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Travis Morse

Travis Morse

I'm an ecologist that operates an environmental consulting firm specializing in ecological restoration and regulatory permitting.

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Travis Morse Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Travis Morse Vail, Colorado, USA7 years ago

I am thinking Parry's milkvetch (Astragalus parryi); however, everything I've read says that it is restricted to the eastern side of the Continental Divide. This was found on the western slope. http://www.easterncoloradowildflowers.co...

Travis Morse Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Travis Morse Vail, Colorado, USA7 years ago

Thanks Derrick!

Travis Morse Monkey puzzle tree
Monkey puzzle tree commented on by Travis Morse British Columbia, Canada7 years ago

The story goes that someone remarked, "It would puzzle a monkey to climb that"

Travis Morse Goldenrod Fly Gall
Goldenrod Fly Gall commented on by Travis Morse New York, USA7 years ago

Gall insects are an example of commensalism called shelter symbiosis.
The insect benefits and the plant is unaffected by the relationship.

Travis Morse Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by Travis Morse Idaho, USA7 years ago

Here are a couple related articles: https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/hand...
and https://ojs.lib.byu.edu/ojs/index.php/wn...

Travis Morse Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Travis Morse Columbus, Ohio, USA7 years ago

This is a type of raspberry (Ribes sp.).

Travis Morse Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Travis Morse Houston, Texas, USA7 years ago

I agree. This is common tansy, also known as golden buttons.

Travis Morse Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Travis Morse Louisiana, USA7 years ago

This reminds me of toothwort (Cardamine concatenata) but not certain from the pictures.

Travis Morse Wheat
Wheat commented on by Travis Morse Delaware, USA7 years ago

I believe that this is a type of meadow foxtail (Alopecurus sp.).

Travis Morse Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Travis Morse Waterford Township, Michigan, USA7 years ago

Its a type of goldenrod (Solidago sp.). Maybe S. canadensis or S. altissima.

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