parasitic dodder

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High dodder (Cuscuta campestris) Royalty Free Stock Photo
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Dodder, a plant parasite (that has almost no chlorophyll to make its own food) engulfs, entwines and sucks the life from a group of large shrubs and small trees. Plant family: Cuscutaceae. Genus: Cuscuta. Dodder is sometimes referred to by other names, i.e. love vine, strangleweed, devil's guts, goldthread, pull-down, devil's ringlet, hellbine, hairweed, devil's hair, hailweed, beggarweed, hellweed, and strangle tare.


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