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Looks kinda like a Tragopogon, but has a stronger midvein and longer leaves than I'm familiar with.
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Someone send this photo to me...looks sort of like a giant snowdrops. Photo is from today. Sorry I don't have a better pic.
These are columbine (Aquilegia canadensis) leaves right?
Most of the leaf litter looked like silver maple (deeply lobed), but their buds look much pointer and browner in photos online than these are...
Unsure if the leaf came from the tree, there were lots of other species in the area and no leaves left on the tree. 30 feet tall, couldn't reach...
e.g. Prunus serotina, americana, virginiana at different ages?
How can I distinguish the two (in an urban setting)?
Wet area in Illinois.
Dry-mesic woodland, tree about 40 ft tall.
Along railroad. Wet areas w/ Phragmites interspersed with seasonally ponded areas (mostly bare soil and dried algal mats) with this annual (?)...
Unknown 1: upland area
Unknown 2: basin bottom (saturated), tiny, 4-parted pink to white flowers
Unknown 3. basin bottom, Cyperus squarrosus?
from a mesic area in a woodland in northern Illinois
what is this i dont even
Found in a wet to wet-mesic old field in Illinois.
Is this what Stachys palustris looks like in fruit?
Are there many sedges in Illinois that look pretty similar to C. muskingumensis vegetatively? Found growing rhizomotously in a wetland area that...
More unknowns in Illinois.