Woolly Indian Paintbrush
Ranging from California to Texas along the US-Mexico border, and occurring south well into Mexico, the wooly Indian paintbrush is a native desert species of the Castilleja genus. This one was photographed on the road leading to the Chiricahua National Monument near Willcox in Southeastern Arizona.
- © 2013
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