SE Arizona perennial Tithymalloids

This is just so I can keep track of the different forms of the perennial Tithymalloids (subg. Esula) I saw on the SE AZ iNatathon earlier this year. One of the forms is quite odd and doesn't fit the descriptions of either E. brachycera or E. chamaesula very well.

Dichasial bracts elongated; mostly convergent horns: (Discussion) (Discussion)

Dichasial bracts less elongated; mostly divergent horns:

Posted by nathantaylor nathantaylor, October 20, 2017 22:13



Euphorbia iNaturalistensis! ;)

Posted by sambiology over 3 years ago (Flag)

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