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    So I need help identifying some plants. I have a pic for the first one, and I'll have the others' pictures soon.

    1.) Is a wild legume, but other than that I have no clue...
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    2.) Is a suculent with milky/sticky white sap, a cluster of yellow flowers no bigger than a inch, has pointed leaves, and goes to seed quickly. Also it's a light green color.

    3.) Has skinny maple like leaves, never gets taller that an inch or two, it's fruit is always green and has a ton of juice in each fruit.


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    I'm not sure what the plants are, and I'm not sure if you use Facebook I recently stopped, there's a page on there called "wild edibles and medicinal plants 2" they're a highly informative group and can identify virtually any plant you find they have some very well educated members, and some members who aren't nearly as educated but have years of field experience, I strongly suggest that group for all plant identification needs. There are other groups specific to mushrooms and fungus also if you're interested in those as well. Hope that helps.

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    Also it would help them to know what sort of surrounding they were found in (field, deciduous forest, etc.) And a rough location (ex. Southern Maine.) That can help them "weed" out look alike that don't grow in the areas near you.

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    It is called bladder pod

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    Is that the Latin name?
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    The latin name is Pissius podius. And for God's sake don't squeeze the pod!

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