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|date of photo Apr 30, 2004
location Fort Ord (Monterey County, California, US)plant community Mixed Oak woodland/Chaparral on relatively sandly substrate.notes Fruits of Vicia hassei. Note that there are two well-spaced fruits on each peduncle. The style tips (not shown here) have a small but distinctive 'unicorn-like' tuft of hairs on the outside (convex) edge, just below the (hairy) stigma. The similar looking Vicia ludoviciana has flowers and fruits very close to each other and lacks the 'unicorn' style tuft.camera Shot on a Canon D60 at f5, 1/400 w/ a 50mm Canon Compact macro lens.photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Hasse's Vetch (ITIS )
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