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Lemon Paintbrush (Castilleja citrina)

Observer

carolynstreet37

Date

April 15, 2024 08:32 AM CDT

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What

Western Soapberry (Sapindus drummondii)

Observer

baxter-slye

Date

September 29, 2023 11:17 AM CDT

Description

.501 accessory

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What

Hop Trefoil (Trifolium campestre)

Observer

franpfer

Date

April 10, 2024 11:53 AM CDT

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What

Smallflower Groundcherry (Physalis cinerascens)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

April 10, 2024 10:10 PM CDT

Description

I think, not 100% sure

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Blackjack Oak (Quercus marilandica)

Observer

ven_p_vamp

Date

April 8, 2024 03:28 PM CDT

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What

Purple Paintbrush (Castilleja purpurea)

Observer

jellyfishmambo

Date

April 3, 2024 01:33 PM CDT

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What

Feather Dalea (Dalea formosa)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

March 26, 2024 12:21 PM MDT

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What

Plateau Silverbush (Ditaxis simulans)

Observer

garyapoole

Date

April 2, 2024 02:35 PM CDT

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What

Purple Paintbrush (Castilleja purpurea)

Observer

nancymntlvo

Date

April 1, 2024 01:38 PM CDT

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What

Tung Oil Tree (Vernicia fordii)

Date

March 30, 2024 04:00 PM CDT

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What

Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata)

Observer

cvorsas

Date

September 24, 2020 09:25 AM UTC

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What

Overcup Oak (Quercus lyrata)

Observer

bryarjohnson

Date

November 29, 2023 11:35 AM CST

Description

Maybe a cross with white oak??

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Mohr Oak (Quercus mohriana)

Observer

arnanthescout

Date

July 5, 2023 11:23 AM CDT

Description

Growing on Caprock Escarpment along road. Twigs and abaxial side of leaves densely white/grey tomentose, obscuring the surface. Adaxial side of leaves covered with dense, but not overlapping, stellate hairs.

I was leaving Texas, heading to Lubbock International Airport to depart back to Illinois to continue my REU, but before I left I wanted to make sure I got to see Mohr's oak. On the drive to the Airport, my REU mentor Dr. Chuck Cannon (@ruminatus) stopped at the Escarpment and collected a few stems from the roadside so I could finally get a good look at this species. Thanks, Chuck!

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What

Havard Oak (Quercus havardii)

Observer

nathantaylor

Date

September 4, 2022 11:58 AM CDT

Description

Observation made specifically in response to population description in the ICUN page for Quercus havardii. From ICUN:

Multiple literature sources have indicated that Quercus havardii rarely, if ever, reproduces through the agency of acorns (Wiedman 1960). Dhillion et al. (1994) report that "[they] saw not a single case of germination of acorns" . Furthermore, Pettit (1977) states that "it is rare to find a young sand shin-oak plant in the field which had originated from an acorn". Alternatively, Q. havardii reproduces almost exclusively via underground rhizomes (Davis 2013). As this species reproduces clonally, there is difficulty in distinguishing individuals within populations.

Here, I show a photo of 191 acorns collected on 25-26 Aug 2022. The original intent of collection was to boil and eat the acorns. All acorns were collected in about 30-45 minutes in the uncertainty circle indicated along edges of vegetated habitat (road and cleared areas). Acorns were evaluated based on color, shaking, and presence of holes. If discoloration was observed (e.g., black spots or black acorns), acorns were not collected. If movement was felt when acorns were shaken, this signified that the seed had shriveled from the seed coat (bad for germination and eating). Shriveled acorns were not collected. Presence of holes indicated insect larvae had eaten some of the acorns. Acorns with insect larvae can germinate as long as the radical is intact. However, given the original intent was for eating, acorns with insect damage were not collected.

On 26 Aug 2022, a handful were removed, boiled and eaten. After removal, 191 acorns remained. On 28 Aug 2022 and possibly the day before, the acorns started germinating. The acorns were kept in a dark location around room temperature until 29 Aug 2022. On 29 Aug 2022, the acorns were refrigerated to stop germination. The first set of photos were taken on 4 Sep 2022.

4 Sep 2022: 58 showed signs of germination, 2 showed insect holes, and 1 showed signs of discoloring.
4-9 Sep 2022: Data recorded but lost.

