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|date of photo May 23, 2004
location Pinnacles National Monument (San Benito County, California, US)notes Assuming M. aurantiacus and M. bifidus are actually two different species or varieties, this may be a hybrid of the two. Both the M. aurantiacus and M. bifidus forms are common at Pinnacles National Monument. This intermediate form is much more uncommon.photo category: Plant - shrub
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