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Old 11-17-2023, 10:16 AM
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The flowers looked like this, long and short stems scattered everywhere. all of them only had one flower on it.
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A head on pic would be better, but I'll pass this along and see.

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From what I gather from your original post, the pic was taken in September, is that correct? My friend doesn't think it's magnicamporum.

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From what I gather from your original post, the pic was taken in September, is that correct? My friend doesn't think it's magnicamporum.

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He's thinking S. cernua
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Old 11-17-2023, 10:28 AM
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A head on pic would be better, but I'll pass this along and see.

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From what I gather from your original post, the pic was taken in September, is that correct? My friend doesn't think it's magnicamporum.

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From what I gather from your original post, the pic was taken in September, is that correct? My friend doesn't think it's magnicamporum.

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He's thinking S. cernua
I don't think it would be cernua- The leaves aren't present when flowering, and the structure doesn't seem the same, it has the same structure as S. magnicamporum but different shaped leaves. And sorry, but I do not have another picture, that's all I had because I spotted them in a rush to get back home for dinner. I can go back and look for seed pods maybe.
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Old 11-17-2023, 10:45 AM
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I don't think it would be cernua- The leaves aren't present when flowering, and the structure doesn't seem the same, it has the same structure as S. magnicamporum but different shaped leaves. And sorry, but I do not have another picture, that's all I had because I spotted them in a rush to get back home for dinner. I can go back and look for seed pods maybe.
There's no way to ID from seed pods. One comment my friend made was that the plant looked very stressed. With cernua being a bog species, if it did germinate and grow in a prairie environment, it would certainly be stressed.
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There's no way to ID from seed pods. One comment my friend made was that the plant looked very stressed. With cernua being a bog species, if it did germinate and grow in a prairie environment, it would certainly be stressed.
yeah- found it in a pretty dry prairie area
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