It's Agalinis time! False foxglove season!

Here's my guide from last year:
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/pfau_tarleton/27184-false-foxgloves-how-to-know-the-species-of-agalinis-in-texas

For those in the Tarrant Co. area, A. auriculata was documented long ago but hasn't been seen since. Is it still hanging on in some out-of-the-way place?

Along the Red River, A. aspera may occur. It's been found on the north side of the river, but not the south side.

The distribution of all of the other species hasn't been well documented. But we made much headway last season!

The identifying characteristics can be quite subtle, so photographs of from multiple angles of all the critical characteristics is important.

Publicado por pfau_tarleton pfau_tarleton, 12 de septiembre de 2020

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Your guide for iNat is excellent, with clear photos & comments documenting all the details necessary for the ID of various species. Thank you for sharing it!

Publicado por franpfer hace casi 2 años (Marca)

I gotta find that Agalinis auriculata!!! :)

Publicado por sambiology hace casi 2 años (Marca)

From TPWD documents
Agalinis auriculata: Known in Texas from one late nineteenth century specimen record labeled -Benbrook-; in Oklahoma, degraded prairies, floodplains, fallow fields, and borders of upland sterile woods; in Arkansas, blackland prairie; Annual; Flowering August - October

Publicado por pfau_tarleton hace casi 2 años (Marca)

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