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Photo by Dr. John Meade, weed scientist emeritusRutgers Cooperative Extension
The awns of this plant have barbs which attach the seed to socks and trousers and irritate the skin. Found in wet areas. One species is known as Spanish Needle because the seed is long and thin.
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