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|Photographer: Adonis (Don) Tate
ID: 0000 0000 0609 0851 (2009-06-04)
Copyright © 2009 Adonis (Don) Tate
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|date of photo May 23, 2009
location La Purisima Mission State Historic Park, north of Lompoc. (Santa Barbara County, California, US)notes I had come back to photograph a reed over 7 ft tall, with a section in the middle that was dramatically coiled, like a cable used to secure a bicycle. Unfortunately, a deer ate that one, and this was the best remaining corkscrew I could find. Not impressive! I've seen twisty J. textilis at Burton Mesa as well, though even less twisty than the pictured example. Small J. textilis could be mistaken for J. mexicanus, which is 'supposed to be' twisty, unlike J. textilis.photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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Twisty Example (photographer)
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