Western wildcucumber, Marah oreganus (T. & G.) Howell Public Deposited

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  • Western wildcucumber (Marah oreganus [T. & G.] Howell), also known as Oldman- in-the-ground, Echinocystis oregana Cogn., is a perennial with stems that regrow each spring from a huge woody root. Stems become long, and they climb with the aid of branched tendrils. Leaves are alternate, lobed, and up to 6 inches wide and long.
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