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White Texas Bluebonnet (mutant)

Lupinus texensis


The state flower of Texas is the Bluebonnet. It's not very common to see white ones just out in a field. As you can see in the field shot, the white ones stick out like a sore thumb. If you do happen to see them, it's usually because they've been genetically altered. Texas A&M has created several variations including a red version, which matches the school's colors.

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KatCuff 3 years ago


OnengDyah 3 years ago

Nice colour..

Texas, USA

Lat: 30.49, Long: -97.81

Spotted on Apr 9, 2012
Submitted on Apr 9, 2012


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