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   2. Ivy-leaf Ground Cherry, Physalis hederifolia, was growing in the road on the walk down. (Photo above - May 2020)
4. There are many species of Oenothera in the Black Range, this, Oenothera brachycarpa, is found at middle and upper elevations, despite what its Common English Name - Desert Evening Primrose - might lead you to think. Along this walk there are numerous individuals growing in the rock debris about half way down the road. (Photo above - May 2020)
3. The Canyon Grape, Vitis arizonica, (aka Arizona Grape) is the common grape found growing up - just about anything - in our area, generally at middle elevations. On this walk we found many individuals growing beside the road and in Drummond Canyon. (Photo below - May 2020)

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