Lesquerella lasiocarpa (Hook. ex Gray) S. Wats. var. berlandieri (Gray) Payson
Berlandier Bladderpod is found growing in sandy or gravelly soils of the South Texas Plains. It tends to lay partially on the ground and can reach a length of 1 1/2 feet. The basal leaves are between 1 and 4 inches in length, while the upper leaves are from 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches long. Each leaf has a heavily toothed margin. The stem and leaves are covered with small branching hairs. The pale-yellow flower blooms from March through April and is often purplish in color when dry. The leaves, flowers, and fruits are eaten white-tailed deer. The seeds are occasionally eaten by quail.
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