Cocklebur - Stock image

Cocklebur, Daisy Family, Plant, Close-up, Flowering Plant

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Stock photo ID:457548239
Upload date:December 15, 2013


Closeup of the burs on a Cocklebur plant (Xanthium strumarium). The plant is also known as a: Rough Cocklebur, Clotbur, Common Cocklebur, Large Cocklebur, Woolgarie Bur, or a Cucklebur. Many people think that each projection of the burs have sharp points, but if you look closely you can see that the projections are hooked, so that they catch on mammal fur, clothing, etc., and be dispersed.
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