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Dried specimen. Tiny brambles cover the stalk.
Growing wild in brush area.
Often used in floral arrangements.
Dipsacaceae looks not bad, at least my thistles are in the same superfamily Carduoideae ;-)...
family Dipsacaceae, Dipsacus sp., don't know which species without leaves...
Some kind of a thistle I would say.
Spotted on Jul 11, 2013 Submitted on Jul 11, 2013
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