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Tribulus terrestris (aka Caltrop/3 cornered Jack) 22-Jan-2017 At 7:09:16 PM Eduardo Slabofvic
Dearest everybody,

I can confirm some recent sightings of the dreaded 3 cornered jack (and I don't mean Lattanzio!).

There was 20mm of rain a few days ago, which might just be enough to get them sprouting.

Please be on the lookout. Usual places are Dec Crag boulders and Pines camp ground.

If your not sure what one looks like, try mashing you bare foot into it. If it hurts, then you've probably found one. Repeat, as required.

Yours sincerely


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