One of the numerous species of catseyes found in the United States, the thicksepal catseye is a hardy and prickly native wildflower found in the arid regions of the American Southwest and is a great source of nectar for many of the insects . This one photographed in the Pawnee National Grasslands of Northeastern Colorado.
- © 2011
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- Contained in galleries
- White Wildflowers, Boraginaceae (Borages and Forget-Me-Nots)