Desert Dodder

Desert Dodder

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Caption: Desert Dodder (Cuscuta veatchii) is a parasitic vine that often infests Elephant Trees (Pachycormus discolor), especially at the latitude of Bahia de los Angeles in Baja, Mexico. It attacks other plant families as well.

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Keywords: anacardiaceae, baja, baja elephant bush, cashew family, copalquin, cuscuta veatchii, desert, desert biome, desert ecosystem, dodder, elephant tree, endemic, flora, mexican plant, mexico flora, north america, north american, pachycormus discolor, parasite, parasitic plant, plant, torote blanco, tree, vertical

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