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Euphorbia myrsinites (myrtle spurge, also known as creeping spurge or "donkey tail"), is a succulent species of the spurge (family Euphorbiaceae).
Native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor from Italy east through the Balkans to the Crimea and Turkey.It has been artificially introduced as a decorative garden plant in other areas, especially North America.
This was found growing abundantly in a vacant lot on the Provo River in Orem. It is a low lying plant growing in very rocky soil. This is my first upload...hopefully someone can help me ID it?