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|date of photo Oct 2001
location French Camp and Jack Tone Roads (San Joaquin County, California, US)family Chenopodiaceaenotes Even though this is a noxious weed, the range of colors for its flowers is incredible. In the early Fall, they can color entire roadsides from white to scarlet, deep purple to pumpkin orange. A bit of advice - the thorns are very easy to get into your skin. They are exponentially difficult to remove!camera Sony Mavica MVC FD-83contributor's ID # Salsola _tragus_SJC_3 photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Russianthistle, Prickly Russian Thistle, Tumbleweed (CF, ITIS )
Russianthistle, Tumbleweed (photographer)
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