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Celastro Celastrus orbiculatus

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 04:26 PM CST

Descripción

A dense tangle climbing high up into some large trees and even appearing to have pulled down a few a branches and trees

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Abedul Común Betula pendula

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 04:18 PM CST

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Brusela Vinca minor

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 04:11 PM CST

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Helecho Avestruz Matteuccia struthiopteris

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 04:10 PM CST

Descripción

In what is possibly a relict seep. Near a house. With Pachysandra terminalis. Seemingly planted.

The combination of ostrich fern and Pachysandra also occurs in a wet section of Northern Flatwoods at the northeast end of Bunker Hill Forest Preserve. Both look to have spread at Bunker Hill, with ostrich fern now appearing scattered distantly from the main population.

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 04:09 PM CST

Descripción

In what is possibly a relict seep. Near a house. With Matteucia struthiopteris

The combination of ostrich fern and Pachysandra also occurs in a wet section of Northern Flatwoods at the northeast end of Bunker Hill Forest Preserve. Both look to have spread at Bunker Hill, with ostrich fern now appearing scattered distantly from the main population. The Pachysandra has only spread vegetatively, but has done so extensively. The population in this observation also appears extensive, but was obscured by snow

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 04:00 PM CST

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In what is possibly a relict seep. This area was densely covered with shrubs, and therefore rather shaded. A high proportion of the shrubs were native species, mainly Fraxinus nigra, Carpinus caroliniana, Viburnum, and Ribes americanum.

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Square

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 03:50 PM CST

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 03:48 PM CST

Descripción

In what is likely a relict seep

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Square

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 03:47 PM CST

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Lechillo Carpinus caroliniana

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 03:46 PM CST

Descripción

In what is likely a relict seep

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 03:40 PM CST

Descripción

In what is likely a relict seep

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Square

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dziomber

Fecha

Febrero 8, 2020 03:25 PM CST

Descripción

Maybe? Or just T. latifolia

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Carrizo Phragmites australis

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dziomber

Fecha

Febrero 8, 2020 03:13 PM CST

Descripción

Must return to determine whether this is the native variety. The loose colony, lack of persistent leaves, and possibly larger glumes suggest this may be the native variety.

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 03:02 PM CST

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In an engineered section of the floodplain of the Middle Fork of the Chicago River near what once would have been the confluence of the Skokie River.

The short, deltate teeth on the margins of the valves suggest this hybrid

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Artemisa Artemisia vulgaris

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 02:57 PM CST

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 02:56 PM CST

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dziomber

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Febrero 8, 2020 02:29 PM CST

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dziomber

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Febrero 2, 2020 01:04 AM CST

Descripción

In a house, although it's possible that this spider hitched a ride indoors from a natural area at some point. It's body was around 5-10mm long

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dziomber

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Septiembre 24, 2018 01:53 PM CDT

Descripción

Best guess based on iNat image recognition. Bugguide images look like a good match. I can't find any easily available info on IDing this species

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dziomber

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Junio 8, 2019

Descripción

Wet savanna at the edge of a seep and shrubby prairie with a diverse assemblage of sedges including Carex shortiana, C. gracilescens, C. stipata, C. typhina, C. muskingumensis, C. lupulina, C. gracillima, and C. alopecoidea.

Lemmas with cobwebby basal tufts. Only 3 nerves prominent. Keel and marginal nerves densely pubescent on the basal third, intermediate nerves glabrous. P. nemoralis shares the aforementioned traits, but has a ligule only up to 1mm long. The longest remaining ligule on this stem (photo 4) was a little over 1.5mm, which is on the small side for this species. For what it's worth I recall these plants had larger ligules when I collected this specimen. And the callus was rather densely hairy (photo 3) until I pulled bits of it off to better show the pubescence of the nerves. P. nemoralis has calluses that are only slightly hairy. I might add another pic of one of the cobwebby calluses at some point.

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dziomber

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Junio 8, 2019 11:34 PM CDT

Descripción

Wet savanna with diverse sedges and Poa palustris

Long ligules up to about 7mm (photo 6). Scabrous culms (photo 7, culm is farther to the right), pedicels, and keels of lemmas (photos 4 and 5)

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dziomber

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Julio 12, 2019

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Square

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dziomber

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Enero 12, 2020 04:35 PM CST

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dziomber

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Enero 12, 2020 03:05 PM CST

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Square

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dziomber

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Agosto 25, 2019 06:06 PM CDT

Descripción

Foreground, center-right

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Square

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dziomber

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Enero 6, 2020 03:47 PM CST

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Square

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dziomber

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Enero 6, 2020 03:45 PM CST

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Square

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dziomber

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Enero 6, 2020 03:42 PM CST

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dziomber

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Junio 4, 2018

Descripción

Wet acidic sand prairie opening in a Sand Flatwoods complex on beach-ridge plain.

This was one of the easier species in Dichanthelium sect. lanuginosum that I've ever keyed out. It keyed easily to this species in Flora of the Chicago Region, Vascular Flora of Illinois, and Thomas's 2015 revision of the section.

Ligules >1.7mm (~2mm, photo 4). Proximal sheathes sparsely pubescent (photo 6). Distal sheathes nearly glabrous (photo 7). Leaves ciliate basally (photo 8). Spikelets up to about 1.3mm, obtuse, and pubescent (photo 5). Leaves >6cm long.

The stems are a bit "wiry" and the spikelets are on the low end of the range for this species, but Thomas, 2015 notes that some specimens of this species from the Great Lakes can be gracile compared to typical D. lindheimeri and may represent an undescribed taxon.

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Square

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dziomber

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Enero 4, 2020 04:42 PM CST
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