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RN and WANNA BE FIELD EXPERT ON LOCAL FLORA...Love learning about plants and the medicinal and Native American uses of our local species.
thx gully, I had a cell phone...so photos are cruddy, sorry. It was last summer so the opportunity has past. I uploaded some more photos that may be clearer.
Mica ink caps. Some sites say they are edible when young and freshly picked?? They turn black FAST
lol...hmmm, well than...Maybe me thinks again..FIVE=VIRGINIA CREEPER...but it doesnt look like it
Question: How does one classify the red trillium. Trillium sessile vs trillium decumbens?
old, false turkey tails?
leaves of three, let it be! Poison Ivy...i think
Now, They are on the POISON MUSHROOMS OF MISSOURI LIST...I wonder how close to death we came????
We used to eat these when I was a kid living near the river. My dad grew up eating them in the 30's, boiled, sliced then deep fried...
Trillium sessile///toadshade. This one stumped me too. I found it here in MO
Whats the difference between the L. Maackii and L. Japonica?? They look similar.
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