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jj602304 Chicoryleaf Wirelettuce
Chicoryleaf Wirelettuce commented on by jj602304 Escondido, California, USAa year ago

Please upload this to iNaturalist so that the curator of botany at the San Diego Natural History Museum can find out if this is a county record. Great find!

jj602304 Cholla
Cholla commented on by jj602304 California, USAa year ago

If you post these photos on iNaturalist.org, you may be able to get an identification from Jon Rebman, who is an expert in the genus Cylindropuntia.

jj602304 Prickly Pear Cactus
Prickly Pear Cactus commented on by jj602304 San Diego, California, USAa year ago

Nonnative, naturalizes, can hybridize with native Opuntia

jj602304 Fried Egg Flower (Matilija Poppy)
Fried Egg Flower (Matilija Poppy) commented on by jj602304 Encinitas, California, USAa year ago

Planted

jj602304 Garland chrysanthemum
Garland chrysanthemum commented on by jj602304 Carlsbad, California, USAa year ago

Taxon update

jj602304 Woolly Blue Curls
Woolly Blue Curls commented on by jj602304 California, USAa year ago

The pedicel is visible

jj602304 Thistle
Thistle commented on by jj602304 California, USAa year ago

It is a California invasive plant.

jj602304 Lupine
Lupine commented on by jj602304 Escondido, California, USAa year ago

Variable in morphology

jj602304 Scotch Broom
Scotch Broom commented on by jj602304 Claremont, California, USAa year ago

Fruit long, flowers terminal. Cytisus scoparius is not extant here.

jj602304 Spotting
Spotting commented on by jj602304 San Diego, California, USAa year ago

The plant in the foreground is Carpobrotus, which can be hard to ID to species because two wild species hybridize

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