Lupinus subcarnosus

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inflorescence flowers again!  Notice that there is no bright white spot at the tip of the inflorescence, and notice how widely spaced the flowers are.  Also, the wing petals have a more inflated appearance than in L. texensis.

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habit--Lupinus subcarnosus is an annual leaf--in Lupinus subcarnosus, the apex of the leaf is mucronate.  How does this differ from the leaves of L. texensis?
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fruits--do you see the seeds inside the legumes? habit and habitat--L. subcarnosus lives in sandy soils east of Austin and San Antonio, and can put just as impressive a show as L. texensis can!