9 Sep 2022: 28 showed signs of germination with one of the germinated acorns showing signs of insect damage.
10 Sep 2022: 18 showed signs of germination, 5 exhibited movement when shaken. Noticed data lost 4-9 Sep 2022. Recounted
10 Sep 2022 (totals): total germinated: 132 (108 before 10 Sep [5 bagged separately] + 18 recorded 10 Sep + 3 germinated with holes + 3 given away on 9 Sep). Total germinated with holes: 3. Total discolored without germination: 2. Total with movement when shaken: 6. Total waiting to germinate (not in any of the above categories: 48. Total acorns: 132+3+2+6+48 = 191. Current germination rate 69.1%.
11 Sep 2022: +7 (139) showing signs of germination. +1 (5) showed insect holes. +1 (7) movement when shaken. 72.8% germination rate.
13 Sep 2022: +5 (144) showing signs of germination. 75.4% germination rate. It seems like the smaller acorns germinate later than the larger acorns.
15 Sep 2022: +4 (148) showing signs of germination. 77.5% germination rate.
16 Sep 2022: +2 (150) showing signs of germination. 78.5% germination rate.
18 Sep 2022: +2 (152) showing signs of germination. 79.6% germination rate.
20 Sep 2022: +1 (153) showing signs of germination. 80.1% germination rate.
27 Sep 2022: +2 (155) showing signs of germination. 81.2% germination rate.
27 Sep 2022 (final): All non-germinated acorns opened on this day. +1 (156) showing signs of germination. 81.7% germination rate. 9 discolored/moldy. 8 without signs of germination: 4 with off-center embryo, 1 with fused cotyledons at apex, 3 normal. If all 8 eventually germinated, max germination rate = 85.9%.

Current intent, evaluate germination rate of healthy acorns. If I had thought to do this before, I could have collected all acorns (including discolored and eaten ones) to get an idea of survival rate due to insect predation. Ultimate survival rate is likely extremely low given how little time these acorns have to find a habitable place to germinate (acorns shrivel in days without cloud cover). However, if the acorns happen to drop during a time when it rains enough to allow the radical of a few of the seeds to get into the ground and establish, and if one or two of those plants survive to produce there own acorns once in 100 years or so (maybe even 1,000 years or so), replacement rate is achieved. It's worth noting that plants seem to produce more acorns adjacent to bare habitat. Whether this is a response to resource availability or actual resource investment in locations where seeds will find open habitat to colonize, who knows.

Given the ease with which these germinate, restoration is possible, maybe even easy if you don't mind collecting the acorns during a very short time-frame. However, returning a piece of land to its former habitat type could take generations. Next time I'm in Midland, I should check on the plant that was planted there at least 10 years ago.

The third photo shows roots of acorns collected 6-9 Aug 2022. I do not remember the plant time.

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What

Havard Oak (Quercus havardii)

Observer

arnanthescout

Date

July 4, 2023 12:12 PM CDT

Description

REU23_55
Coords uncorrected

Rhizomatous clones 3-4 feet tall. Unusually large scales on acorn cupules. Berm at the side of the road, with Ambrosia psilostachya, Commelina erecta, and Hoffmannseggia glauca.

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Observer

pufferchung

Date

March 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Male flowers
The last two pictures are UV flora, aka Bee Vision
I didn't know Echinocereus coccineus is Dioecious.
Michael Eason told me this one is producing male flowers.

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Eastern Redcedar (Juniperus virginiana)

Observer

connlindajo

Date

March 21, 2024 06:09 PM CDT

Description

Did a little iNat-ing before the Brazos Valley TMN chapter meeting in the area across the road from the Brazos County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Building.
These trees are dying everywhere.

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What

Plains Fleabane (Erigeron modestus)

Observer

arnanthescout

Date

March 11, 2024 06:36 PM CDT

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What

Creek Plum (Prunus rivularis)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

March 19, 2024 03:17 PM CDT

Description

This thicket is growing next to the Big Prunus. They are shorter, are in full bloom with many leaves.

  1. Sepals margins glandular-toothed (see 6th picture)
  2. Pedicels glabrous (See 6th picture)

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What

Downy Paintbrush (Castilleja sessiliflora)

Observer

danithegreat98

Date

March 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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What

Lindheimer's Paintbrush (Castilleja lindheimeri)

Observer

squaylei2000

Date

April 18, 2023 08:55 AM CDT

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What

Paintbrushes (Genus Castilleja)

Observer

lostintexas

Date

April 11, 2023 05:02 PM CDT

Place

The Grove (Google, OSM)

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Purple Paintbrush (Castilleja purpurea)

Observer

estherwest

Date

March 23, 2020 09:51 PM UTC

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Paintbrushes (Genus Castilleja)

Observer

shewholistens

Date

March 23, 2021 02:56 PM MDT

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What

Purple Paintbrush (Castilleja purpurea)

Observer

prairie_rambler

Date

March 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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What

