Clustered Broomrape

Clustered Broomrape

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Caption: Clustered Broomrape (Orobanche fasciculata), a root-parasitic flowering plant that lacks chlorophyll. It ranges from the western Plains States and West TX, west throughout a large portion of the Rocky Mountain foothills and the Southwest. Photo: Red Mesa Dunes, Apache Co., AZ.

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Keywords: botany, broomrape, clustered broomrape, endangered, endangered species, flora, lacks chlorophyll, nature, orobanche, orobanche fasciculata, parasite, parasites, parasitic, parasitic plant, parasitic plants, plant, plants, root parasite, root parasites, root-parasite, root-parasites, without chlorophyll

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