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Thank you - I think it's Common Bladderwort, but I would have never figured that out without your help!
Seen in a floodplain area today along the Cuyahoga River.
This cultivar has "injuries" and appears to have been attacked by fungus. If anyone can provide more specific information, it would be appreciated.
White Pine cultivar planted in 2011 that died this year. I noticed a swelling at the base. Where planted, it was not exposed to "weed whackers."...
Thank you - I'm used to seeing Phlox in the springtime!
For some reason I think it's an "escaped" garden plant rather than a natural wildflower.
That looks just like it - thanks!
At first I thought that this was Catnip, but now I'm thinking it's not.
I didn't see these in my wildflower ID book:
I can't figure these two out. The second one kind of looks like Spring Beauty or Wild Geranium, but the leaves don't match either one.
In the woods, by a creek. I don't think I've ever seen it before and can't find it in my "Wildflowers of Ohio" book.
Seen in NE Ohio - decent-sized, maybe 6-7 inches across.
These had small caps, about 2 cm for the largest ones.
I've identified it as Polyporus badius - Black-Footed Polypore.
These were pretty large, about 8 inches across.
Something from my backyard in NE Ohio.
Hmmmm, I did a little reading on that and apparently the gills on that mushroom glow in the dark! It was growing on a front lawn in the...
I've been seeing orange lobster mushrooms and a lot of orange chicken of the woods, but this large cluster, growing on a neighbor's front lawn,...