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assorted plants and a weird cocoon

Posted by gray53 7b GA (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 23, 13 at 22:05

Here they are, 12 pictures.

https://picasaweb.google.com/109012590350790297545/PlantId3?authuser=0&feat=directlink


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RE: assorted plants and a weird cocoon

First one is lyreleaf sage, Salvia lyrata.
Second one is redtip, Photinia x fraseri.
Third one is Tagetes, I am not sure which species.
Fourth one is sweet William, Dianthus barbatus .
Eight is certainly a weed.
Eleven is Geranium carolinianum, considered a weed.
Twelve is a weed but I can't remember the name.

And that's all I know.


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  • Posted by deejaus Temperate Aust. (My Page) on
    Tue, Apr 23, 13 at 23:20

I thought that No. 3 was Erysimum (formerly Cheiranthus),common name Wallflower


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8 and 10 (both plants) Cichorium intybus, chicory
12 chickweed


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5. Brassica oleracea
7. Ranunculus
9. Hypochaeris


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i am too lazy to flip back and forth in two windows.. 12 times or more...

you peeps that do.. amaze me....

ken


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Ken. you couldn't open the album and view the slide show? This was a great way to present numerous images.

Have no idea what the gelatinous stuff is. What leads you to believe that it's a cocoon or something like that?


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There were multiple "cocoons." They may have been egg sacks or perhaps a strange fungus. Unfortunately I didn't observe what happened to them.


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I think your cocoons are decaying shelf fungus.


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