Sunday, April 5, 2009

Acalypha rhomoidea


This is a little weed about half a foot tall with slightly hairy leaves an inch or so long. There are dozens of species of Acalypha in North America. A. rhomoidea may sometimes be considered a subspecies of A. viginica which is also very common. The flowers are inconspicuous and occur in the leaf axils.

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