inconspicuous and covered by other plants, tomentose stem and lvs.
5' tall, budding, yellow fls., some branch dieback
waxy, light tomentose underside, heavily fruited, 10-12' high, frts. on upper part of plant
The coloring is off. The moth was next to a halogen and to take the photo I had to shield the camera with my hand which reflected the warm hue.
First time seeing this. Correct ID?
ps. testing to see if the app returns this updated text field
Second story so I can't check ID. Ps just testing the need ID app function
The pictures are from two different days, the later being older
Didn't smell so bad to me.
This was in downtown Larkspur
Too cold to flee!
Shrub to 6' tall. Leaves starting to change but still blooming!
Somewhat common in mud with Lemna at edge of Hidden Lake. New to MMWD plant list.
Heavily browsed. With Carex nudata, Typha, Carex obnupta, Polygonum. New to MMWD plant list.
tufted perennial, blue-green leaves. Slight possibility this is Carex serratodens, soils may have some serpentine influence. Point moved to Lagoon Fire Road.
Nest off Rocky Ridge