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Calabaza (Cucurbita pepo)

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douggoldman

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Septiembre 24, 2021 a las 11:50 MAÑANA EDT

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stegmanno

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Noviembre 22, 2021 a las 09:35 MAÑANA EST

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Odd deformity

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zirick

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Noviembre 8, 2023 a las 03:45 TARDE CST

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Cebollín (Cyperus esculentus)

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matt-moore

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Julio 2022

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Plantas con Flores (Subfilo Angiospermae)

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jmo38

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Octubre 31, 2023 a las 01:00 TARDE CDT

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Junio 2022

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Significantly outside previously reported range. Multiple plants including a couple of small trees in two separate groups. Found along lower slopes of wooded valley near creek. In association with mountain-laurel, Piedmont azalea, common sweetleaf, sourwood, chalkbark maple, and common witch-hazel.

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Encinos o Robles Blancos (Sección Quercus)

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Octubre 2023

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Liquen Tripa de Roca (Umbilicaria mammulata)

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sunguramy

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Octubre 12, 2023 a las 12:49 TARDE EDT

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these were HUGE

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chestnutoak1979

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Septiembre 26, 2023 a las 02:38 TARDE CDT

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Prairie tract

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Agosto 2023

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New population discovered.

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jeffgarner

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Octubre 18, 2022 a las 11:09 MAÑANA CDT

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alabamaplants

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Junio 2023

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destes

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Junio 3, 2021 a las 03:43 TARDE CDT

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finzelflowers

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Mayo 2021

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Aguacate (Persea americana)

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ianberry3732

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Julio 6, 2019 a las 02:59 TARDE EDT

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Albino atacado?

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Abril 2022

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This plant appears to be an undocumented wild hybrid of Alabama cherry and black cherry, Prunus alabamensis × serotina.

At present, iNat ranks Alabama cherry as a variety of black cherry, P. serotina var. alabamensis. This contradicts regional authorities, such as Weakley's Flora of the Southeastern United States, which regard it as species. Species rank is usually recognized for much less than what separates these taxa. Unfortunately, POWO has yet to be brought up to date with regional authorities, and iNat's toxonomy is based on POWO.

Comparison images included hybrid leaf alongside leaves from parent species.

What cannot be appreciated from the pictures is the leaf texture. P. serotina leaves are flat and smooth, while P. alabamensis leaves are rough and bumpy due to the hairs and prominent veins. The hybrid is mostly smooth like P. serotina, but the veins are prominent, so it is also bumpy like P. alabamensis.

Pubescence on underside of leaf is intermediate the parent species. P. alabamensis is pubescent over the entire surface, though moreso along the midrib and primary veins. P. serotina is almost entirely glabrous, except for lines of hairs flanking the base of the midrib. The hybrid is mostly pubescent, but patches between the primary veins are almost glabrous.

The hairs of all species are more visible late in the season when they turn a rusty orange color.

In winter condition, P. alabamensis can be distinguished by the presence of a dense mat of simple trichomes along the twigs below the terminal buds, best confirmed with magnification. These trichomes are entirely absent on P. serotina. The hybrid has the expected intermediate trait of scattered but not densely matted trichomes.

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Junio 4, 2019

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Found in Bellfort CenterPoint ROW Prairie. (I was very happy to be spending Pride out on the prairie for the NA Prairie Conference. A little bit of botanical humor here (common name "gay feather") This photo was taken for joy so unfortunately its the only one I have of this specimen)

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Junio 4, 2019

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Found in Bellfort CenterPoint ROW Prairie. (I was very happy to be spending Pride out on the prairie for the NA Prairie Conference. A little bit of botanical humor here (common name "gay feather") This photo was taken for joy so unfortunately its the only one I have of this specimen)