Sumacs (Genus Rhus)

Observer

birdingtexan

Date

March 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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What

Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum)

Observer

bosqueaaron

Date

March 5, 2024 06:24 PM CST

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What

Texas Seaside Paintbrush (Castilleja halophila)

Observer

heronway

Date

March 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Swamp Laurel Oak (Quercus laurifolia)

Observer

connlindajo

Date

February 22, 2024 01:39 PM CST

Description

Toured Gore Store Road to see what might be in bloom.
Stopped on a corner to investigate the plants in the ROW and ended up talking for a while to the homeowner across the road who was suspicious of our presence. Apparently there was vandalism and thievery in the neighborhood. I hope we convinced him we were harmless and had good intentions.

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Southern Glade Privet (Forestiera ligustrina)

Observer

jakes26

Date

November 22, 2023 03:31 PM CST

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What

Duraznillo (Prunus texana)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

February 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

The second picture is UV flora, aka Bee vision

A big patch, growing along the fence, some look very old.
Prunus texana flowers are bigger than Prunus minutiflora

Compare the size of flower here: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/198861558

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What

Texas Almond (Prunus minutiflora)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

February 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

Burnet county
Behind the fence, in a private property.

Two big patches, very healthy.
These Texas Almond are huge, taller than me. (I am 5'5")
I think I am done with Texas Almond (Prunus minutiflora) for a while.

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What

Ashe Juniper (Juniperus ashei)

Observer

gcwarbler

Date

June 14, 1985

Description

This observation predates the existing subdivision in this area. IF there was ever any question about the loss of topsoil in the Texas Hill Country, this should provide some obvious evidence.
These images show a couple of cut Ashe juniper shrubs (two of many) on the limestone plateau. The age of the stumps is hard to pin down, but they were apparently cut with a hand axe, thus probably pre-dating the era of chainsaws. That puts the age of the stumps probably back into the 1950s or perhaps some decades older. The stumps and their root systems are still intact and in their original setting. I assume these were living junipers at the time they was cut, with intact root systems. The bases of the stumps are on the order of 10 to 12" diameter and the major roots in the image are about 5" diameter. Last time I checked, junipers don't send their roots out into the open air, so this root system was spreading out in topsoil between the ground surface and the limestone bed on which the shrub germinated. Essentially all that topsoil has now washed away, amounting to at least 5" and probably as much as 6" to 10" of soil, in the intervening decades (not centuries) since the shrubs were cut.
This may be an easily recognized example, but it is by no means uncommon to find such evidence in many areas of the Hill Country. The likelihood is that the ranch on which these junipers grew--and where they were cut--had heavily stocked the pasture with goats and sheep in the early to middle 1900s after the initial woodland had been cleared. The resulting loss of ground cover left the topsoil vulnerable to the occasional very hard Hill Country rains. Soil loss might be slow and nearly imperceptible most seasons, but we occasionally get deluges that could have carried away a lot of the unprotected topsoil in just a handful of weather events.

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What

Texas Almond (Prunus minutiflora)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

February 2024

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

This is the only flower that I found.

I found 4 patches, this is the 3rd one.

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Gum Bumelia (Sideroxylon lanuginosum)

Observer

bev_thomas

Date

February 14, 2023 09:51 AM CST

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What

Gum Bumelia (Sideroxylon lanuginosum)

Observer

selladore

Date

October 8, 2023 12:11 PM CDT

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What

Gum Bumelia (Sideroxylon lanuginosum)

Observer

mkoonce

Date

October 2, 2022 04:01 PM CDT

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What

Oaks (Genus Quercus)

Observer

birdingtexan

Date

March 12, 2023 12:31 PM CDT

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What

Texas Live Oak (Quercus fusiformis)

Observer

ck2az

Date

November 12, 2020 10:21 AM MST

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Observer

pufferchung

Date

December 2023

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

The last picture is UV flora, aka Bee Vision
See if you can find all the Button Cactus (Epithelantha micromeris) :-)

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What

Dicots [Paraphyletic] (Class Magnoliopsida)

Observer

suesue1949

Date

December 17, 2023 11:42 AM CST

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What

Lacey Oak (Quercus laceyi)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

November 30, 2023 03:38 PM CST

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What

Chisos Red Oak (Quercus gravesii)

Observer

gaston7

Date

November 5, 2023 09:40 AM CST

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What

Tamarisk (Tamarix ramosissima)

Observer

hansoes

Date

October 28, 2023 11:45 AM CDT

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What

Roughleaf Dogwood (Cornus drummondii)

Observer

drmwturner

Date

April 12, 2023 07:53 AM CDT

Description

Distinctly variegated leaves. Never seen this before. Given how they sucker, it was hard to tell if it was a separate tree or an offshoot. Very distinct nonetheless.

