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Unfurling Stem

Woodland Angelica unfurling from its leaf along the Lincoln Trail near Lincoln Road in the City of Fredericton (Lower Saint John River Valley Region). This is an invasive species to the area.

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  • jim edsall on 2012-Aug-04 12:51:52 jim edsall said

    Angelica?
  • Sean Blaney on 2012-Aug-04 21:14:45 Sean Blaney said

    Looks like the invasive exotic Woodland Angelica (Angelica sylvestris), which would be common at Lincoln, but at the early stage and limited resolution pictured I am not be able to rule out the native Angelica (Angelica atropurpurea) or Spotted Water Hemlock (Cicuta maculata) without reference to specimens or photos of those species at a similar stage.E
  • James Donald on 2012-Aug-05 00:55:23 James Donald said

    From what I can read its Woodland Angelica. There is lots of it along the Lincoln Trail by the Agricultural Research Station. It stands out because of the way its all unfurling. Thanks for the id info.

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