Today, I went to the "Native Plants and Prairies Day" at White Rock Lake. I led a group of folks on an iNaturalist walk (which ended up with me holding lots of plants that kiddos brought me). It was really fun.
Also, we had a nice memorial to our good friend @jim-botany -- we scattered some wildflower seeds in his honor and spoke of what a wonderful legacy he leaves. Rest in peace, my friend.
After I ate dinner, I stopped by this park at Dalworthington Gardens. Saw neat things, yet again. :)
After I gave a presentation to employees at DFW airport on urban biology (and of course, I mentioned iNat!), I stopped at this park to eat lunch. It's a neat park -- I'll have to come back to spend more time later.
Found in field near Seguin Hall parking lot. At Texas Lutheran University. Seguin, TX.
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.