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Yerba Mansa A wetland plant flowering next to a desert spring is Yerba Mansa (Anemopsis californica) at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada, United States. Ramsar site no. 347.  Anemopsis,Anemopsis californica,Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge,Geotagged,Nevada,Ramsar wetland,Spring,United States,Yerba Mansa Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Yerba Mansa

A wetland plant flowering next to a desert spring is Yerba Mansa (Anemopsis californica) at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada, United States. Ramsar site no. 347.

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  1. You got some interesting plants of your sleeve! Posted one year ago
    1. You find interesting things at Ramsar Sites. Posted one year ago
  2. Fantastic as always! Posted one year ago
    1. Wow! Thank you Lisa :) Posted one year ago

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The monotypic genus ''Anemopsis'' has only one species, ''Anemopsis californica'', with the common names yerba mansa or lizard tail. It is a perennial herb in the lizard tail family and prefers very wet soil or shallow water.

Similar species: Piperales
Species identified by Greg Shchepanek
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By Greg Shchepanek

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Uploaded Dec 10, 2018. Captured Apr 20, 2016 17:52 in Point of Rocks Rd, Pahrump, NV 89060, USA.
  • COOLPIX S9900
  • f/4.0
  • 1/2000s
  • ISO125
  • 4.5mm