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owdegroff

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Agosto 11, 2022 12:39 PM MDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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lucel_2448

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Diciembre 22, 2022 09:52 AM -05

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priscilla

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Julio 15, 2022 12:48 PM EDT

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santillanaale

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Agosto 21, 2022 02:46 PM MST

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Trucha Arcoiris (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

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scoot

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Noviembre 20, 2022 08:04 PM MST

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alison_pollack

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Febrero 8, 2020 09:18 PM HST

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freejinn

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Abril 26, 2022 04:29 PM MDT

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Grosellero de Misuri (Ribes missouriense)

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ken-potter

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Abril 28, 2017 03:25 PM EDT

Descripción

Pinckney Cemetery

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macktawa

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Julio 2, 2021 08:05 AM MDT

Lugar

Sandy (Google, OSM)

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Grosella de Montaña (Ribes alpinum)

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mariastaffieri

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Agosto 17, 2021 04:32 PM UTC

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voleman

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Abril 9, 2022 10:07 AM PDT

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filipptralala

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Enero 26, 2022 10:30 AM PST

Descripción

Pink flowers and hairy leaves

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aparrot1

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Octubre 31, 2022 12:09 PM PDT

Descripción

Blood Currant (Ribes sanguineum var. glutinosum) Native, perennial, sparsely hairy-glandular shrub that grows in moist shaded woodlands (unlike Chaparral Currant that grows in drier chaparral and oak woodlands). It also differs in having a style that is not hairy and leaves that are bright to dark green, thinner, less textured, less glandular, and not tomentose underneath. Flowers are small, 1-25, pink, 5-petaled, in pendant clusters. Peak bloom time: Springtime, February-April.

The local references list the ssp. only, and call it Pink Flowering Currant (Ribes sanguineum glutinosum)

Monterey County Wildflowers: a Field Guide, Yeager and Mitchell, 2016, p. 80.

Plants of Monterey County: an Illustrated Field Key, 2nd edition, Matthews and Mitchell, 2015, pp. 186-187.

Flora of Fort Ord: Monterey County, California, David Styer, 2019, p, 134.

Jepson eFlora https://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/eflora/eflora_display.php?tid=65190

Oregon Flora Ribes sanguineum (photo)
https://oregonflora.org/taxa/index.php?taxon=7892

Oregon Flora (genus Ribes overview)
https://oregonflora.org/taxa/index.php?taxon=1366

Confirmed observation nearby https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/105685929

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Chaparral Currant (Ribes malvaceum). Native, perennial, glandular shrub that grows in drier chaparral and oak woodland habitat. Stems are generally erect, glandular, with no nodal spines. Leaves are yellowish-green or dull green, coarsely to finely toothed, 2--5 cm, textured, densely glandular-hairy, and tomentose underneath. Flowers are small, 1-25, pink, 5-petaled, in pendant clusters. Styles are hairy (unlike Ribes sanguineum that does not have hairy styles). Winter bloom time: October-April. Pollinated by mainly bees and hummingbirds. Fruit is dark purple, 6-7 mm, dry and bitter tasting.

Jepson eFlora https://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/eflora/eflora_display.php?tid=41418

Plants of Monterey County: an Illustrated Field Key, 2nd edition, Matthews and Mitchell, 2015, pp. 186-187.

Flora of Fort Ord: Monterey County, California, David Styer, 2019, p. 141.

Monterey County Wildflowers: a Field Guide, Yeager and Mitchell, 2016, p. 80.

Oregon Flora (genus Ribes overview)
https://oregonflora.org/taxa/index.php?taxon=1366

Good discussion of Ribes distinguishing characteristics https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/105697022

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In comparison

Ribes sanguineum var. glutinosum

Jepson eFlora https://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/eflora/eflora_display.php?tid=65190

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zookanthos

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Abril 27, 2018 05:20 PM MDT

Descripción

Yellow flowers. Shrub.

