Waxy, dark green with prickly edges.
The blackberry lined the side of a trail near the delta. The plant as young so the edges of the leaves were a light red. The berries were not ripe but instead shriveled and dried up.
The shape of the leaves looked like mittens. the plant had small white berries that when squished felt almost like styrofoam
the tree was on the side of a trail near Nisqually River Delta. The tree was beginning to shed its leaves and towered over the vegetation surrounding it.
the plant was found on the side of a trail surrounding the delta. the plant had small leaves and red berries
this small tree frog was found in the prairie land near Nisqually Delta
Mitten shaped leaves, foamy white berries
Growing on big leaf maple. Orange sporangia on underside of leaf. Teethed edges. Rhizomial roots that taste like licorice.
Off trail under big leaf maple dominated forest/wetland. Soft leaves. Pinnate leaves. Next to sword fern
Large, often multi-stemmed, to 35m tall; young bark green and smooth, older bark grey-brown, ridged, and often covered with mosses, lichens, and ferns. Opposite, deciduous, 5-lobed maple leaves, 15-30 cm across, dark green above, paler below, turning yellow in the autumn; leaf stalk exudes milky juice when cut.
Very big tree, at least 30 ft. tall. 5-lobed leaves with distinct lobes, v-shaped samaras on the ground under the tree branches. Bark is dark brown, mosses on fallen branches nearby. There are young maples and other small trees, as well as quite a bit of blackberry or black raspberry surrounding the large tree. (At Nisqually Wildlife Refuge)
Shrub with small round leaves and red berries.
A black and orange caterpillar covered in fuzzy hair.