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eriogonum:

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common name for certain members of the Polygonaceae, a family of herbs and shrubs found chiefly in north temperate areas and having a characteristic pungent juice containing oxalic acid. Species native to the United States are most common in the West.
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enoptes columbiae (Mattoni), feeds almost exclusively on the long-lived prostrate shrub, Eriogonum compositum Dougl.
I love to watch the Eriogonum seeds deepen into their rust color against gray foliage and grasses.