smooth stem. possibly H. divaricatus?
I'm not sure what I have here and this is the best photo of the lot. I always think zebras when I should be thinking horses so this is at a very high level ID
I hope someone can identify which Skipper this is.
I think this may be a bladderwort and would appreciate help
large shrub (10-15ft) growing by a creek blooming in late July to August. The blooms were gone in the next two weeks.
I'm not good with ferns. I think this is a fragile fern (Cystopteris). Growing under a tree that hangs off a hill.
found on the ground
on a gravel road next to a creek
colors a bit blown out by the sun
this glowed in the dark to the delight of everyone
under an oak tree. A colony of them.
not flowered yet. Hope I can get back down there to check soon. Seen in a low valley. Formerly swamplands but beaver dam is gone now and the area is no longer under water but creek is very near. This plant was about 4 foot tall.