I recently stated that woodland strawberry (Fragaria vesca) and sticky cinquefoil (Drymocallis glandulosa) could be confused if one were to ignore the prominent flower spikes on the Cinquefoil. While hiking on the Santa Ana River Trail I came across a large patch of Fragaria with prominent flower spikes. "Oh no," I thought, "this can't be Fragaria." And it wasn't. Phew. Apparently they like the same growing conditions and happily intergrow. The opportunity to look at them side by side gave me new insight into their differences and they aren't so close in appearance that they can't be distinguished by a keen observer.