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dgreenberger

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Mayo 19, 2018 02:27 PM PDT

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Zorra del Ártico (Vulpes lagopus)

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Septiembre 12, 2022 11:15 AM CEST

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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Agosto 22, 2016 12:05 PM CDT

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finzelflowers

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Mayo 16, 2021 03:34 PM CDT

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bryanto

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Julio 27, 2019 09:41 AM MDT

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shayneanderson1

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Junio 26, 2020 01:49 PM MDT

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clabsauce

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Agosto 21, 2021 03:45 PM MDT

Descripción

There were dozens of these in the surrounding clearing; note what I think to be cactus bug egg sacs nearby as well. I gotta remember to come back here when these are all in flower, should be a stunning shot!

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abelkinser

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Junio 2019

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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thehippyrichys

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Junio 9, 2020 05:29 PM MDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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thehippyrichys

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Julio 13, 2019 06:53 PM MDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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radamisprime

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Mayo 15, 2021 08:05 AM MDT

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kfinn

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Octubre 30, 2014 05:47 PM SAST

Descripción

Captured during mark-recapture research at the Kalahari Research Centre.

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clabsauce

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Octubre 11, 2022 09:30 AM MDT

Descripción

This observation shows two different individuals growing side-by-side, overlooking the Bell Canyon Waterfall. One of these individuals was a very large plant that was a prolific producer of some of the largest fruits that I've ever seen on this species, which was surprising because I would have thought that all the fruits would have fallen off, been eaten, or dried up by this point in the season. It was even in a pretty open area, so you would have expected for birds to have picked them all off, but there were still lots of juicy berries on the plants.

I tried a few of the large ones and they had a very similar taste to that of Ribes viscosissimum's fruits -- somewhat reminiscent of vanilla ice cream and overall pleasant to taste. The palatability does vary with size in this species though, because the small berries are dry, seedy, pretty much tasteless and overall not much worth eating, with only the large fresh berries being worth it, as opposed to R. viscosissimum's similar-tasting but bigger fruits which are always going to be large enough to be worth eating.

It was growing right next to a small stream that fed into the river, so perhaps the extra water is what allowed this one to produce such large fruits. There were lower-growing and smaller individuals growing in the nearby shade, but these two were mostly in sun and were the only ones I saw with fruits.

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lianamay

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Mayo 20, 2018 03:20 PM EDT

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megladon540

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Febrero 2022

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Privado

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lagoondon

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Septiembre 25, 2022 04:01 PM PDT

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heather_gilbert

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Agosto 19, 2021 12:45 PM MDT

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jimtietz

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Junio 23, 2022 01:53 PM PDT

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logan-berner

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Septiembre 21, 2022 03:39 PM AKDT

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zharkikh

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Julio 19, 2022 12:01 PM MDT

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jaredmanninen

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Mayo 29, 2022 06:27 AM PDT

Descripción

This ID seems a bit suspect. Half of iNat's recommendation were for Oak Gooseberry, and then there's at least one or two submissions of European Gooseberry. That said, all of the obs for Desert, Oak, and European Gooseberry here on iNat (in the Tahoe region) are unconfirmed. So, whatever insight you can provide would be much appreciated :)

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ranae

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Agosto 6, 2021 06:16 PM PDT

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ipomopsis

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Mayo 22, 2022 02:13 PM PDT

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Grosella de Montaña (Ribes alpinum)

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lauzudey

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Agosto 12, 2022 03:56 PM MDT

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sacjackson

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Julio 18, 2021 10:33 AM MDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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hreavis

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Junio 23, 2022 06:36 PM MDT

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zachcoury

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Septiembre 10, 2022 09:09 AM MDT

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zachcoury

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Septiembre 8, 2022 09:26 AM MDT

Descripción

Wow neat I didn’t know this was here! New comps yeehaww

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toadwarrior

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Mayo 16, 2022 12:46 PM MDT

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stewartwechsler

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Agosto 5, 2020 04:58 PM PDT

Descripción

Roughly 7 generations growing in this spot, all self seeded since I brought three seeds here from the foothills of the Olympic Mountains 15 years ago. Thousands of plants here now. The ground is now covered with pappus hairs from this year’s seeds. As all of these plants are self-seeded it fits the iNaturalist definition of "wild", but I also thought people should know this is not part of a population that has persisted here since before European contact.

