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San Juans Master Gardeners - Shared screen with speaker view
David E. Giblin
24:38
Awesome!
Shauna
32:32
Yes glacier lily!
Julia Turney
40:06
Dill?
Rob Roy
40:17
giant hogweed
Leslie Hutchinson
40:18
Queen Anne’s lace
Kat Rose
40:19
Queen Ann’sLace
Jane Wentworth
40:29
angelica
Shauna
40:32
Bull chervil?
Jane Wentworth
40:54
cilantro
Jane Wentworth
41:06
here too
Brook Brouwer
41:08
Do Apiaceae always have 2-parted stigmas?
Kathleen Foley
52:29
thistle!
Kathleen Foley
52:56
artichoke
Kathleen Foley
53:12
receptacle;
Amanda Wedow
53:16
bracts
Julia Turney
53:16
sepals
jasono
53:18
The bracts
Kathleen Foley
53:24
the heart is the receptacle
Kat Rose
53:35
Do all family names end in “aceae”?
Rob Roy
59:54
spike infloresence with petioles
Debbie Young
01:00:00
single access flower
jasono
01:03:46
That species of Lepidium: important for Island Marbled Butterfly?
Kate Yturri
01:04:10
Thanks Jason!
Kathleen Foley
01:04:35
Yes, Jason. that was the native host plant
jasono
01:04:49
Thanks, Kathleen.
jasono
01:06:03
Do we have C. pennsylvanica,, too?
Leslie Hutchinson
01:08:06
arugula?
Debbie Young
01:08:46
lettuces
Julia Turney
01:15:19
sepal
Kat Rose
01:15:23
Bracts?
jasono
01:16:17
Clustered.
Kathleen Foley
01:16:55
superior
jacobw
01:17:49
5
Kathleen Foley
01:18:10
heather
Rob Roy
01:18:13
kinnickinnick
Jane Wentworth
01:35:25
self heal
jasono
01:35:27
heal all or self-heal
Kat Rose
01:36:23
Snap dragon?
Julia Turney
01:37:35
sage
Rob Roy
01:37:38
stinging nettle
Lenore Bayuk
01:42:01
yikes!,
Walton Andrews
01:42:45
Are there any other well known families you think might be split up some in the near future?
Rob Roy
01:59:42
anemone
Jody Burns
02:03:05
Scientifically what is the use of molecular definitions of the plants?
Jody Burns
02:06:31
Is there is any crossover to biology?
Jane Wentworth
02:09:18
camas
Kathleen Foley
02:09:20
Camas
Debbie Young
02:09:39
leeks?
Brook Brouwer
02:22:46
How recently was scrophulariaceae re classified?
Jane Wentworth
02:22:47
can you recommend a good key for taking into the field?
Doug McCutchen
02:23:34
Any "oddballs" in the SJI that come to mind that are difficult to ID?
jasono
02:23:39
David, are there species of flowering plants that you'd expect to see in the San Juans and do not, or ones that do occur here that surprise you?
Leslie Hutchinson
02:23:47
You have inspired me to do a lot more study and to work with the keys. Questions will arise as I work through this. This has been excellent. Thank you!!
Jody Burns
02:24:14
Does botanical molecular research inform or help advance biological research or vice versa in any way?
Rob Roy
02:26:49
tips for determining annual, biennial, or perennial?
Julia Turney
02:29:50
Orcas has Aspen trees. Are these the same species as those found in Utah and Colorado?
Kathleen Foley
02:31:25
Would love a seminar on keying out grasses...:)
jasono
02:31:28
Or Juniperus maritima vs. Colorado
Sandy Ryan
02:31:35
SJI Cattle Point also has Aspen trees.
Rob Roy
02:32:20
Re Aspen: Maybe a glacial refugia at the top of Constitution? Also a pop of white pine there.
Jane Wentworth
02:32:46
We have been talking with Clay about getting him up here for a class, but it is now on hold due to Covid
Kathleen Foley
02:33:22
thanks Jane
jasono
02:33:36
I've seen that white pine at false summit of Constitution. Also pinemat manzanita near summit.
Kathleen Foley
02:34:13
thank you!!
Brook Brouwer
02:34:17
thank you! Super fun.
Amanda Wedow
02:34:18
thank you!
Debbie Young
02:34:22
Thank you . Great class!
Julia Turney
02:34:27
Thank you, excellent presentation!
Kat Rose
02:34:28
Thank y ou. You are z great teacher.
Doug McCutchen
02:34:28
Thanks David, Jane, + SJ MG!
Rob Roy
02:34:30
It was super helpful! Thank you!
Barbara Orcutt
02:34:31
Great Class....Thank you!
Walton Andrews
02:34:33
Lots of fun! Thanks so much.