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Trying to identify this wildflower

Posted by BrianCook S.E. Texas (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 8, 13 at 21:57

Located in southeast Texas, the picture does not accurately show how yellow the flower actually is, but it is more alike in color to the darker yellow in the center of each flower. The diameter of the flower is around 5/8 to 3/4 of an inch.

Thank you

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RE: Trying to identify this wildflower

I don't know this one specifically but start by looking at Ranunculus species likely to occur in your area. It's has the features of the Buttercup family.

RE: Trying to identify this wildflower

Thank you, I'll check that species or family out!

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