Cuscuta umbellata Kunth  
Family: Convolvulaceae
flatglobe dodder,  more...
[Cuscuta umbellata var. reflexa (Coult.) Yuncker,  more]
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Anthony Mendoza  
Plant: Leafless and rootless, perennial, parasite forb; stems twining or trailing, yellow-orange Flowers: flowers small, almost colorless, in many-flowered cymose clusters; calyx equaling or surpassing the campanulate corolla tube Fruit: a circumscissile capsule. Notes: This plant is parasitic. It is leafless, rootless, and the stems yellow.Haustoria (suckers) are present.The corolla is campanulate in shape. References: Kearney & Peebles; Arizona Flora. ASU specimans
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Patrick Alexander  
Cuscuta umbellata image
Patrick Alexander  
Cuscuta umbellata image
Max Licher  
Cuscuta umbellata image
Max Licher  
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