Located in the ground cover beneath the biocube. Approximately ten of these leaves within the couple inches of ground cover.
03/15/2017, 5:14 PM
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, 1/1600 sec, f/8, 560mm (EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM +1.4x III), ISO 800 (auto), Exp comp +1/3
Flowers: 3 parts, 1” – 1 ½” wide, 3 white petals, pistils in a dense globose head. Sepals of mature flowers reflexed. Bracts 4 - 9 mm long. (Flowers pictured appear to be pistillate.)
Arrow-shaped leaves (sagitate). Apparently no floating leaves or submerged leaves in this species. Leaf lobes up to 10 cm long and less than 2cm wide.
1 to 4’ high, shallows of streams, lakes, marshes, July to September.
I'm not 100% sure on this ID, but I think it is Hairy Hawkweed, Hieracium gronovii. That would be a new county record, based on michiganflora.org, so it needs double-checking.
In Kirtlands Warbler area, nr Grayling, MI