Ranunculus acris L.
Family: Ranunculaceae
blister plant,  more...
[Ranunculus acris subsp. strigulosus L.,  more]
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Kenneth J. Sytsma  
Etymology: Ranunculus: from Latin rana, "little frog," because many species tend to grow in moist places
Plants: erect, perennial, 10"-40" tall, hairy forb
Leaves: basal and stem leaves much the same shape, mostly found below the middle of the stem, kidney-shaped, deeply 3 lobed then cut or toothed
Flowers: yellow, 5-parted, 2/3"-1 1/4" wide, normally 5 sepals, shiny petals broadly obovate and twice as long as the sepals; blooms May-Oct.
Fruits: dry seeds fruit drawing in roundish cluster
Habitat: moist; disturbed sites
Hazardous: Careful, this plant is hazardous!
Conservation Status: Introduced - naturalized
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Margery Melgaard  
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Merel R. Black  
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Christopher Noll  
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Kurt Stüber  
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Botanical Illustration  
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Dennis W. Woodland  
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Margery Melgaard  
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Kurt Stüber  
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Aaron_Carlson  
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Christopher Noll  
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Botanical Illustration  
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Kurt Stüber  
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Aaron_Carlson  
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Botanical Illustration  
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Botanical Illustration  
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Merel R. Black  
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Kurt Stüber  
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Aaron_Carlson  
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