halogeton

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Halogeton

(hal-ō-jē'tŏn),
A genus of plants (family Chenopodiaceae) on range lands in the western U.S. and other arid regions of the world; it causes poisoning in cattle and sheep because of the presence of soluble oxalates.

halogeton

Halogeton glomeratus.