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American Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana)

Observer

bosqueaaron

Date

October 8, 2023 06:44 PM CDT

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What

False Boneset (Brickellia eupatorioides)

Observer

maryadams

Date

September 24, 2023 10:06 AM CDT

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What

Traub's Rain-Lily (Zephyranthes traubii)

Observer

jackie_martinez

Date

September 2, 2022 12:56 PM CDT

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What

Water Hickory (Carya aquatica)

Observer

aletheac

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What

Tsutsusi Azalea (Rhododendron indicum)

Observer

sunasak

Date

September 12, 2023 01:32 PM CDT

Description

This can’t be right, but the only options that came up were azaleas.

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What

Mexican Ash (Fraxinus berlandieriana)

Observer

mako252

Date

September 10, 2023 01:12 PM CDT

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What

Sweet Mountain Grape (Vitis monticola)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

September 19, 2023 11:15 AM CDT

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What

American Elm (Ulmus americana)

Observer

bosqueaaron

Date

August 5, 2023 08:22 PM CDT

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What

Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra)

Observer

bobbie79

Date

September 11, 2023 11:45 AM CDT

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What

White Oaks (Section Quercus)

Observer

arnanthescout

Date

July 1, 2023 05:39 PM CDT

Description

REU23_32
Hybrid with Q. stellata
Not coord-corrected

Large tree 30-35 feet tall. 2 large trunks both >1 feet wide, bark deeply fissured. Leaves weakly bicolored, adaxial surface of leaves cinerous-glaucous. Growing on steep sloping ground (25-30° angle above horizontal) on the W bank of unamed creek. Substrate gravelly towards the top, more silty-clayey towards the creekbed. Associated species include Ambrosia psilostachya, Sapindus drummondii, Artemisia ludoviciana, Sideroxylon lanuginosum, Physalis spp., and Celtis spp.

With outside influence from perhaps Quercus havardii or some other species?

Hunter Hopkin's favorite tree on Matador Wildlife Management Area.

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What

White Oaks (Section Quercus)

Observer

arnanthescout

Date

July 1, 2023 09:51 AM CDT

Description

REU23_23
Not coord-corrected

A little more than a dozen larger trunks (>4 inches across) and many smaller trunks forming a grove between the fenceline and the road. Many suckering shoots coming up in mowed area adjacent to the road, plus a carpet of (possibly rhizomatous) growth under the grove. Lots of young fruit. Ground sunken down from the road, abundant leaf litter up to 2 inches deep in spots, many dead fallen branches. Associated plants include Celtis reticulata, Portulaca pilosa, and Rhus aromatica or Rhus triloba. Growing over sand sheet deposits.

The apparently rhizomatous shoots at the base suggest a Quercus havardii x stellata intermediate, but abaxial surface of leaf is also covered with noticeably large, overlapping, stellate hairs that seem more similar in appearance to that found in Quercus margarettae (Ashe) J. K. Small.. Or at least from the specimens I looked at at the Morton Arboretum.

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What

Mayberry (Vaccinium elliottii)

Observer

lauramorganclark

Date

June 17, 2023 12:29 PM CDT

Description

Thin leaves, less than 3 cm long, undersurfaces nonglandular, margins finely serrate.

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What

Upright Prairie Coneflower (Ratibida columnifera)

Observer

danielcat

Date

August 21, 2023 12:58 PM CDT

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What

Bastard Oak (Quercus sinuata)

Observer

ianshelburne

Date

August 3, 2023 01:18 PM CDT

Description

Bigelow, var. breviloba?

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What

Tamarisk (Tamarix ramosissima)

Observer

johnyochum

Date

March 31, 2009 04:49 PM CDT

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What

Tamarisk (Tamarix ramosissima)

Observer

jcochran706

Date

August 24, 2022 08:22 AM CDT

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What

Lacey Oak (Quercus laceyi)

Observer

eric_keith

Date

August 16, 2023 12:18 PM CDT

Description

A few left in Spicewood Canyon

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What

Skunkbush Sumac (Rhus trilobata)

Observer

gracklegrace

Date

August 12, 2023 09:32 PM CDT

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What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Observer

catherine_g

Date

July 27, 2023 09:45 AM CDT

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What

Skunkbush Sumac (Rhus trilobata)

