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Plant Id. (2nd) southeast Texas

 
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Can anyone help me confirm the identity of the plant below?
Although the photos are contemporary I believe they are of the same type plant at two stages of maturity.
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I believe your first photo is of a species of buttercup (Ranunculus) and this one looks like an English daisy (Bellis).....
 
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