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brettjackson

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Febrero 20, 2021 04:12 PM CST

Descripción

From Riddle's description:

  • "On dead leaves of Celtis, Cornus, Ulmus, etc.; 0.7-1.5mm. in
    height, stipitate, honey-yellow to russet. Apparently confined to the warmer portion of the United States: specimens examined from New Jersey, North and South Carolina, Louisiana, Texas; and recorded from Alabama."

  • Riddle, Lincoln W. “Observations on the Genus Acrospermum.” Mycologia, vol. 12, no. 4, 1920, p. 178

Characteristics supporting Riddle's variety from this observation:

  • Found on dead, fallen Ulmus sp. leaves
  • Found in Texas
  • Honey-colored
  • Tapered section of fruiting body alone is already 0.66 mm long; likely ~0.9 mm when the base is included

Notes:

  • Fruiting bodies were present on both sides of the leaf
  • I have accidentally observed this species/variety in the background of this observation

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brettjackson

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Abril 26, 2020 03:39 PM CDT

Descripción

Only Gymnosporangium sp. that infects Crataegus marshallii as the genus is described by Kern

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pufferchung

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Octubre 7, 2021 10:15 AM CDT

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Lake Corpus Christi State Park
I am not 100% sure, ID please thank you very much.
Found these next to Lake Corpus Christi

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sunflowerguy

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Septiembre 18, 2006 04:31 PM PDT

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Daytona Beach. This is the only known population known to exist outside of coastal Texas. originally seen in 1981 by USDA researchers and again in 2006.

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Alfalfilla (Dicliptera resupinata)

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sonorabee

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Noviembre 14, 2020 11:27 AM CST

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pisum

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Octubre 13, 2019 08:56 AM CDT

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i came across this plant in a prairie area. as i usually do for plants with purple flowers like this, i took a closer look to see what kind of plant this was. probably not Conoclinium coelestinum, since the flowers looked wrong. probably more like a Chromolaena, but not really like Chromolaena odorata. the leaves were different... could this be the fabled Chromolaena ivifolia?

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Hierba Mora (Okenia hypogaea)

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linaceae

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A state-listed Endangered species. Beach dune on Virginia Key, Miami-Dade County, Florida.

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Orquídeas Coral (Género Bletia)

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aidancampos

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Octubre 2021

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

County record for the genus unless I’ve missed a record somewhere

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eric_keith

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Marzo 2004

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Several dozen plants on saline slicks. Photo by Jason Singhurst.

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eric_keith

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Febrero 2004

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Saline glade

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Bejuco de Cachorra (Dolichandra unguis-cati)

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rednat

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Mayo 1, 2021 07:33 PM CDT

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Russ Pitman Park

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Vides o Parras (Género Vitis)

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pisum

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Mayo 2, 2021 04:09 PM CDT

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eric_keith

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Abril 30, 2021 01:02 PM CDT

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kathymcaleese

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Mayo 28, 2017 03:59 PM CDT

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gcwarbler

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Enero 27, 2019 11:52 AM CST

Descripción

This is a mystery shrub (to me). Several of these were growing in a wet spot along the begining of a trail at the Nature Center at Galveston Island SP. They consisted of a rather stiff straight vertical stem about 4 to 5 ft tall with a few large, thick, lanceolate leaves near the top and conspicuous "winter buds" up and down the reddish stems. I can't even put this into a plant family.

Additional info: Based on known size of my hand, the larger leaf I am holding has a blade length of 11.1 cm, width 3.6 cm, and a petiole length est. as 2.4 cm.

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dan_johnson

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Mayo 3, 2021 09:06 AM CDT

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Abril 29, 2021 02:46 PM CDT

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Plantas con Flores (Subfilo Angiospermae)

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slorimor

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Diciembre 25, 2020 12:40 PM CST

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sambiology

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Julio 12, 2018 02:24 PM CDT

Descripción

I went down to Austin TPWD headquarters to get a replacement truck -- the previous one had over 100K miles, so I got a new one! :) On the way back north, I visited this incredible park, Bull Creek District Park, to see some of the plants that Andy, Eric, and Joshua (among others) have seen. Really cool place.

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embrenhar

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Abril 14, 2021 03:47 PM CDT

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eric_keith

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Abril 17, 2017 03:07 PM CDT

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japearce

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Marzo 19, 2017 02:23 PM CDT

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knightericm

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Abril 7, 2019 03:44 PM CDT

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bob777

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Mayo 18, 2013 09:44 AM CDT

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mabernathy

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Abril 26, 2017 10:47 AM CDT

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lappelbaum

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Mayo 4, 2014 09:21 AM CDT

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eric_keith

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Abril 28, 2019 12:09 PM CDT

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paulines

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Junio 3, 2007 11:02 AM CDT

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kleboeuf517

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Noviembre 2020

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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Tiburón Leopardo (Triakis semifasciata)

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fundad

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Julio 25, 2009 01:05 PM PDT

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eric_keith

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Abril 30, 2015 08:09 AM CDT

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In wetland pine savanna.

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greglasley

Fecha

Junio 2003

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Georgia Satyr
Neonympha areolata
Pitcher Plant Trail
Big Thicket National Preserve
Tyler Co., TX
6 June 2003

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jamesgiroux

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Marzo 2018

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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humblegardener

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Abril 27, 2020 09:55 AM CDT
Plants

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Plantas (Reino Plantae)

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kandice2

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Abril 24, 2020 06:01 PM UTC

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humblegardener

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Abril 24, 2020 02:52 PM CDT

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Polilla Blanca de Salares (Estigmene acrea)

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sebert

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Marzo 2017

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Whoa, bizarre!

