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Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Puffball fungus (not a plant)."
Feb 8
Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Calyptocarpus vialis, Straggler's Daisy in the Asteraceae.  Not native to Florida, bit of a lawn weed only (not really invasive), it is up to you to remove."
Feb 8
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"My guess is Hyptis mutabilis, in the Lamiaceae (Not native)."
Feb 8
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"Looks like Calyptocarpus vialis, Straggler's Daisy in the Asteraceae (not native)"
Feb 8
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Feb 8
Leslie A McConachie commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Great, thanks!"
Nov 19, 2020
Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"You are welcome.  It is good to remove the Chinese ladderbrake, I wouldn't worry about the artillery plant, unless it bothers you."
Nov 19, 2020
Leslie A McConachie commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Thank you for all your help. Bagged up the invasive fern and will continue also with artillery. Really appreciate your help."
Nov 19, 2020
Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Tassleflower (Emilia sonchifolia) in the Asteraceae"
Nov 19, 2020
Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Fiddler's spurge (Euphorbia heterophylla) in the Euphorbiaceae.  Native to Florida.   Also present are Morinda royoc (Redgal), and Euphorbia cf. opthalmica."
Nov 19, 2020
Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Pteris vittata (Chinese ladderbrake) in the Pteridaceae.  This is a non native invasive fern in Florida.  It can be differentiated with our native threatened Bahama ladderbrake (Pteris bahamensis), by its long terminal pinnae, and wide…"
Nov 19, 2020
Steve Woodmansee commented on Leslie A McConachie's photo
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"Definitely a species ofThelypteris, likely T. kunthii.  (Southern Shield Fern) in the Thelypteridaceae. Also present is Pteris vittata (Chinese ladderbrake)"
Nov 19, 2020
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"Definitely a species ofThelypteris, likely T. kunthii.  (Southern Shield Fern) in the Thelypteridaceae"
Nov 19, 2020
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"Rouge Plant (Rivina humilis) in the Petiveriaceae.  Native to Florida."
Nov 19, 2020
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Nov 19, 2020
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"Okay, it should still be Liatris gracilis.  "
Nov 13, 2020

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