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Discussion in 'Nature and the Environment' started by oji, Aug 30, 2012.
On a military installation. Imagine the population at Gentian curve taking up an acre of ground.
Different names for this one and it is currently being studied genetically so I'll stick with Tofieldia racemosa for now.
When you break down the genetics in your lab let us know what it really is.
Oji, an acre of bright blue must have been impressive. The False Asphodel, is it almost always found within areas that Narthecium is located?
First I'm building a Frankenstein, then I'll get to it!
Everyplace I have seen it was by Narthecium.
Ed, It looks like Indian pipe- Monotropa uniflora.
Some of the people on the trip jokingly called these Gentian trees. I was told that the estimated amount of plants was 12-20 thousand depending on conditions during the year.
Tom, without revealing the location (I'm gonna guess Warren Grove), what is it about the location that makes it so friendly to gentian? I was on a tour of the range once, and did see a lot in between these rows...down in moist swales.
It's an open field so availability of sunlight, they call a moist dry area so hydrology might be one reason. I believe part of it is burned part is disced and part left alone, so the disturbance must play a big part. Or a combination of many things?
Pityopsis falcata (Chrysopsis falcata)
Uvularia puberula var. nitida
English translation- Pine Barren Bellwort
No picture, but on Saturday I saw a Turtle with lipstick
Same here. The turtle even told me so.
I hope you are aware that it's a huge rarity. There's no guarantee that you'll see it every year. Similar to the population of Formalis botanic exploris that I found on the same evening. Perhaps it's a symbiotic relationship that causes them to appear together?