Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Tosohatchee, November 26, 2017

Blue asters and bright, yellow goldenasters were the prevalent flowers on this date.

All species shown here are Florida natives.
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American bluehearts (Buchnera americana, Orobanchaceae)
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Glade lobelia (Lobelia glandulosa, Campanulaceae)

Found along both sides of St. Nicholas Rd.
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Leavenworth's tickseed (Coreosis leavenworthii, Asteraceae)

The flower was held against the white limerock road in the background.
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Catesby's lily (Lilium catesbaei, Liliaceae)

Last lily of the summer.
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Maryland goldenaster (Chrysopsis mariana, Asteraceae)

An isolated, large patch of these bright yellow flowers was found near the east side of St. Nicholas Rd, just before it joins Power Line Rd.

Roger Hammer confirmed the identification of this species. The long hairs on the lower stem and leaves distinguishes this species from C. scabella.
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Elliot's aster (Symphyotrichum elliottii, Asteraceae)

Roger Hammer identified this aster.

Asters were prevalent along Power Line Rd.
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Groundsel tree; sea myrtle; saltbush (Baccharis halimifolia, Asteraceae)
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