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Curious as to what this may be, any help?
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suppose I could add a bit more than that.

Growing on an acadian forest clear cut, all over. small little ground plant with shallow roots.
 
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Welcome to permies, Jordo...it looks like your ID question slipped by unanswered...maybe someone will give it a go now.
 
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The leaves look pretty big so maybe burdock or something similar.
That is just a random guess, simple based on the fact that the leave is big.
 
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Do you have any other pictures? It is hard to tell from this angle.
 
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