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Aug 31, 2015 10:59 AM CST
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Aug 31, 2015 11:26 AM CST
|Phyllanthus tenellus (long-stalked Phyllanthus) is my best guess.|
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Aug 31, 2015 11:33 AM CST
|Mentioned on the other thread was phylanthes tenellus...|
It could be...
Other options are phyllanthus caroliniensis seen here:
There's probably others...
I consider them all to be remove on sight and add to the grill or the garbage...
Born pregnant weeds...
If you have kidney issues...
Maybe make tea.
Aug 31, 2015 11:38 AM CST
|I just looked at the Florida ISB Atlas of Vascular Plants and Phyllanthus tenellus is found in my county and the pictures look just like it. Normally, this and the other Phyllanthus are "pull on sight" weeds for me, too. I'm conducting an experiment to see what the caterpillars using it turn into. I'm 99% sure they're moths, but that doesn't mean I love them any less.|
Aug 31, 2015 12:33 PM CST
|A search for "Phyllanthus butterfly host plant" could lead to finding some info too. If the cats have a reddish head with stripes, compare to armyworm. I find those on so many diff plants. |
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