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Mule Fat

Baccharis salicifolia

Description:

Native bush with sticky, long, narrow, lanceolate leaves and white flowers. These grow in wet areas.

Habitat:

Coast Sage Scrub along pond shoreline.

Notes:

Aka Seep Willow or Water-wally. According to one source, "The Kayenta Navajo people use this plant in a compound infusion of plants used as a lotion for chills from immersion."

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San Marcos, California, USA

Lat: 33.13, Long: -117.14

Spotted on Jan 20, 2015
Submitted on Jan 21, 2015

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