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Looks like Dichanthelium sp.
I'm thinking Galeopsis tetrahit (or bifida?)
I think it's probably some kind of mint (Lamiaceae) (at least the upper photos). The fruits resemble those of Leonurus cardiaca.
I think it looks a lot like Viburnum sieboldii. I'll have to see if the bruised leaves smell like green pepper. Thanks!
No flowers or fruit. This time of the year the leaves on most of the trees have changed color and/or fallen off. This tree still had all its...
I think this looks similar to a crabapple (Malus), so I'm guessing it's some kind of fruit tree. Can anyone ID it?[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]...
Can anyone ID this plant?
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It was near the basal leaves shown below. I don't know if the basal leaves belong to the...
Can anyone ID this tree? It was growing along the edge of a trail in an open area (in Massachusetts), but it[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]...
Thanks Ron. It does resemble Rubus hispidus, but a lot larger than a typical R. hispidus and with very red bristly stems.
Can anyone ID this shrub? It has 3 leaflets and a red bristly stem.
That sounds right. I was thinking Juglans nigra had a terminal leaflet, but I see now it's not always present. Thanks!
Looks a lot like Oxybaphus nyctagineus/Mirabilis nyctaginea. Thanks!
I'm seeing a lot of images of Ajuga reptans that look just like this. Thanks!
Growing near road in residential area. Leaves had no odor.
Leaves are opposite and subopposite. Growing by side of road in residential area. Leaves have no odor.
About 2-3 feet tall. Growing by the side of a road near a house.
All I can think of is honey-locust (Gleditsia triacanthos), but these leaflets are much larger and I don't recall seeing any doubly compound...
in wooded area near river.