hit by car, beak fracture and carapace fracture
Pretty sure it is a mallard. Had to zoom in and think I could see a white neck ring.
Beaked corn salad?
I wanted a better pic of the flower but poison ivy stood in my way. I found the leaves though at ground level.
not bloomed yet.
in a sunny field path. Was having to walk on it. It was so dense.
I've had trouble ID'ing this in the past because of the variability to my itchy dismay. Is this poison ivy?
really surprised to see this here and thought I would never ID it. It is in my TN / Southern OH / Appalachia book as 'infrequent'. The area i took the pic was a now reclaimed area by the Little Miami River where they have eradicated much honeysuckle and other invasives. It is called ValleyView.
in a sunny field next to a gravel pulloff from the road
in the shade by the margin of the woods
I give up. I could use some help with this one. In mud next to a ditch filled with water.
at the cincy nature center (main branch)
hit by car (DOA)
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
This is probably an escape. There was a lot here. Really pretty but I don't know my forget-me-nots to get an exact id on specifics.
In an open field. Think this is field penny-cress because the pods looked notched
in an open field
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.