Astragalus cobrensis A. Gray
Family: Fabaceae
copper mine milkvetch
Astragalus cobrensis image
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Astragalus cobrensis is a spreading perennial with pinnately compound leaves with usually at least some leaflets emarginate. The corolla is pinkish with purple makings. The pods are hairy and somewhat inflated. The calyx hairs are black or dark brown, an excellent field mark. Astragalus cobrensis is found in dry areas at middle elevation.
Astragalus cobrensis image
Russ Kleinman  
Astragalus cobrensis image
Russ Kleinman  
Astragalus cobrensis image
Russ Kleinman  
Astragalus cobrensis image
Russ Kleinman  
Astragalus cobrensis image
Russ Kleinman  
Astragalus cobrensis image
Russ Kleinman  
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