2021 a las 12:37 TARDE CDT

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Humano (Homo sapiens)

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connlindajo

Fecha

Enero 1, 2022 a las 12:57 TARDE CST

Descripción

Met fellow iNaturalist @ubowernat who led the NPSOT Winter Tree Walk on New Year's Day 2022.at Old Settler's Park. Great day for joining fellow naturalists outdoors and learning new things. 2nd photo shows Gary demonstrating to the group of NPSOT, TMN and iNaturalists how the limbs of a Southern Live Oak grow.

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apcorboy

Fecha

Junio 11, 2019 a las 10:43 MAÑANA CDT

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Amole (Ipomoea triloba)

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gs5

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2021 a las 11:06 MAÑANA IST

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Campanilla Púrpura (Ipomoea cordatotriloba)

Observ.

arnanthescout

Fecha

Septiembre 25, 2021 a las 01:55 TARDE CDT

Descripción

This one was a lot neater and easier to take photos from than the first observation. Once again the flowers were all quite small enough for me to suspect this species, although I'm no expert on the morning glories.

Edit: Tracking nearby observations at Berry Springs Park and Preserve for similar plants/identifications.

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/63238166 2020
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/96151549 2021 - Second observation I made on same day.

Herbarium specimens of I. triloba at GBIF

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Cebolla de Monte (Zephyranthes chlorosolen)

Observ.

jbecky

Fecha

Septiembre 14, 2020 a las 07:28 TARDE CDT

Descripción

I think it's Z. drummondii because of the relatively short perianth tube, compared to our other local contender, Z. chlorosolen.

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greenermind

Fecha

Septiembre 17, 2021 a las 12:00 TARDE CDT

Descripción

I would love help in IDing this red sage, which looks similar to cedar sage, but the leaves have a more papery texture, the plant grows 3-4 feet in height, and is a prolific bloomer and spreader. Its defining characteristic is that while gorgeous to look at, it smells like herbaceous cat urine when crushed, pulled, or cut. The smell is powerful, lingering on hands or clothes until they are washed. It is one of the first sages to emerge after the winter, and one of the last to die back as freezes set in. Once it comes up, it is constantly setting forth vivid red spikes of trumpet-shaped flowers.

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Mirto Coral (Salvia coccinea)

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gary410

Fecha

Septiembre 23, 2020 a las 05:12 TARDE UTC

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hydaticus

Fecha

Octubre 17, 2020 a las 02:29 TARDE CDT