GREEN LEAVES WITH BRIGHT YELLOW FLOWERS
The flowers look like a Cardamine species, but are the leaves right for Cardamine? The plant grows in wet areas in open woods.
The underside and pore surface is slightly darker than the upper side. Pores 5-6 per mm.
Observed along the buckeye trail near Whipps Ledges. I am new to wildflowers so let me know if this ID is incorrect.
Observed along the buckeye trail near Whipp's Ledges.
Under oaks S. of N. Regency entrance, in open understory with Ribes menziesii and californicum, hazelnut (Corylus cornuta), Rubus ursinus. Bracken, like sword fern, seems relatively uncommon here. Wood and goldback fern are more common.
Sand Run Metro Park/Treaty Line Area, 1:05 p.m.