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|date of photo Jan 8, 2005
location Near Wind Caves, just south of Split Mountain gorge. Anza-Borrego State Park (San Diego County, California, US)plant community Rocky desert slope.notes Two anomalies are visible here. First the color dimorphism (yellowish on left, whitish on right). Second, there are a number of 4-merous flowers (two can be seen just in from the upper leftmost flowers). Flowers in Asclepias are normally 5-merous.camera Shot on a Canon D60 at f10, 1/200 using a Canon 50mm Compact Macro lens.photo category: Plant - shrub
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