Fantastic! And to Angela's point, remembering to cull out the EXIF data on your photos before submitting them protects your information as well as the location (which you did).
Yes, and no. …Tom is correct!Charles are these kentuckiense that you saw and photographed? I'm guessing you were not in new jersey!
Thanks. If memory serves, this population was found to have alleles that are also present in C. parviflorum, suggesting there was introgression between the 2 species at some point. Given that gene viability is low in this species, it is unique to have this extra variation, something western populations lack. I wonder if the plants at the Georgia site have the same variation, or if that is unique to this population. Certainly this species was once more abundant across its range in the distant past given the current disjunctive populations that exist today.Tom, there were a few that were mostly yellow, but most of them had a green background tint to them. If they look greenish in the pic, they were green tinted in life