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Possibly tickseed or rattlesnake weed.


Georgia Piedmont / Indian Springs State Park


Cell phone photography, taken during rain.


nathan.klich a year ago

This seems more likely. Wild Lettuce; grows in GA

Thanks Nathan - the Scorzonera Austriaca is very lovely, but I don't think it grows here in the southern US. It could very well be a dandelion like you said, just a bit battered. It was raining the day I took the photograph. Thank you again for looking!!!

nathan.klich a year ago

It very well could be a dandelion; might be a little on the chewed up side and damp. Only other close matches I found were all European and Russian plants (Scorzonera Austriaca). Take a peek at both and see which is closer. I'm leaning more towards the Scorzonera, but the location of the plant doesn't match where you found it.

Georgia, USA

Lat: 33.25, Long: -83.92

Spotted on Aug 2, 2018
Submitted on Aug 3, 2018

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