3rd Nature Walk: Plants

For this nature walk, I walked with a few classmates through the Pine Tree Reserve and around half of the reservoir. It was late afternoon and a beautiful sunny climate. The air was crisp and it felt like a perfect fall day. I found it fairly easy to observe each of the four main groups of plants. The most difficult to determine was the gymnosperms or the non-flowering seed plants. At first, I thought all trees could fit into this category but after further research, I determined only certain types could be classified as gymnosperms. I was surprised by how many different examples of bryophyta I could see as I did not see moss as as common of a plant as it seemed to be in this area. I observed it in the more woodsy area of the Pine Tree Reserve on the base of a tree as well as closer to the water line of the reservoir on rocks. These both coincide with the low lying, damp habitat described in lecture. I found this topic to be the easier to observe when compared to fungi.

Publicado por emilywolford emilywolford, 18 de octubre de 2022

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Octubre 18, 2022 03:53 PM EDT

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Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)

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Octubre 18, 2022 03:55 PM EDT

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Pinos, Ocotes Y Piñones (Género Pinus)

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Octubre 18, 2022 03:58 PM EDT

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Perlita Blanca (Symphoricarpos albus)

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Octubre 18, 2022 04:04 PM EDT

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Octubre 18, 2022 04:08 PM EDT

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Octubre 18, 2022 04:25 PM EDT

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Algodoncillo Común (Asclepias syriaca)

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Octubre 18, 2022 04:30 PM EDT

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