Wildflowers: Species to be identified

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  1. anaderdeleon

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    Can someone please help me identify these specimens? I took the shots in a wetland in Uruguay, South America. Thanks!
     

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    Tyrlych Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    1 - Richardia sp.
    2 - Osmunda ?
    3 - Urticularia sp.
     
  3. anaderdeleon

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    Thanks for your prompt reply? Do you think they're all native?
     
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    I was finally able to identify the first 3 specimens through you and a friend of mine:

    1. Richardia brasiliensis
    2. Osmunda regalis
    3. Urticularia tridentata

    I wonder what species the remainder are...
     
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    U. tridentata is native to Uruguay. I don't know about the rest.
     
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    Thanks, Kevin!
     

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