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Cute little wildflower – not a clue as to what it is! 🙂

Update 11/28/2012: Many, many thanks to Deborah who was kind enough to write a comment with this flower’s identification. Mystery solved! 🙂

 

“Wild October” (Raphanus raphanistrum aka, Wild Radish or Jointed Charlock) Nikon D300, 105mm macro, F/6.3, 1/60s, -0.7EV, ISO 400

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2 Comments

  1. I think this is Raphanus raphanistrum (the flower with 4 petals “wild october” ) or wild radish. I had to collect a sample that looks just like this flower for a class and identify it using a taxonomic key. Just thought you might be interested! Also.. You take beautiful pictures!!

    • I think you are absolutely correct! Thanks so much! I like to identify all my images with the correct information and this one proved difficult.

      I appreciate your resolving this mystery and will be updating this entry with the new info! 🙂


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