Tag Archive: Trout Lake

Jun 29

Birdsfoot Trefoil

Birdsfoot Trefoil [Lotus corniculatus] is a member of the Pea or Bean (Fabaceae) family and these photos were taken on Campbell Road, Trout Lake on 29 June 2013. Newcomb’s Wildlower Guide, pages 66-67, says it blooms in summer and that it’s “a low, cloverlike plant of fields and roadsides.” USDA Plants Listing: http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=LOCO6

Jun 29

Black Haw or Blackhaw

Black Haw or Blackhaw [Viburnum prunifolium] is a member of the Honeysuckle (Caprifoliaceae) family and was found off Campbell Road, Trout Lake on 29 June 2013. Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 302-303, says it blooms in spring and early summer in thickets and borders. USDA Plants Listing: Viburnum prunifolium

Jun 29

English Plantain or Narrowleaf Plantain

English Plantain or Narrowleaf Plantain [Plantago lanceolata] is a member of the Plantain (Plantaginaceae) family and these photos were taken on Campbell Road, Trout Lake on 29 June 2013.  Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 398-399, says it blooms spring to fall and that it’s “a very common and troublesome weed of lawns and fields.” USDA Plants Listing: …

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Jun 26

Black-Eyed Susan

Wildflowers of the Carolinas lists the Black-Eyed Susan [Rudbeckia hirta] on pages 380-381.  It’s the member of the Aster (Asteraceae) family and these photos were taken on Campbell Road, Trout Lake on 26 June 2013 and at Fletcher Park on 30 September 2012.  Newcomb’s Wildlower Guide lists the Latin name Rudbeckia serotina, pages 374-375. USDA …

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Jun 26

Coffee Road – 26 June 2013

Coffee Road in Hermon, New York, near Trout Lake, on 25 June 2013. St. Lawrence County Reforestation sign:  Area No. 10 This is the most Viper’s Bugloss or Blueweed that I had seen in the area.  There was plenty of it in Ontario along Highway 401 at the time.  

Jun 26

Thimbleweed or Tall Anemone

Thimbleweed or Tall Anemone [Anemone virginiana] found on the Campbell Road on Trout Lake in Hermon, New York on 26 June 2013 and on Troy Hill Drive on 11 July 2013. It’s a member of the Buttercup (Ranunculaceae) family. Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 288-289, says that it’s found in rocky woods and banks and comes …

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Jun 23

Sulphur Cinquefoil

Sulphur Cinquefoil [Potentilla recta] found off Campbell Road in Hermon, New York, near Trout Lake, on 23 June 2013. It’s a member of the Rose (Rosaceae) family. Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 240-241, sates that it’s found in summer in dry fields and on roadsides. USDA Plants Listing: http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=PORE5

Jun 23

Campbell Road – 23 June 2013

Campbell Road in Hermon, New York, near Trout Lake, on 23 June 2013. Unfortunately, I saw the remains of two other turtles off the road too.  This one was sunning himself in the afternoon.

Jun 20

Common Viper’s Bugloss or Blueweed

Common Viper’s Bugloss or Blueweed [Echium vulgare] found on the Grass Road on Trout Lake in Hermon, New York on 20 June 2013. It’s a member of the Borage (Boraginaceae) family. Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide, pages 50-51, says that it’s an “abundant weed of fields and waste places, usually in limestone regions” and comes out in …

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Apr 02

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