Chamaesyce serpyllifolia

A common species throughout New Mexico. Very similar to Chamaesyce glyptosperma, which is distinguished only by having pronounced transverse ridges on the seeds; C. glyptosperma is also found primarily in the eastern part of the state on sand.

Cyathia near La Cueva on the west side of the Organ Mountains, Doña Ana Co., New Mexico, 7 Sep 2006.

Wider view, near La Cueva, 7 Sep 2006.

Still wider, near La Cueva, 7 Sep 2006.

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