Many stems with little rows of flowers on it. Growing in a pot full of dirt. Many of the tiny flowers are dried out. It is cultivated.
Moist Canyon at 104 degrees F
Landed on White Alder leaf in riparian woodland.
Prob. genus Hololena. Adult female with egg case under patio chair cushion.
Walks very fast with two rear legs. Very long tail. Disappeared in a hole on the ground.
Western Whiptail Lizard (Cnemidophorus tigris)
The plant is somewhat dry yet is around three feet tall.
These are the flowers in front of my house. The petals are a shade of pink and yellow things in the center. And their stems and leaves are really dried out.
On common purslane (Portulaca oleracea).
One of two, west side of park, near Eaton Wash. Widely distributed, introduced species.