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Trailing fuzzybean

Strophostyles helvola


This species is an annual vine with a fuzzy stem up to 3 meters long. The leaves are usually divided into three lobes. Pealike purple flowers grow on leafless stalks. The fruit is a fuzzy pod up to 10 centimeters long containing shiny black seeds with hairy coats.[


Bittern Marsh Trail next to the river at Lake Lewisville Environmental Learning Area.


Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area.

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Trailing Fuzzy-Bean
Strophostyles helvola

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1 Comment

gatorfellows 11 years ago

Thanks - spotting corrected.

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Denton, Texas, USA

Spotted on Sep 12, 2012
Submitted on Sep 16, 2012

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