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sambiology

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Abril 21, 2020 09:11 PM CDT

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Did a zoom presentation this evening, so I decided to toss up a blacklight at the office. A few bugs showed up!

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old-bean-adams

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Big Thicket National Preserve

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eric_keith

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Abril 21, 2017 02:54 PM CDT

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Mariposa Hojarasca Norteña (Anaea andria)

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justamber

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Octubre 19, 2019 03:34 PM HST

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Marzo 12, 2020 06:57 PM EDT

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Feeling from the trees like rain

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knightericm

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Julio 21, 2019 10:25 AM CDT

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Alcanforero Asiático (Cinnamomum camphora)

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janetwright

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Marzo 5, 2020 09:24 AM CST

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Mixed woods along tidal bayou

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tuff13

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Marzo 2019

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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colinpurrington

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Febrero 23, 2017 10:47 AM EST

Descripción

Sclerotia under the bark of a decaying pine tree.

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Equinácea Pálida (Echinacea pallida)

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ladeau

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Mayo 27, 2019 08:37 AM UTC

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sbetzen

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Junio 20, 2016 12:53 PM CDT

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joeysantore

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Febrero 4, 2020 07:25 PM PST

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Jaguar (Panthera onca)

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dean_g

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Agosto 2015

Descripción

Location is accurate to mountain, obscured for protection.

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Colias Ártica Blanca (Colias nastes)

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upupamartin

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Junio 26, 2019 05:36 PM CDT

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jessepearl

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Octubre 14, 2018 05:44 PM CDT

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Liquidámbar Chino (Liquidambar formosana)

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eric_keith

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Abril 26, 2019 07:03 PM CDT

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bob777

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Mayo 1, 2012 10:39 AM CDT

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Carrizo (Phragmites australis)

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douggoldman

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Septiembre 16, 2019 03:41 PM EDT

Descripción

Both subsp. americanus (native to North America) and subsp. australis (introduced to North America) are found at this site, sometimes growing intermixed. In the photos the former is indicated with an “N” and the latter with an “I”. On the date I visited this site, 16 September 2019, these are the differences I observed with living stems between the two subspecies:

•Relative stem height: subsp. americanus usually shorter, subsp. australis usually taller.
•Relative stem spacing: subsp. americanus usually more dispersed, subsp. australis usually denser (rarely solitary).
•Stem breaking: subsp. americanus fibrous and hard to break off, subsp. australis often breaks off easily.
•Stem color (lower/older internodes): subsp. americanus red and often shiny, subsp. australis yellow-green and not shiny.
•Stem texture (lower/older internodes): subsp. americanus smooth, subsp. australis minutely ridged.
•Stem & leaf sheath dots: subsp. americanus often present, subsp. australis absent.
•Leaf condition: subsp. americanus has lots of senescence, subsp. australis generally are healthy.
•Margins of upper leaves near panicle: subsp. americanus finely serrated, subsp. australis coarsely serrated.
•Sterile stems more abundant than fertile: subsp. americanus yes, subsp. australis no.
•Panicle branches for panicles of similar length: subsp. americanus fewer, subsp. australis more.
•Panicle branch spacing: subsp. americanus farther, subsp. australis closer.
•Flowering status: subsp. americanus finished flowering, subsp. australis flowering.

There probably are other characteristics I overlooked that distinguish these two subspecies from each other. Perhaps these characteristics listed above hold up at other sites in North America. I don’t use leaf color to tell them apart because although some clones of subsp. australis are strongly blue-green, some clones of that subspecies are more green or yellow-green. See this observation for an illustration: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/30610594

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eric_keith

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Mayo 31, 2016 10:17 AM CDT

Descripción

Burned deep sandy field. Abundant in Fort Boggy State Park.

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Línce Canadiense (Lynx canadensis)

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tikaani

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Junio 20, 2013

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On an 88 degree day this lynx was napping right on the Triple Lakes Trail!

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Julio 2019

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glsasser

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Julio 2019

Descripción

Counted nearly 100 individuals within just 200 feet of the muddy banks alongside a seepage stream, primarily dominated by Cliftonia. Most plants ranged between 5 and 7 feet high, likely due to the heavy shade.
With Arnoglossum sulcatum, Platanthera cristata, Xyris iridifolia, Dulichium arundinaceum

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Milano Tijereta (Elanoides forficatus)

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alyssacritters

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Abril 29, 2019 06:34 PM EDT

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Heard the kite smack into a tree branch and didn't realize what it was doing until it dropped this guy from above!

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gcwarbler

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Octubre 14, 2016 01:57 PM CDT

Descripción

"Looking down the rabbit hole"! I tried to see what insects could be identified in the depths of some of the pitcher plants but mostly I just saw insect soup. This one moth hadn't quite dropped all the way down in. It looks to me, from this poor angle, to possibly be Schinia arcigera. It was about the right size and I see an obvious dark-light-dark banding from the head, across the FWs to the far margin of the wings.

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mattbuckingham

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Junio 2015

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Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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bob777

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Abril 23, 2002

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Falso Helecho de Arroz (Pilea microphylla)

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dendrocygna

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Enero 2019

Lugar

Texas, US (Google, OSM)

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janetwright

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Enero 20, 2017 08:49 AM CST

Descripción

Pine woods. On Smilax rotundifolia https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/8007831