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Author 'Gipsy34' (Id 236805 ) : September 26, 2017 : it had rained the night before and yesterday morning the plants shone with thousands of drops of water. I thought he was a burdock, but I am not sure at all. The leaves are different.

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EXIF : Brand: Panasonic | Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ200
Aperture: f/7.1 | Exposure time: 1/640 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 108 mm (eq. 600 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Manuel (1) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 26/09/2017 09:52:34
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Identification > Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 28, 2017
I think it is a cocklebur common. It is an annual herbaceous plant of the family Asteraceae. It is native to Europe and Asia, common in Italy and in the southern part of France. Its inflorescence is gathered in spikes of flower heads with flowers shade of green and unisexual visible from August to October and leaving in its place a fruit, capsule type, and elliptical in shape and elongated, which contains one to two seeds. Well photographed
 > Author Gipsy34 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Sep 28, 2017
Yes, I think that you're right Fada, I just checked and it is the common common or common ragweed. I hope that I might one day print the flowers. Thank you for identified.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 28, 2017
I had thought that these are fruits of datura jimson weed, but the small hook at the end of the spike is rather the characteristic of burdocks. However, the tips of the burdock are much closer. I'm looking for.
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