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It looks brown underneath (near the margin at least, the only part we can see). I’d guess P. chinense instead… I’m looking at checklists for the region and it’s not clear. P. hypotropum is, indeed, the most common thing in Ohio by far. In Wisconsin none are especially common,except maybe the reticulate P. reticulatum (but this is not reticulate). In the Ozarks, there are several options, including P. margaritatum, but none are considered common. So maybe zaca has it right, and this is just an unusually closely attached P. hypotropum.
Created: 2014-09-21 14:53:59 EDT (-0400)
Last modified: 2014-09-21 15:34:26 EDT (-0400)
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