I think S. montanum. Non-branching that I could see at this point. Leaves semi-slender. I could kick myself for not getting a better pic of the leaves. Not the big, wide leaves in the back. Taken in a park where they can't mow yet because it is too wet.
in an open field. The plant was about 3 ft tall. The leaves clasped the stem.
at the edge of a parking lot
Adult bullfrog, injured, lacerations. treated and released
Smooth Rock Cress found in the woods. The second photo is not good but shows the pods. The 3rd photo shows the clasping leaves. I've never seen this before.
about an inch or so underwater in a large concrete tub at the edge of a farm field. The water is always coming up from those tubes. Don't know how that works.
taken by a parking lot. Too early for a flower but think this is henbit.
a slender hawk. A juvenile? I can't place it. I have trouble with hawk ID. I wanted to place it with Accipiter/Harrier.
young sycamore almost growing in the stream
moss with fruiting capsules. I couldn't get the camera to focus better on the moss.
By a creek. The area looks very barren underneath but that's because the eradicated honeysuckle last summer. I don't know trees very well but the fruit was right underneath. We called these hedge apples as kids.
at the edge of a gravel parking lot
about 3 ft tall in a sunny field
in a sunny field
I'm going to go with Fall Panicum because of the crooked stem and because it is not hairy rather the Witchgrass (Panicum capillare). Seen by the edge of a cornfield. Perhaps 3 ft tall.
Didn't know this plant and went back a week later to get a better pic and couldn't find it or it was done. Leaves are in the background. I see a small vine around the plant in the foreground. Very moist woods by a creek. Please comment if this ID needs to be corrected.
somewhat erect but mostly prostrate. In an open field. Leaves in whorls of 6. Smooth stem. Hard to tell from my photo but possibly more than three flowers in group. Possibly Galium triflorum or Galium mollugo - wild madder?
alongside a cornfield. About 2ft tall. Stem does not seem hairy but I didn't think of that while I was there to look closer.
White veins on underside of leaves. Maybe Powell Amaranthus? Redroot pigweed? Another similar?
This looks like it is by a creek but it is along a dry road and it is hanging over the creek. It drops there about 6 ft to the creek.
on the margin of a field
young honey locust, I think, but not sure about the reddish color of the stem and where it is growing. Right off a low, small concrete bridge going over a creek. The creek will go up that far but it isn't in the water now.
4-5ft tall by a creek
wild garlic in bloom, I believe
The identotron doesn't find this. My text says it is Downy False Foxglove
creekside in the shade. About 3 ft tall
about 3ft tall in a sunny field
3 ft tall on the edge of the woods
I have never seen one of these so am not sure of my id. I didn't think these were in SW Ohio. For scale, in one of my 3 pics is some pokeweed growing in the bottom left corner. At least 15 ft tall.