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Wildflowers of Southern Arizona
Parsley (Apiaceae) family.
The tiny flowers are in flat-topped compound umbels. The flowers are followed by small, green, winged or ribbed fruits. The often parsley-like leaves are dark green and pinnately compound with highly variable leaflets that may be broad or narrow and lobed, dissected, or entire. The stems are slender, leafy, green, and erect.
Santa Catalina Mountains.
Location: Along upper division of Marshall Gulch Trail.
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