Double Bladderpod in fruit

Double Bladderpod in fruit

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Caption: Double bladderpod (Physaria acutifilia). When ripe, the inflated seed pods of the double bladderpod separate from the plant and are blown across the landsape, thus distributing their seeds. Bladderpods are members of the mustard family. This species is found from NM to Montana, west to ID and NV. Photo taken LaPlata County, Colorado, USA.

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