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|date of photo Mar 29, 2005
location In a wash near Jubilee Pass, Death Valley (Inyo County, California, US)family Campanulaceaenotes Habit of Nemacladus tenuis var. aliformis. Although it is inconspicuous (as expected with Nemacladus), it is still relatively robust compared to the other members of the genus which I have seen. This was originally posted on 5/1/05 as Nemacladus rubescens var. tenuis. Nancy Morin reviewed it on 12/29/08 and updated the name to Nemacladus tenuis var. aliformis in light of her revised treatment of the genus.camera Shot on a Canon D60 at f8, 1/80 with a Canon 50mm compact macro lens.photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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