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LouNapier Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LouNapier Florida, USA8 years ago

This is most def a huckleberry, closely related to the blueberry

LouNapier Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LouNapier Florida, USA8 years ago

Huckleberry maybe

LouNapier Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LouNapier Florida, USA8 years ago

Didnt see the second pic lol it looks like an albizia julibrissin, except for the flowers possibly a mimosa, or acacia

LouNapier Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LouNapier Florida, USA8 years ago

It is mimosa Pudica a ground cover and invasive species

LouNapier Blackroot
Blackroot commented on by LouNapier Ocala, Florida, USA8 years ago

Appears to be a butterfly bush, or possibly a species of lupin

LouNapier Hibiscus
Hibiscus commented on by LouNapier Boca Raton, Florida, USA8 years ago

Hibiscus

LouNapier Florida Brown Snake
Florida Brown Snake commented on by LouNapier Florida, USA8 years ago

You seem to find lots of leg less creatures while digging lol lucky you!

LouNapier Bowfin
Bowfin commented on by LouNapier Weston, Florida, USA8 years ago

Looks an awful lot like a snakehead

LouNapier Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LouNapier Seminole, Florida, USA8 years ago

That's a live oak for sure

LouNapier Six-lined Racerunner
Six-lined Racerunner commented on by LouNapier Florida, USA8 years ago

I seen so many today but couldn't get close enough to catch one

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