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Acebo Ilex aquifolium

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karavanslyck

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Abril 24, 2012

Descripción

Walking down towards Ravenna Park and inside the park itself there were several holly bushes. They were not very big in size

Acebo - Photo (c) Alesa Dam, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
Identificación de chimeravo: Acebo (Ilex aquifolium)
Añadido el 29 mayo 2012.
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Amor del Hortelano Galium aparine

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karavanslyck

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Abril 1, 2012

Descripción

This plant was a little sticky and had very small leaves that were opposite. It grew on the ground in a marshy area and was not very tall.

Amor del Hortelano - Photo (c) Laura Breeden, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de chimeravo: Amor del Hortelano (Galium aparine)
Añadido el 29 mayo 2012.
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Sangre de Toro Rumex acetosella

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ashersh

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Mayo 12, 2012
Lengua de Pájaro - Photo (c) Ольга Курякова, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de chimeravo: Sangre de Toro (Rumex acetosella)
Añadido el 29 mayo 2012.
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ashersh

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Abril 17, 2012
Lysichiton americanus - Photo (c) Janet Crum, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
Identificación de chimeravo: Lysichiton americanus, un miembro de Coles de Zorrillo (Género Lysichiton)
Añadido el 29 mayo 2012.
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ashersh

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Mayo 12, 2012
Frangula purshiana - Photo (c) tewksjj, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by Joshua Tewksbury
Identificación de chimeravo: Frangula purshiana, un miembro de Espinos, Coyotillos, Cuerniblancos Y Parientes (Familia Rhamnaceae)
Añadido el 29 mayo 2012.
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Escoba Rubia Cytisus scoparius

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ashersh

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Mayo 12, 2012
Escoba Rubia - Photo (c) wayne tucker, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-ND)
Identificación de chimeravo: Escoba Rubia (Cytisus scoparius)
Añadido el 29 mayo 2012.
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Pasto de Olor Anthoxanthum odoratum

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ashersh

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Mayo 12, 2012
Zacate Primavera - Photo (c) Svetlana Nesterova, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de chimeravo: Pasto de Olor (Anthoxanthum odoratum)
Añadido el 29 mayo 2012.
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Sangre de Toro Rumex acetosella

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tessaf

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Mayo 12, 2012 10:00 AM PDT

Descripción

For more information on the habitat, vegetation, and weather of the Riparian Zone this specimen came from, please see the journal entry specific to that location from May 12, 2012. This sheep sorrel was found growing in the same little island of greenery that I found the sweet vernal grass in. The sheep sorrel was growing in a small patch and had small, arrow shaped leaves with smaller maroon flowers. This particular specimen had flowered at this point. This plant has edible leaves that taste like lemon. It is related to spinach, but should not be eaten in large amounts. It is considered an extremely noxious weed and is very hard to control.

Lengua de Pájaro - Photo (c) Ольга Курякова, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de chimeravo: Sangre de Toro (Rumex acetosella)
Añadido el 28 mayo 2012.
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tessaf

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Mayo 12, 2012 11:44 AM PDT

Descripción

For more information on the habitat, vegetation, and weather of Money Creek, the area in which this species was found, please see the journal entry for May 12, 2012 here on iNaturalist. This trillium ovatum was a common sight on the forest floor at this camp ground. It was surrounded by other similar plants, though this was the only one I could find that was flowering. It had large, oval shaped leaves and a striking large, purple flower with skinny petals. It is common in the western United States and often grows in the shade of western red cedars and bigleaf maples, as this specimen was.

Trillium ovatum - Photo (c) Brent Miller, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
Identificación de chimeravo: Trillium ovatum, un miembro de Gusanillos, Saboejas Y Parientes (Familia Melanthiaceae)
Añadido el 28 mayo 2012.
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Pasto de Olor Anthoxanthum odoratum

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tessaf

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Mayo 12, 2012 09:48 AM PDT

Descripción

For more information on the habitat, vegetation, and weather of the Riparian Zone this specimen came from, please see the journal entry specific to that location from May 12, 2012. This species of grass was growing in small patches in various places along the trail. This one in particular came from a small island of greenery in the middle of the gravel parking lot at the riparian zone. This grass is another invasive species native to California that was flowering at this time of year. It throws up white flower spikes that catch pollen.

Zacate Primavera - Photo (c) Svetlana Nesterova, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de chimeravo: Pasto de Olor (Anthoxanthum odoratum)
Añadido el 28 mayo 2012.
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mossy

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Mayo 27, 2012

Descripción

Here is salal growing right in town not far from a little creek in the parking lot of Niel's pharmacy.

I think watercress grows here too, I see people picking it.

Gaultheria shallon - Photo (c) Paul Larson, todos los derechos reservados
Identificación de chimeravo: Gaultheria shallon, un miembro de Capulincillos Y Arrayanes (Género Gaultheria)
Añadido el 28 mayo 2012.
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Pinabetes Género Picea

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mossy

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Mayo 27, 2012

Descripción

This is the same as the spruce that grows in my yard but a few branches have escaped from pruning and really show that they are spruce. The pruned branches look just like my mystery bush.

Picea sitchensis - Photo (c) Mike Patterson, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de chimeravo: Picea sitchensis, un miembro de Pinabetes (Género Picea)
Añadido el 28 mayo 2012.
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Tuya Gigante Thuja plicata

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bluehoneysugar

Fecha

Mayo 26, 2012

Descripción

One of the first trees I have come to learn. Very flat needles.

Tuya Gigante - Photo (c) Nicholas Sly, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de chimeravo: Tuya Gigante (Thuja plicata)
Añadido el 28 mayo 2012.
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lmcthe01

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Abril 13, 2012

Descripción

A Tree I found a bird's nest in. Bark looks cracked, with some presence of lichen. Looks deciduous. Has small leaves growing not only on the branches on the top of the tree, but also near the bottom of the tree.

Acer macrophyllum - Photo (c) josh jackson, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de chimeravo: Acer macrophyllum, un miembro de Maples o Arces (Género Acer)
Añadido el 19 abril 2012.
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akumar

Fecha

Marzo 31, 2012

Descripción

for context, see daily account for 3/31 at Pack Forest. i only observed a single trillium the entire hike. there are three leaves on a single stalk, and three petals to the white flower that had not quite bloomed yet.

Trillium - Photo (c) bjkauffman, todos los derechos reservados
Identificación de chimeravo: Género Trillium, un miembro de Gusanillos, Saboejas Y Parientes (Familia Melanthiaceae)
Añadido el 03 abril 2012.
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