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This humble plant is easily overlooked, both in its quiet early blooming and later leaf unfurling
One of the few species to walk face-first down tree trunks, this little bird also has a distinct black stripe through its eye.
Only found from Central Texas down into Mexico, this titmouse with a striking black crest acts quite a bit like its more familiar, look-alike cousin
This WHITE little plant completely lacks chlorophyll and is often mistaken for a fungus or mushroom. In truth, it is a parasite of fungi that feed on tree roots, and is often found in the shade beneath beech or maple trees.
This large-leaved biennial wildflower has thistle-like flowers and an edible and medicinal taproot
This velvety rootbeer-colored, moist-looking, rubbery-textured, somewhat cup-shaped edible fungus grows on trees and downed logs
This is the typical “red-breast” found in the United Kingdom and much of Europe, completely unrelated to the “red-breast” found in America.
This low-growing plant looks, smells, and tastes like onion and is served in US cuisine
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