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We discovered this plant known as both Wild Carrot and Queen Anne's Lace (scientific name: Daucus carota) while searching around the athletic field's at our school. It was a brisk October morning, foggy and a little windy.
Our plant was dried up and shriveled like an old man. It was a mix of blacks, light and dark browns because it had stopped flowering in September. All that was left by then was shriveled flowers and seeds. This picture shows how the seeds looked.
N 43.593264 °
W -70.231599 °
CEMS School Grounds 2012
Mon, 2012-10-15 08:34
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