Rumex fueginus

Wildflowers Dicots Caryophyllales Polygonaceae Rumex

I don’t think I have seen this plant. I mis-identified R. conglomeratus instead (see comment below).

One Response to “Rumex fueginus”

  1. David Keil, Cal Poly Biology Department Says:

    This is Rumex conglomeratus, not R. fueginus. The inner sepals of R. fueginus have long, bristle-like teeth and the inflorescence is very crowded.

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