September 09, 2021

wine cup

@galactic_bug_man @abigailmm @troutlily57 @philipwoodscc
Unfortunately, this observation doesn't show the features normally used for Callirhoe identification, but after having looked at thousands of these things, the erect, stout looking stem is highly indicative of C. leiocarpa. At the very least, it shouldn't be research grade. It won't help much for this observation, but tips for identifying Callirhoe in Texas can be found here:
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/54356-a-short-guide-to-callirhoe-in-texas

Posted on September 09, 2021 19:44 by philipwoodscc philipwoodscc | 2 comments | Leave a comment

December 06, 2020

October 02, 2018

no pictures to post

I have had my right shoulder replaced and can not lift my arm to trigger the shutter. Frustrating. All kinds of ideas, but I am not supposed to raise that arm for six weeks. I think I can do it passively, but certainly do not want to damage it getting excited and picking it up. So I may end of with a tripod locked into a place and trigger the shutter with my left hand. if some pictures show up I figured something out. one week post surgery today. With the migration in full flow not the time not to be able to take pictures.

Posted on October 02, 2018 20:44 by philipwoodscc philipwoodscc | 4 comments | Leave a comment

Archives