Fred, Love seeing your pictures, thanks for posting. Big Bend is a magical place for plants. Your "Silverlace Cactus" looks too big to be CoryphanthaMaury01
I am very pleased that it (silverlace cactus) was in bloom when I was at the Big Bend in mid-April. For pictures of it see: Big Bend Ranch State Parkfre38d
Fred--what an interesting plant. Both Gaillardia and Helenium should have toothed ray flowers, as should Coreopsis and Thelesperma. Any chance of a good photoaggiebot5
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