Erodium

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Erodium

two Australian species of the genus, belonging to the family Geraniaceae, E. cicutarium and E. moschatum are alleged to cause photosensitization without there being a hepatic lesion; no specific toxin has been identified. Called also storksbill.
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1 -- 3 -- color) Poppies and filarees are shown top, while a trail, above, leads through the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in Lancaster.
Important species in the more-arid areas included winter annuals such as globe mallows (Sphaeralcea), native and nonnative mustard species (Brassica, Sisymbrium, Lesquerella, Descurainia), nievitas (Coryphantha), plantains (Plantago), filaree (Erodium cicutarium), California poppy (Eschscholzia mexicana), broadleaf combseed (Pectocarya platycarpa), and red-maids (Calandrinia ciliata).
In a four-year study an increase in wheat seed rate from 50 to 300 kg ha-1 reduced redstem filaree (Erodium cicutarium (L.
00 to Filaree Farm, 182 Conconully Hwy, Okanogan WA 98840, to receive their 32-page catalog which lists and explains the differences between some 70 varieties of garlic.
On Friday, the reserve itself had few poppies, though the hills were green with grass and redstem filaree, and patches of poppies were blooming in a field facing the reserve's main entrance.