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    • Lysimachia ciliata

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Recent observations

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rachyrach

Date

April 12, 2014

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What

Fringed Loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

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rwp84

Date

July 5, 1987

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What

Fringed Loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

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rwp84

Date

July 6, 1988

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What

fringed loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

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anita363

Date

July 30, 2005 05:31 PM EDT

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What

fringed loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

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elfaulkner

Date

July 15, 2009

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dlcarterksu

Date

November 20, 2013

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What

fringed loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

Observer

elfaulkner

Date

July 7, 2010

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Observer

magpie

Date

August 17, 2013

Place

Asbury Woods Greenway Trail, Erie PA (Google, OSM)

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What

fringed loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

Observer

bheitzman

Date

August 17, 2013 08:08 AM EDT

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Date

August 13, 2013 11:47 AM EDT

Description

Leaves opposite and entire. Yellow flowers consisting of five regular parts. Found in the Tamarack Bog.

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What

fringed loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

Observer

bheitzman

Date

August 4, 2013 06:48 PM EDT

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What

fringed loosestrife Lysimachia ciliata

Observer

bheitzman

Date

August 3, 2013 06:22 PM EDT

Description

Yellow herb with 5-petal flowers, whiich notably face downward but not in a pendant manner.

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Description from Wikipedia

Lysimachia ciliata (fringed loosestrife) is a species of flowering plant in the Myrsinaceae family. It is an erect, herbaceous perennial growing to 120 cm (47 in) tall and 60 cm (24 in) broad, with opposite, simple leaves, and smooth, green stems. The star-shaped yellow flowers are borne in midsummer. It is native to North America, including most of southern Canada and most of the United States except for the southwest. This plant is notable in that it is one of...

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