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On Aug 26, 2006, dmj1218 from west Houston, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:
A variety of C. pitcheri, C. pitcheri var. dictyota (formerly classified as Clematis filifera, or C. pitcheri var. filifera) grows in the Trans-Pecos at elevations of over 4000 feet.
Flowers are a beautiful soft creamsicle orange, and ... read more
This is one of the common Grass Skippers. Found throughout ... read more
Domestic Pigeons - descendants of the wild rock pigeon ... read more
Tastes like chicken....
Image courtesy of DG member ... read more
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