Collection location: Bulverde, Texas, USA [Click for map]
Texas star, thought to be rare but only rare in distributiom, growing in a watershed area in association with cedar elm (Ulmus crassifolia) which has a limited range. .
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||16.96||3||(Chaelthomas,redeye311,Alan Rockefeller)|
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Amazing sight, and lucky you — right in your backyard. It’s November and I hope they’ll be coming up soon and you’re all set with the equipment to catch them hissing. Can’t wait!
I still haven’t cought them hissing yet. Something I’d like to video if given the opportunity. This was in my back yard so I’m sure I’ll get a chance in the near future.
yeah, it’s rare unless you are in the zone. obviously you were!
could you hear them hiss?
just a bit jealous.
Created: 2017-06-04 17:54:21 PDT (-0700)
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