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Salt Cedar

Tamarix ramosissima

Description:

A small tree growing in a dense clump of its species. This particular salt cedar was flowering. It has feathery needles for leaves, red stems, and pink flowers.

Habitat:

This salt cedar was growing in the Rio Grande Bosque, a gallery forest along the river

Notes:

Salt cedars are an invasive species here.

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Graham Monroe
Spotted by
Graham Monroe

New Mexico, USA

Spotted on May 21, 2017
Submitted on May 22, 2017

Spotted for Mission

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