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ID this legume please

 
Brad Cloutier
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Sorry, I don't have a ton of experience with ID unless I've seen it personally. This stuff was growing wild alongside the slopes of a pond and it was everywhere! Sandy and rocky soil in Northern Indiana.



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A few more pics
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Here's a bigger pic from the first post with the leaves in her hand.
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It is hard to tell without really close pictures, but it looks like it could be small fuzzy bean vine.
Strophostyles leiosperma or a close relative.



 
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