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Euphorbia setiloba

Fringed Spurge, Yuma sandmat, golondrina

Euphorbia setiloba
Euphorbia setiloba

Life form2, 3: forb, annual
Habitat: valleys, rocky slopes
leaf presence3: leaves usually present
leaf arrangement3: opposite
leaf format3: simple
leaf shape3: oval
leaf surface3: finely hairy
leaf margin3: bristly
Flower color2: white or whitish or pink or magenta
Flowering period2: Mar. to Oct.
Armament2, 3: spineless
Family1, 2, 3: Euphorbiaceae (spurge family)
Synonym(s)1: Chamaesyce setiloba
Status: locally common
Locations where collected or observed:
      Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge
      Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
      Tinajas Altas area
      Barry M. Goldwater Range
      Sonoran Desert National Monument
      Yuma area and southeastern California

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