Observer

s_alarcon

Date

July 4, 2023 10:50 AM CDT

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What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Observer

austinrkelly

Date

May 24, 2023 02:51 PM CDT

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What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Observer

animebirder

Date

July 20, 2023 06:24 PM CDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Observer

gracklegrace

Date

July 21, 2023 10:27 AM CDT

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What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Observer

clintii

Date

July 30, 2023 09:22 AM CDT

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What

Downy Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica var. pilosissima)

Observer

josie2myfriends

Date

August 6, 2023 09:42 AM CDT

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What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Observer

companyink

Date

August 6, 2023 08:54 AM CDT

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What

Skunkbush Sumac (Rhus trilobata)

Observer

shaunmichael

Date

August 7, 2023 06:20 PM CDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Observer

jeffmci9

Date

August 7, 2023 02:04 PM CDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica)

Date

August 9, 2023 01:14 PM CDT

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What

Sumacs (Genus Rhus)

Observer

shaunmichael

Date

August 2023

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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What

Skunkbush Sumac (Rhus trilobata)

Observer

ck2az

Date

August 10, 2022 04:00 PM CDT

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What

Silver Bluestem (Bothriochloa torreyana)

Observer

donyoung

Date

August 9, 2023 07:44 PM CDT

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What

Sumacs (Genus Rhus)

Observer

arnanthescout

Date

July 1, 2023 08:55 AM CDT

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What

Tamarisks (Genus Tamarix)

Observer

arnanthescout

Date

July 4, 2023 08:22 PM CDT

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What

Redwhisker Clammyweed (Polanisia dodecandra)

Observer

jlrogal78

Date

May 9, 2023 09:34 AM CDT

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What

Mexican Clammyweed (Polanisia uniglandulosa)

Observer

franpfer

Date

August 1, 2023 03:09 PM CDT

Description

we thought it looked ODD.

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What

Texas Almond (Prunus minutiflora)

Observer

franpfer

Date

March 2023

Place

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Description

a lifer for me; I crept around in the brush, & ID'ed everything that wasn't it, & finally this shrub came into view.

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What

Carolina Snailseed (Cocculus carolinus)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

July 18, 2023 11:16 PM CDT

Description

I have seen this species in South Texas, do we have in Austin too?

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What

Blackjack Oak (Quercus marilandica)

Observer

jhamby

Date

July 5, 2023 10:44 AM CDT

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What

Texas Bluebell (Eustoma grandiflorum)

Observer

gr33nling

Date

June 30, 2023 12:48 PM CDT

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What

Lonestar Gumweed (Grindelia adenodonta)

Observer

sambiology

Date

June 29, 2023 01:10 PM CDT

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What

Texas Wrightwort (Carlowrightia texana)

Observer

ronstephens

Date

June 29, 2023 12:44 PM CDT

Description

street side

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What

Showy Prairie Gentian (Eustoma russellianum)

Date

June 18, 2023 09:40 AM CDT

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What

Texas Prairie Parsley (Polytaenia texana)

Observer

sambiology

Date

June 23, 2023 06:17 PM CDT

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What

Showy Prairie Gentian (Eustoma russellianum)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

June 21, 2023 02:55 PM CDT

Description

The 5th picture is UV flora, aka Bee Vision
Found a big patch on the side of road.
There's no shoulder on both side of road, had to park on a drive way of private property.

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What

Prairie Flameleaf Sumac (Rhus lanceolata)

Observer

youngjedi_mrh

Date

June 12, 2023 06:48 PM CDT

Place

Amarillo (Google, OSM)

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What

Antelopehorn Milkweed (Asclepias asperula)

Observer

klupardus

Date

June 11, 2023 06:32 AM CDT

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What

Prairie Bishop (Bifora americana)

Observer

upnorth3

Date

May 27, 2023 02:54 PM CDT

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What

Pistaches (Genus Pistacia)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

July 15, 2022 10:16 PM CDT

Description

Unfamiliar tree in West Texas

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What

Texas Ash (Fraxinus albicans)

Observer

lanechaffin

Date

June 2, 2023 12:18 PM CDT

Description

An unusual specimen

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What

Perfumeballs (Gaillardia suavis)

Observer

echocreek

Date

April 10, 2023 02:51 PM CDT

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What

Slender Centaury (Centaurium tenuiflorum)

Observer

oz4caster

Date

June 3, 2023 10:52 AM CDT

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What

Stanfield's Beebalm (Monarda stanfieldii)

Observer

planted_in_texas

Date

May 29, 2023 01:47 PM CDT

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What

Plains Beebalm (Monarda pectinata)

Observer

pufferchung

Date

May 24, 2023 02:35 PM CDT

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What

Stanfield's Beebalm (Monarda stanfieldii)

Observer

robyn9

Date

May 31, 2023 07:41 PM CDT