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nip13

Data

Agosto 2021

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nip13

Data

Agosto 1, 2021 12:22 PM CDT

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dziomber

Data

Julho 2, 2021 05:43 PM CDT

Descrição

Morainal woodland

Stems prostrate or very low arching, rooting at the tips, with curved and broad-based prickles under 3mm. Leaves not tomentose abaxially, but softly pubescent with villous hairs on the veins and lamina. Petioles and inflorescences lacking glands. Infructescences not strongly ascending, mostly with 4-5 fruit condensed into a corymb with short pedicels. Primocane leaves with mostly 5 and sometimes 3 leaflets, the terminal leaflet ovate, rounded to slightly cordate and accuminate. Floricane terminal leaflets elliptical

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psweet

Data

Julho 23, 2020 09:32 AM CDT

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What

Erva-de-São-Roberto (Geranium robertianum)

Observador

kckasem

Data

Setembro 1, 2017 01:06 AM EDT

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dziomber

Data

Maio 2019

Descrição

At the edge of a small, slightly scrubby, mesic to wet-mesic, calcareous prairie remnant that likely would have been part of a broad, marshy floodplain in the past.

Stems low-arching to trailing, with scattered broad-based prickles. Leaves abaxially with a moderate covering of soft, straight pubescence along the veins and a thinner covering on the lamina. Inflorescences eglandular, compact and cymose.

This keys out decidedly well to R. michiganensis in Flora of the Chicago Region. FOCR also mentions R. curtipes as being similar, with more rounded terminal primocane leaflets, as opposed to being cordate. The terminal primocane leaflets here (photo 5) appear to be broadly cuneate and not cordate, but they may actually be rounded since the leaflets here aren't entirely expanded.

In Vascular Flora of Illinois, this keys out well to R. curtipes if the term "velvety" is more broadly interpreted to mean softly pubescent along the veins and at least sparsely so along the lamina, more in line with the key in Flora of the Chicago Region. Another small liberty must be taken with with this key since it notes R. curtipes as having quinate primocane leaves, but other treatments also allow for ternate primocane leaves.

Interestingly, this plant keys out perfectly to R. michiganensis in Davis et al.'s 1968 treatment of R. sect. flagellares in North America. And it also keys perfectly to R. curtipes in more recent comprehensive treatments of the genus for the states of Iowa and MIssouri.

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vvoelker

Data

Abril 6, 2018 12:52 PM CDT

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s_eisenbraun

Data

Outubro 8, 2020 11:09 AM CDT

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aparm7

Data

Agosto 21, 2018 09:24 AM CDT

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amoorehouse

Data

Julho 28, 2020 11:11 AM CDT

Descrição

Found on wild bergamot in remnant prairie.

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dziomber

Data

Maio 16, 2018 01:20 PM CDT

Descrição

In a drier section of Northern Flatwoods along the North Branch of the Chicago River dominated by bur and swamp white oak.

Stem and leaves basal, petals purple, spurred petal bearded, leaves sparsely pubescent, petioles hirsute. This plants keys out well to V. septentrionalis in Vascular Flora of IL, although this species isn't recognized by Flora of the Chicago Region or Flora of North America. Both of these latter floras consider V. septentrionalis to be synonymous with V. sororia. And this plant would fit V. sororia well, if not for the relatively thick beard on its spur petal and its acute, eciliate sepals.

Similar plants were seen nearby with various characteristics intermediate between V. septentrionalis and V. sororia. Other plants relatively nearby had essentially glabrous leaves and petioles and more deltate leaves like V. affinis and V. missouriensis. One plant in a nearby prairie even seemed to fit V. affinis while some other plants in a nearby floodplain seemed to fit V. missouriensis.

I'm not convinced that V. septentrionalis is entirely distinct from V. sororia, but I thought it might be useful to post this observation under that name. Some authorities suggest that V. septentrionalis may be of hybrid origin with V. sororia and V. affinis as parents. I've also seen this suggested for V. missouriensis.

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elfaulkner

Data

Maio 2018

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johnhboldt

Data

Abril 19, 2021 10:05 AM CDT

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Coiote (Canis latrans)

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herdresswasaship

Data

Abril 2021

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skrentnyjeff

Data

Março 2021

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Faia-Americana (Fagus grandifolia)

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rarecatsnake

Data

Janeiro 2021

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Cobra-Liga-Ocidental (Thamnophis sirtalis ssp. sirtalis)

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macmarzo

Data

Outubro 11, 2019 07:52 PM EDT

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Sapo-Americano (Anaxyrus americanus)

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herdresswasaship

Data

Outubro 2020

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vnevirkov

Data

Agosto 2, 2020 12:46 PM CDT

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dongminsung

Data

Abril 17, 2017 12:20 PM EDT

Descrição

Confirm?

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brdnrdr

Data

Julho 7, 2020 10:15 AM CDT

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Tico-Tico-Musical (Melospiza melodia)

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vnevirkov

Data

Maio 12, 2020 08:33 AM CDT

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kkucera

Data

Maio 1, 2020 10:42 AM CDT

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Faia-Americana (Fagus grandifolia)

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johnhboldt

Data

Abril 2, 2020 03:32 PM CDT

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cavemander17

Data

Janeiro 27, 2004 01:39 AM CST

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Castanheiro-Americano (Castanea dentata)

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jawinget

Data

Março 22, 2019 12:19 PM CDT

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Rola-Do-Mar (Arenaria interpres)

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anudibranchmom

Data

Abril 4, 2017 04:48 PM PDT

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vvoelker

Data

Abril 5, 2019 04:56 PM CDT

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judygva

Data

Julho 2018

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Esquilo-vermelho Americano (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus)

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meghanmickelson

Data

Fevereiro 20, 2019 06:28 AM HST

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Esquilo-Cinzento-Oriental (Sciurus carolinensis)

Observador

susanrich01

Data

Fevereiro 1, 2019 02:24 AM EST