Right before meeting with some folks at Audubon, I stopped by Exall Park and ate some breakfast. :)
Small yellow flower and small plant in grassy area next to loop parking.
Right before the North Texas Master Naturalist board meeting, I ate some dinner at this little park. :)
Enjoyed going to Little Fossil Park in Haltom City this evening. :) I ran out of daylight though, so I'll have to come back -- next time with a dip net to catch some aquatics.
Stopped by Tyre Park in Arlington -- not the safest feeling park... but there was a pond and some nature. :)
Right before I presented to a group of kiddos at a Dallas Public Library, I went to this park to catch some bugs to show-and-tell. :)
Look what I found! Another dot for the map in the drier western part of the range. Fairly common but not dominant in the mown lawn there.
Calyptocarpus is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, Asteraceae. The name is derived from the Greek kalypto ("covered or hidden") and karpos ("fruit"). Species are distributed in the southern United States, Mexico, and Central America.