Missouri Milkvetch

Missouri Milkvetch

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Caption: Astragalus missouriensis var. missouriensis is a subspecies of the widespread Missouri Milkvetch. It is one of the locoweeds, and is toxic to sheep and cattle if eaten. The species as a whole is found from eastern NM, western TX and the plains states to west of the Rockies. Photo taken in Black Rock Canyon, Apache Co., AZ.

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