This species was on a list I found 21 years ago of those native species that hadn’t been recorded in Seattle in decades when I started studying how to identify them all, and just what habitats they naturally grew in, and looking for where I could find wild seed of the species on that list from sites physically and ecologically close to Seattle, to try planting in the most promising spots here.

I started with the goal of helping the recovery of butterfly species that had become rare in, or had disappeared from, Seattle, and knew thistles to be important as both butterfly nectar, and host (caterpillar food) plants, and had learned that all 4 of Seattle's native thistle species were on that list of our lost species. So I am pleased to see a bit of improved butterfly habitat in this spot where this native thistle is thriving again!

I’ve since spent 15 years weeding this site and controlling the Artichoke Plume Moths https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/319034-Platyptilia-carduidactylus, the best I can, as the mother plants sent their offspring to occupy the growing patch of land vacated by my weeding around them. I also have a significant problem with non-viable seed, more later in the season, than with the initial crop, which I believe is due to predation of the receptacles, where the seeds develop, by Rhinocyllus conicus - the Nodding Thistle Receptacle Weevil https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/229899-Rhinocyllus-conicus .

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Hierba Pegajosa de Bigotes Rojos (Polanisia dodecandra)

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baigl

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Agosto 25, 2022 04:11 AM MDT

Descripción

Spicy, pungent smell. Dry, exposed soil.

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danplant

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Mayo 4, 2022 02:38 PM -05

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graydonwph

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Mayo 18, 2020 10:33 AM MDT

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jamesjarrett00

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Julio 30, 2022

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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kantcars

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Agosto 21, 2021 11:27 AM MDT

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rick_williams

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Julio 23, 2016 12:39 PM MDT

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eamason

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Septiembre 30, 2021 11:04 AM MDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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calong

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Julio 31, 2018 10:30 AM MDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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jtsu

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Abril 13, 2019 09:43 AM MDT

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Siemprevivas (Género Sedum)

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parker_hopkins

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Agosto 22, 2022 02:37 PM MDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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kueda

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Septiembre 5, 2014 06:18 PM PDT

Descripción

Bristly stems, which suggests R. menziesii, but the the unspined, hairy fruit might suggest R. amarum. Found in oak/bay woodland near a creek.

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bfgoff

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Agosto 21, 2022 01:07 PM PDT

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matsonburger

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Julio 24, 2014 02:23 PM PDT

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Grosellas Y Capulincillos (Género Ribes)

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kristenwaring

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Agosto 18, 2022 07:36 AM MST

Descripción

No spines; leaf surface pubescent above and below. No berries or flowers present. Which Ribes?

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liquidgold

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Agosto 20, 2022 12:24 PM MDT

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Delicious

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frandsong

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Mayo 29, 2019 02:00 PM MDT

Descripción

right atop Delicate Arch

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rickc4548

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Junio 21, 2022 04:58 AM CEST

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baileyarcillan

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Julio 31, 2022 02:06 PM AKDT

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lilly76

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Agosto 9, 2021 10:11 AM PDT

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bborgmannwinter

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Agosto 5, 2022 01:51 PM MDT

Descripción

Sweet, tangy

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jansalpines

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Julio 3, 2019 12:51 PM CEST

Descripción

Saussurea spec?

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yayemaster

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Abril 26, 2022 01:27 PM MDT

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Gayuba (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)

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zachcoury

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Julio 14, 2022 11:26 AM MDT

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zachcoury

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Julio 14, 2022 02:14 PM MDT

Descripción

fairly abundant here forming large carpets in the granitic soil

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chris_earle

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Junio 29, 2018 09:32 AM PDT

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drew_meyer

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Julio 3, 2022 11:31 AM PDT

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Tamariscos (Género Tamarix)

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clabsauce

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Junio 12, 2021 07:57 PM MDT

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Nopal de la Cochinilla (Opuntia cochenillifera)

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antrozousamelia

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Agosto 12, 2016 01:10 PM PDT

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Paloma Doméstica (Columba livia ssp. domestica)

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susanhewitt

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Enero 22, 2019 03:20 PM EST

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azitaroshani

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Agosto 15, 2020 12:51 PM PDT

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Varas de Oro (Género Solidago)

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clabsauce

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Agosto 21, 2021 03:40 PM MDT