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.: cindyl :.
Mar 12 2017
Butcher Jones Trail #463
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Mar 1 2010
West Wing Mountain
Magnoliophyta - Flowering plant
FamilyHydrophyllaceae - Waterleaf
ElevationBelow 4000
Prime BloomBlue
BloomsFeb - May
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Phacelia crenulata

Comments
Annual to 18 inches high, with sticky, bristly stems.
Rancid drift
Emits onionlike (rancid drift [copyright: joe bartels]) odor when foliage is crushed or stem is broken. The name "scorpionweed" refers to curling flowerhead that resembles a scorpion's erect tail.
Flowers
Violet-purple, bell-shaped, with 5 rounded, united petals; to 1/4" wide,; in finely haired, terminal coilsl
Leaves
Dark green, hairy, much-divided, variable; to 5" long
Habitat
Roadsides, desert washes, and desert flats.
See also
Desert Bell
Wild Heliotrope
Cleftleaf wildheiotrope is found at 5,000-7,000ft.
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