CalPhotos    Photo Database

Euphorbia sp.; Eyebane   

Contributors      Log In  

click photo for larger file
Euphorbia sp.
Euphorbia sp.
Photographer: Brother Alfred Brousseau
Organization: St. Mary's College
Collection: Brousseau

ID: 5315 2021 1101 0054 (1996-07-14)

Copyright © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California

  • date of photo  unknown
  • location   California, US
  • family Euphorbiaceae
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • common names   Eyebane, Nodding Spurge, Spotted Sandmat, Spotted Spurge (ITIS )
  • View Encyclopedia of Life record for Euphorbia sp.
  • View all photos in CalPhotos of Euphorbia sp.
  • Check Google Images for Euphorbia sp.

  • Reviewers' comments about this photo (review or add another comment)
    1. Reviewed by Dora Jakobsdottir    Jun 2, 2004

    Action: changed name from "Euphorbia preslii" to "Chamaesyce nutans "

    Reviewer's comments:
         "Synonym updated."

    2. Reviewed by Liese Greensfelder    Aug 23, 2008

    Action: commented on photo

    Reviewer's comments:
         "C. nutans does not have an involucre like the ones shown in this photo. Thus, I believe the plant is misidentified. It might be a sun spurge (Euphorbia helioscopia), but it's not C. nutans. (note:CalPhoto's 3 other C. nutans photos show a very different plant than this one.)"

    3. Reviewed by keir morse    Nov 25, 2012

    Action: changed name from "Chamaesyce nutans" to "Euphorbia sp. "

    Reviewer's comments:
         "Definitely Euphorbia and not a Chamaesyce."

    Using this photo   The thumbnail photo (128x192 pixels) on this page may be freely used for personal or academic purposes without prior permission under the Fair Use provisions of US copyright law as long as the photo is clearly credited with © 1995 Saint Mary's College of California. For other uses, or if you have questions, contact the Saint Mary's College of California Archives.


    Copyright © 1995-2019 UC Regents. All rights reserved.

    CalPhotos is a project of BNHM     University of California, Berkeley