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What

Lance-leaved Water-Willow (Justicia lanceolata)

Observer

jim_keesling

Date

August 29, 2020 08:34 AM CDT
Lance-leaved Water-Willow - Photo (c) Jake Smith, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Jake Smith
soterplantopus's ID: Lance-leaved Water-Willow (Justicia lanceolata)
Added on February 16, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon swap

Photos / Sounds

Observer

arkansawyer

Date

June 1, 2021 11:45 AM CDT
Lance-leaved Water-Willow - Photo (c) Jake Smith, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Jake Smith
soterplantopus's ID: Lance-leaved Water-Willow (Justicia lanceolata)
Added on February 16, 2024
Leading
Added as part of a taxon swap

Photos / Sounds

What

Lance-leaved Water-Willow (Justicia lanceolata)

Observer

jim_keesling

Date

June 22, 2015 10:46 AM CDT

Tags

Lance-leaved Water-Willow - Photo (c) Jake Smith, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Jake Smith
soterplantopus's ID: Lance-leaved Water-Willow (Justicia lanceolata)
Added on February 16, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon swap

Photos / Sounds

What

Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)

Observer

eric_hunt

Date

May 15, 2022 10:41 AM CDT
Queen's Delight - Photo (c) R Snyder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by R Snyder
soterplantopus's ID: Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)
Added on February 11, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon split

Photos / Sounds

What

Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)

Observer

eric_hunt

Date

May 7, 2015 11:29 AM CDT
Queen's Delight - Photo (c) R Snyder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by R Snyder
soterplantopus's ID: Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)
Added on February 11, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon split

Photos / Sounds

What

Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)

Observer

theo_witsell

Date

August 4, 2022 05:57 PM CDT

Description

Sand barrens.

Queen's Delight - Photo (c) R Snyder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by R Snyder
soterplantopus's ID: Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)
Added on February 11, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon split

Photos / Sounds

What

Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)

Observer

jrichardabbott

Date

June 27, 2021
Queen's Delight - Photo (c) R Snyder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by R Snyder
soterplantopus's ID: Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)
Added on February 11, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon split

Photos / Sounds

What

Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)

Observer

jim_keesling

Date

May 3, 2020 11:58 AM CDT
Queen's Delight - Photo (c) R Snyder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by R Snyder
soterplantopus's ID: Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)
Added on February 11, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon split

Photos / Sounds

What

Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)

Observer

jim_keesling

Date

May 3, 2020 11:30 AM CDT
Queen's Delight - Photo (c) R Snyder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA), uploaded by R Snyder
soterplantopus's ID: Queen's Delight (Stillingia sylvatica)
Added on February 11, 2024
Supporting
Added as part of a taxon split

Photos / Sounds

What

Texas Toadflax (Nuttallanthus texanus)

Observer

jim_keesling

Date

February 17, 2020 06:01 PM CST

Description

This plant had opposite to whorled leaves with blades averaging 4 mm long by 2 mm wide, on petioles 0.5 mm long. Leaf tips were acute to rounded. Mature leaves and stems were reddish-purple. Two unopened flowers are shown in the last photo below. They were just 0.2 mm across and appeared to be 3-merous under 30x magnification.

Texas Toadflax - Photo (c) Joe Webb, all rights reserved, uploaded by Joe Webb
soterplantopus's ID: Texas Toadflax (Nuttallanthus texanus)
Added on February 10, 2024
Improving

Photos / Sounds

What

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)

Observer

bobbie79

Date

November 12, 2023 12:49 PM CST
Hairy-faced Spiny Pod - Photo (c) Angela McDonnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Angela McDonnell
soterplantopus's ID: Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)
Added on February 1, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)

Observer

bobbie79

Date

November 12, 2023 12:43 PM CST
Hairy-faced Spiny Pod - Photo (c) Angela McDonnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Angela McDonnell
soterplantopus's ID: Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)
Added on February 1, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)

Observer

joshua_tx

Date

April 16, 2023 10:34 AM CDT

Description

Tyler State Park

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod - Photo (c) Angela McDonnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Angela McDonnell
soterplantopus's ID: Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)
Added on February 1, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)

