Wooly Locoweed

Wooly Locoweed

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Caption: The Wooly Locoweed (Astragalus mollissimus), also known as Wooly Milkvetch, is widespread from West TX and the Plains States and throughout the Southwest. This species contains the compound swainsonine and is highly toxic to grazing animals. Photo San Juan Co., NM San Juan Co., NM.

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