What are these weeds?

Boneless

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I have 0 plant knowledge aside from plants I grow myself. Wondering if these weeds are safe for a baby red foot. Thanks!

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I think the second picture is just clovers? Lol can't recall.
 

Maro2Bear

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All kinds of “weeds” in those pix. But, I’m pretty confident based on pix in No 2 that those small roundish flowers are not clover. I don’t see any clover leaves there at all.
 

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I use the app "Picture This" which has been very reliable in giving me the name of the weed, which I can then investigate further, if need be. I took pictures of your pictures and it came up with Aligatorweed a species of Joseph's coat for the little flowering plant in the bottom picture. It is in the Amaranthacea-Amaranth, Goosefoot family. The top picture's primary flowering weed came up as Devil's beggarticks aka Bur Marigold, Pitchfork week and Sticktights it is in the Asteraceae-Daisy family. Both considered invasive weeds. Both are considered Herbs. Nothing mentioned about them being dangerous. Good Luck!
 

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Agreed the one with the little pink flower is beggertsticks or similar. Safe, if your tortoise will eat it.
 
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