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Akimz Lesser Celandine
Lesser Celandine commented on by Akimz West Babylon, New York, USA10 years ago

Thanks again for joining the mission on look alike buttercups! We're about to write up a final project summary and I'd like to use one of your photos for our report.

Can we use your photo, and if so, what name would you like us to use to credit you? I'll post a link to the final report once we're done, let us know!

-Akim

Akimz Lesser Celandine
Lesser Celandine commented on by Akimz Cincinnati, Ohio, USA10 years ago

Thanks again for joining the mission on look alike buttercups! We're about to write up a final project summary and I'd like to use this picture for our report.

Can we use your photo, and if so, what name would you like us to use to credit you? I'll post a link to the final report once we're done, let me know!

-Akim

Akimz Marsh marigold - Hófsóley
Marsh marigold - Hófsóley commented on by Akimz Iceland10 years ago

Hello,

We would love to have this spotting be a part of our mission on the distribution of native and invasive look-alike buttercups. The marsh marigold looks similar to the lesser celandine and many people get them confused. Feel free to join!

http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1931...

Akimz Marsh marigold
Marsh marigold commented on by Akimz Alpen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany10 years ago

Hello,

We would love to have this spotting be a part of our mission on the distribution of native and invasive look-alike buttercups. The marsh marigold looks similar to the lesser celandine and many people get them confused. Feel free to join!

http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1931...

Akimz Lesser Celandine
Lesser Celandine commented on by Akimz Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, USA10 years ago

Thanks again for joining the mission on look alike buttercups! We're about to write up a final project summary and I'd like to use one of your photos (the one of the leaves) for our report.

Can we use your photo, and if so, what name would you like us to use to credit you? I'll post a link to the final report once we're done, let me know!

-Akim

Akimz Lesser Celandine
Lesser Celandine commented on by Akimz Amherst, Massachusetts, USA10 years ago

Thanks again for joining the mission on look alike buttercups! We're about to write up a final project summary and I'd like to use one of your photos (the flower shot) for our report.

Can we use your photo, and if so, what name would you like us to use to credit you? I'll post a link to the final report once we're done, let me know!

-Akim

Akimz Lesser Celandine
Lesser Celandine commented on by Akimz Hicksville, New York, USA11 years ago

Hi ForestDragon,

Thanks again for joining the mission on look alike buttercups! We're about to write up a final project summary and I'd like to use one of your photos (the flower shot) for our report.

Can we use your photo, and if so, what name would you like us to use to credit you? I'll post a link to the final report once we're done, let me know!

-Akim

Akimz Marsh marigold or cowslip
Marsh marigold or cowslip commented on by Akimz North Dakota, USA11 years ago

Hello!

We would love to have this spotting be a part of our mission on the distribution of look-alike buttercups. The marsh marigold looks similar to the lesser celandine (which is considered invasive here in the U.S) and many people get them confused. Feel free to join!

http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1931...

Akimz Marsh marigold
Marsh marigold commented on by Akimz Minnesota, USA11 years ago

Hello!

We would love to have this spotting be a part of our mission on the distribution of native and invasive look-alike buttercups. The marsh marigold looks similar to the lesser celandine and many people get them confused. Feel free to join!

http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1931...

Akimz Marsh Marigold, Cowflock, Cowslip, Kingcup
Marsh Marigold, Cowflock, Cowslip, Kingcup commented on by Akimz Uttarakhand, India11 years ago

Hello!

We would love to have this spotting be a part of our mission on the distribution of look-alike buttercups. The marsh marigold looks similar to the lesser celandine (which is considered invasive here in the U.S) and many people get them confused. Feel free to join!

http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1931...

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