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Close-up of a blackeyed susan flower photographed in Wakulla State Forest, Florida.
Blackeyed Susan is a common wildflower of sandhills, flatwoods and disturbed sites throughout nearly all of Florida. The includes almost all of North America except for the far northern regions.
The leaves and stem of Rudbeckia hirta are hispid to hirsute - having short, stiff hairs. The cone-shaped disks are brown-purple and are surrounded by 8 to 16 yellow or yellow-orange ray florets.
July 3rd, 2017
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