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Spotting

Description:

Could this be Pink Fuzzybean (Strophostyles umbellata?) Perhaps the Trailing Fuzzybean (Strophostyles helvola?) I feel confident it's in that ballpark, but not sure about which pea it is exactly.

Habitat:

Winding through a thick, thick patch of cane-like plants that towered 10-12 ft. above everything. They were dense along the lower foliage and shared space with a peppervine. The area looked like it'd get pretty ample sunlight, and it was very close to sandy soil and the arkansas river.

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Matthew Hammond
Spotted by
Matthew Hammond

Arkansas, USA

Spotted on Sep 17, 2019
Submitted on Sep 22, 2019

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