My location is in E. Waterboro ME 134 old alfred Rd. When we went out the Weather was very warm. My location was in a developed area beside a road. Ecosystem that it was in, was on the edge of a forest.I think my plant is red raspberry because you can tell if a raspberry is black or red, because of the color of the underneath of the leave, if its white its red and if its not white, then its black raspberry.
Today, we all traipsed down the rocks of Schoodic Bay in search of aquatic life. Adam had previously set traps out the night before in hopes of catching something other than mollusks, which is what we ended up finding. The majority of mollusks that we found were snails; we were also fortunate enough to encounter a limpet.
• Family: Cattail (Typhaceae) • Habitat: marshes, especially brackish marshes • Height: 3-6 feet • Flower size: tiny flowers in a cylindrical head around 1/2 inch across • Flower color: brown • Flowering time: May to July • Origin: native
In my science class, we are doing independent studies at our own homes, instead of at school. We were asked to try and find a invasive species, and research and identify it on our own time. I'm pretty sure that I found Purple Loosestrife next to my road.