Observer

jwwalker

Date

May 2, 2022 11:14 AM CDT
Hairy-faced Spiny Pod - Photo (c) Angela McDonnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Angela McDonnell
soterplantopus's ID: Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)
Added on February 1, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)

Observer

annikaml

Date

June 3, 2021 11:31 AM CDT
Hairy-faced Spiny Pod - Photo (c) Angela McDonnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Angela McDonnell
soterplantopus's ID: Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)
Added on February 1, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)

Observer

bobcatbrad

Date

April 24, 2021 12:55 PM EDT
Hairy-faced Spiny Pod - Photo (c) Angela McDonnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Angela McDonnell
soterplantopus's ID: Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)
Added on February 1, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

What

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)

Observer

cosmiccat

Date

May 3, 2020 01:57 PM CDT

Description

Gus Engeling WMA

Hairy-faced Spiny Pod - Photo (c) Angela McDonnell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Angela McDonnell
soterplantopus's ID: Hairy-faced Spiny Pod (Matelea hirtelliflora)
Added on February 1, 2024
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Photos / Sounds

What

Black-eyed Susans and Coneflowers (Genus Rudbeckia)

Observer

zebraweeds

Date

July 10, 2015 01:19 PM CDT

Description

Field of coordinates only

Black-eyed Susans and Coneflowers - Photo no rights reserved, uploaded by Sara L Giles
soterplantopus's ID: Black-eyed Susans and Coneflowers (Genus Rudbeckia)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

jamesbynum001

Date

June 3, 2023 09:52 AM CDT
Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

tomdhernandez

Date

May 20, 2023 08:05 PM CDT
Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
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Photos / Sounds

Observer

texfone

Date

May 17, 2023 06:21 PM CDT
Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

texasalalmo

Date

June 20, 2022 07:09 AM CDT
Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

musselhead

Date

June 12, 2022 11:41 AM CDT
Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sedgehead

Date

June 2, 2022 06:57 PM CDT

Description

The GPS did not work for these six observations of this species, but I know the location of this site very well. It might as well have been GPSed. @boverser reported the yellow flowers of some plants of this species were tinged with red. The photos show more red in some plants than others, but most plants at the site seemed to have no red color at all. One observation was much like the also present species, E. pallida, but had a tinge of yellow and no real indication of having the blue flowers of that species. Rather than call this X var. neglecta, I prefer to call the ones with red in the flowers a form with yellow flowers tinged with varying amounts of red at the base, at least until someone can do further study such as comparative DNA analysis. Also, in the past I have estimated roughly 200-400 flowering stems at this site, mainly by looking along the road while driving. Today, I walked the road and estimated at least 1130 flowers were present with more coming on and a very few additional flowers perhaps unnoticed because a few flowers were past peak.

Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
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Photos / Sounds

Observer

sedgehead

Date

June 2, 2022 06:57 PM CDT

Description

Flowers with a slight reddish/pinkish tinge at the base; flowers very pale yellow but with no trace of blue although bluish C. pallida also grow here.. The GPS did not work for these six observations of this species, but I know the location of this site very well. It might as well have been GPSed. @boverser reported the yellow flowers of some plants of this species were tinged with red. The photos show more red in some plants than others, but most plants at the site seemed to have no red color at all. One observation was much like the also present species, E. pallida, but had a tinge of yellow and no real indication of having the blue flowers of that species. Rather than call this X var. neglecta, I prefer to call the ones with red in the flowers a form with yellow flowers tinged with varying amounts of red at the base, at least until someone can do further study such as comparative DNA analysis. Also, in the past I have estimated roughly 200-400 flowering stems at this site, mainly by looking along the road while driving. Today, I walked the road and estimated at least 1130 flowers were present with more coming on and a very few additional flowers perhaps unnoticed because a few flowers were past peak.

Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sedgehead

Date

June 2, 2022 06:56 PM CDT

Description

Flowers with a slight reddish/pinkish tinge at the base. The GPS did not work for these six observations of this species, but I know the location of this site very well. It might as well have been GPSed. @boverser reported the yellow flowers of some plants of this species were tinged with red. The photos show more red in some plants than others, but most plants at the site seemed to have no red color at all. One observation was much like the also present species, E. pallida, but had a tinge of yellow and no real indication of having the blue flowers of that species. Rather than call this X var. neglecta, I prefer to call the ones with red in the flowers a form with yellow flowers tinged with varying amounts of red at the base, at least until someone can do further study such as comparative DNA analysis. Also, in the past I have estimated roughly 200-400 flowering stems at this site, mainly by looking along the road while driving. Today, I walked the road and estimated at least 1130 flowers were present with more coming on and a very few additional flowers perhaps unnoticed because a few flowers were past peak.

Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sedgehead

Date

June 2, 2022 06:56 PM CDT

Description

Flowers with a slight reddish/pinkish tinge at the base. The GPS did not work for these six observations of this species, but I know the location of this site very well. It might as well have been GPSed. @boverser reported the yellow flowers of some plants of this species were tinged with red. The photos show more red in some plants than others, but most plants at the site seemed to have no red color at all. One observation was much like the also present species, E. pallida, but had a tinge of yellow and no real indication of having the blue flowers of that species. Rather than call this X var. neglecta, I prefer to call the ones with red in the flowers a form with yellow flowers tinged with varying amounts of red at the base, at least until someone can do further study such as comparative DNA analysis. Also, in the past I have estimated roughly 200-400 flowering stems at this site, mainly by looking along the road while driving. Today, I walked the road and estimated at least 1130 flowers were present with more coming on and a very few additional flowers perhaps unnoticed because a few flowers were past peak.

Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
Supporting

Photos / Sounds

Observer

sedgehead

Date

June 2, 2022 06:56 PM CDT

Description

Flowers with a slight reddish/pinkish tinge at the base. The GPS did not work for these six observations of this species, but I know the location of this site very well. It might as well have been GPSed. @boverser reported the yellow flowers of some plants of this species were tinged with red. The photos show more red in some plants than others, but most plants at the site seemed to have no red color at all. One observation was much like the also present species, E. pallida, but had a tinge of yellow and no real indication of having the blue flowers of that species. Rather than call this X var. neglecta, I prefer to call the ones with red in the flowers a form with yellow flowers tinged with varying amounts of red at the base, at least until someone can do further study such as comparative DNA analysis. Also, in the past I have estimated roughly 200-400 flowering stems at this site, mainly by looking along the road while driving. Today, I walked the road and estimated at least 1130 flowers were present with more coming on and a very few additional flowers perhaps unnoticed because a few flowers were past peak.

Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
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Photos / Sounds

Observer

sedgehead

Date

June 2, 2022 06:53 PM CDT

Description

Flowers with a slight reddish/pinkish tinge at the base. The GPS did not work for these six observations of this species, but I know the location of this site very well. It might as well have been GPSed. @boverser reported the yellow flowers of some plants of this species were tinged with red. The photos show more red in some plants than others, but most plants at the site seemed to have no red color at all. One observation was much like the also present species, E. pallida, but had a tinge of yellow and no real indication of having the blue flowers of that species. Rather than call this X var. neglecta, I prefer to call the ones with red in the flowers a form with yellow flowers tinged with varying amounts of red at the base, at least until someone can do further study such as comparative DNA analysis. Also, in the past I have estimated roughly 200-400 flowering stems at this site, mainly by looking along the road while driving. Today, I walked the road and estimated at least 1130 flowers were present with more coming on and a very few additional flowers perhaps unnoticed because a few flowers were past peak.

Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
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Photos / Sounds

Observer

boverser

Date

June 11, 2021 01:40 PM CDT
Echinacea paradoxa paradoxa - Photo (c) theo_witsell, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by theo_witsell
soterplantopus's ID: Echinacea paradoxa var. paradoxa, a member of Yellow Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Added on January 22, 2024
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