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Date

August 31, 2014

Description

Fungi names are changing all the time--this used to be called Polyporus badius.

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Duskywings Genus Erynnis

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fluffberger

Date

August 31, 2014

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common selfheal Prunella vulgaris

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fluffberger

Date

August 31, 2014

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Common Wood Nymph Cercyonis pegala

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fluffberger

Date

August 31, 2014

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Northern Pearly Eye Lethe anthedon

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fluffberger

Date

August 31, 2014

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Morbid Owlet Moth Chytolita morbidalis

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

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Periwinkle Genus Vinca

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

Description

New leaves unfurling.

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Field Horsetail Equisetum arvense

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

Description

Brownish yellowish horsetails, about 6-10 inches tall.

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azure bluet Houstonia caerulea

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

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Wild teasel Dipsacus fullonum

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

Description

Basal rosette.

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Ohio Buckeye Aesculus glabra

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

Description

New leaves

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Ferns Phylum Pteridophyta

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

Description

Fronds unfurling.

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Catchweed Bedstraw Galium aparine

Observer

fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

Description

In the second photo, the tiny prickles that give it its name are visible. Also called Cleavers.

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Red Deadnettle Lamium purpureum

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

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northern spicebush Lindera benzoin

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fluffberger

Date

April 19, 2015

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

Description

About 2.5 cm long

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orange daylily Hemerocallis fulva

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

Description

There was a patch of these plants in a moist area along a creek. I thought they were ramps, but there was no garlic/onion smell.

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daffodils Genus Narcissus

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

Description

This daffodil was blooming under a bush near a creek in a game lands meadow.

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spring beauty Claytonia virginica

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

Description

The first sighting of this spring ephemeral for 2015.

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black witches' butter Exidia glandulosa

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

Description

Dark brown to blackish crowded jelly blobs. It breaks down dead wood.

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

Description

Basal rosette

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Downy Rattlesnake Plantain Goodyera pubescens

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

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Commas Genus Polygonia

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

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Compton Tortoiseshell Nymphalis vaualbum

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fluffberger

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April 9, 2015

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Eastern Teaberry Gaultheria procumbens

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

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Coltsfoot Tussilago farfara

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fluffberger

Date

April 9, 2015

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common chickweed Stellaria media

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fluffberger

Date

March 18, 2015

Description

Early Spring growth, soon after the snow has melted.

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Garlic Mustard Alliaria petiolata

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fluffberger

Date

March 18, 2015

Description

Early Spring growth, just after the snow has melted.

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fluffberger

Date

October 24, 2014

Description

Gilled fungus, growing on wood. Also called Late Oyster. Brownish green to olive green to blue-green cap with off-white gills that sometimes have a peach or yellow tint. The point of attachment to the wood is usually quite pronounced, the gills do not run all the way into the attachment point.