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Spanish Clover

October 15, 2015

Spanish Clover

October 15, 2015
Posted in: Nature | Reading Time: 1 minute

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Spanish clover, Acmispon americanus -  235/365

Spanish clover, Acmispon americanus, is an upright, hairy annual up to 25 mm high with a singular pale pink flower that is only 6 mm in size! Its other common name is American bird's-foot trefoil. The plant is a species of legume native to most  of California, Western US, Western Canada and Mexico. I found this lonely singular flower along a quiet road in Santa Cruz Mountains.

 

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