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Can anyone help me confirm the identity of this plant (seen in the attached photos)? It is in a yard that was mowed two weeks before the photos were taken.
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Single plant with central burr
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Mound with small yellow flowers
 
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I believe it's ranunculus muricatus or spinyfruit buttercup. Thanks for the hint.
 
Stinging nettles are edible. But I really want to see you try to eat this tiny ad:
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