Index for Album F-2000-11-19: Foraging in Central Park - Nov 19, 2000

Based on a tour given by "Wildman" Steve Brill in Central Park, Manhattan.

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1 Wild raisin Wild raisin, close up.
Scientific name: Viburnum opulus or V. cassinoides

2 Wild raisin Wild raisin
Scientific name: Viburnum opulus or V. cassinoides

3 Jet berry Jet berry, poisonous.
Scientific name: Ardisia humilis

4 Multi-floral rose with mold on the rose hips Multi-floral rose with mold on the rose hips.
Scientific name: Rosa spieces

5 Wrinkled rose Wrinkled rose, Wildman sbout to eat a rose hip.
Scientific name: Rosa rugosa

6 Wrinkled rose Wrinkled rose, the only flower left.
Scientific name: Rosa rugosa

7 Wrinkled rose Wrinkled rose. Note feathered compound leaves.
Scientific name: Rosa rugosa

8 Witch hazel Witch hazel
Scientific name: Hamamelis

9 Epazote Epazote
Scientific name: Chenopodium ambrosioides

10 Poor man's pepper Poor man’s pepper
Scientific name: Lepidium virginicum

11 Black nightshade Black nightshade, poisonous.
Scientific name: Solanum americanum

12 Lamb's quarters (not on tour) Lamb’s quarters (not on tour). Also white snake root in upper right.
Scientific name: Chenopodium album

13 White snakeroot gone to seed White snakeroot gone to seed. Poisonous.
Scientific name: Ageratina altissima

14 Hawthorne Hawthorne
Scientific name: Crataegus species

15 Hawthorne closeup Hawthorne closeup
Scientific name: Crataegus species

16 Hawthorne berry with larva inside Hawthorne berry with larva inside
Scientific name: Crataegus species

17 Lady's thumb Lady’s thumb
Scientific name: Polygonum persicaria

18 Dandelion Dandelion. Okay to eat now.
Scientific name: Taraxacum officinale

19 Wildman looking at snakeroot flower Wildman looking at snakeroot flower.
Scientific name: Ageratina altissima

20 Northern bay berry (male) Northern bay berry (male)
Scientific name: Myrica pensylvanica

21 Mulberry tree Mulberry tree
Scientific name: Morus

22 Japanese knotweed Japanese knotweed
Scientific name: Fallopia japonica

23 Japanese knotweed shoots Japanese knotweed shoots. Will come up and be edible next spring.
Scientific name: Fallopia japonica

24 Mugwort Mugwort
Scientific name: Artemisia vulgaris

25 1st year burdock 1st year burdock. Root can be dug up.
Scientific name: Arctium species

26 2nd year burdock 2nd year burdock. Not edible. Note burrs.
Scientific name: Arctium species

27 Burdock roots some people dug up Burdock roots some people dug up.
Scientific name: Arctium species

28 Kentucky coffee tree pod and seed Kentucky coffee tree pod and seed.
Scientific name: Gymnocladus dioicus

29 Kentucky coffee tree Kentucky coffee tree. The pods up in the tree will fall in the spring.
Scientific name: Gymnocladus dioicus

30 Garlic mustard Garlic mustard, 1st year.
Scientific name: Alliaria officinalis

31 Smaller mugwort Smaller mugwort
Scientific name: Artemisia vulgaris

32 Violets Violets
Scientific name: Viola papilionacea

33 Violet seed pod Violet seed pod. Not edible.
Scientific name: Viola papilionacea

34 Field garlic Field garlic
Scientific name: Allium vineale

35 Sassafras tree trunk Sassafras tree trunk
Scientific name: Sassafras albidum

36 Sassafras saplings Sassafras saplings
Scientific name: Sassafras albidum

37 Raspberry bush Raspberry bush
Scientific name: Rubus occidentalis

38 Raspberries Raspberries. These not ripe yet. There were a few ripe ones way in the back of the bunch.
Scientific name: Rubus occidentalis

39 Smooth sumac Smooth sumac
Scientific name: Rhus glabra

40 Smooth sumac berries Smooth sumac berries
Scientific name: Rhus glabra

41 Crabapple tree Crabapple tree. The brown ones are ripe.
Scientific name: Malus

42 Gingko berries Gingko berries
Scientific name: Ginkgo biloba

43 Gingko leaves Gingko leaves
Scientific name: Ginkgo biloba

44 Red juneberry Red juneberry
Scientific name: Amelanchier species

45 Red juneberry closeup Red juneberry closeup
Scientific name: Amelanchier species


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