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Cayenne

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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #435 on: August 26, 2017, 02:48:32 am »

Thanks for the reply! The flowers are starting to develop. Looks similar to lambs quarters now as far I can see. I'll allow it some time to get a little bigger.  :)

-Cay


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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #436 on: August 26, 2017, 05:11:36 pm »

I found today what looks like Mimosa hostilis, but the seeds look like yopo.
Long white flowers, small spines... pod structure does not fit Acacia (feidherbia) albida. Please help with ID.
Climate is subtropical and it is irrigated.

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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #437 on: August 27, 2017, 12:35:01 am »

Mass Spec doesn't lie....

I'm curious to know if one could use GC-MS, IR/UV-Vis/Raman/HCLC/etc. on these novel specimens of yours in order to see if one could somehow predict a species' name. Many acacias have been phytochemically analyzed before, and I'd argue that results collected via previous entries regarding the small nitrogenous alkaloid content of various Fabaceae specimens in the wild in the literature may be of use to you, as the phytochemical content of a certain section of the plant, may play an invaluable role in identifying the supposed species' name.
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #438 on: August 27, 2017, 12:58:27 am »

What were the GPS coordinates from where it grew?
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #439 on: September 03, 2017, 09:03:38 am »

hello
found these in a green house
owner claims these are acacias but doesn't know which, since they are little i find it hard (impossible for me) to ID
so i thought i'd get help
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #440 on: September 03, 2017, 09:29:02 am »

Mimosa pudica, sensitive weed by the looks.
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #441 on: September 04, 2017, 03:17:39 am »

Just a little update on this wild grain. Definitely in the polygonaceae family of plants.

-Cay
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #442 on: September 05, 2017, 09:31:06 pm »

Hello,

I need help to identify this plant. probably nervosa, ipecacuanha, alba or viridis.
I have read several sources and observed several photos from web but i don't find the good answer.

if someone have an idea, i will be happy :)

thanks
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #443 on: September 05, 2017, 10:50:26 pm »

This is definitely Psychotria alba.
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #444 on: September 14, 2017, 07:16:23 am »



few of these growing unlabeled, anyone know what they are>?>>tnks.
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #445 on: September 14, 2017, 04:05:11 pm »

looks like a Ludwigia
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #446 on: September 15, 2017, 11:21:58 am »

I have a short psychotria plant that gets about 2-3 feet with tiny dark green leaves I'm not sure what type it is but um having trouble posting a picture here.
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #447 on: September 17, 2017, 09:37:37 pm »

looks like a Ludwigia

thanks Botanicus! it certainly looks like that species,
except it's not growing semi-submerged in water.

I have a short psychotria plant that gets about 2-3 feet with tiny dark green leaves I'm not sure what type it is but um having trouble posting a picture here.
try to get a photo but here is PSYCHOTRIA CAPENSIS with small dark leaves.
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #448 on: October 13, 2017, 07:50:42 pm »

Hi all,

I write this message cause it is impossible for me to identify a plant despite searches on the internet. A lot of things contradicts and despite a large number of photos, I can't determine if my calea is a calea or a chromoleana. I'm not sure that all the google pictures that show colea are fair
- the plant has a very special taste of the one touches the leaves (like tomatoes)
- Cutting are very easy
- the last leaves become purple when there is a lot of light and pale green when there is a lack of light
- the plant never bloomed
- when the plant is upset (cold or dry), leaves turn down

some photos.
I sincerely thank you for your help.

After read and look,
I think this plant is chromoleana but i can't be sur.
- From herbarium source, leaves are more oval
herbariovaa
but from other source, triangular leaves could be calea ternifolia calyculata
utexas.edu

Then, when i read chromoleana odorata herborium, leaves are triangular keys.trin.org.au but from source, photos shows leaves oval plantnet-project

 
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Re: Plant Identification Thread
« Reply #449 on: October 14, 2017, 10:33:31 pm »

 =^.^= Calea Zacatechichi 'dream herb'

though that chromoleana odorata does look closely related, it may be the same plant with two names..
There is confusion about naming this species. Those Chromo leaves do look spikier than CaleaZ to me.
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