|Photo by Wayne Klement 3/1/2015|
Wayne saw this Gila Monster on the Phone Line trail, before the turn-off to Blackett's.
|Photo by Bob Wenrick 3/18/2015|
We saw this beauty on Ned's Nature Walk. Compare Bob's photo to Wayne's and you'll see that these are two distinct Gila Monsters. Their patterns are unique, like human fingerprints.
|Photos by Marty Horowitz 3/18/2015|
After the Gila Monster crossed the road, s/he stayed around to be photographed by Marty.
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In this zoomed-in view by Marty, you can also see some plants : -) Specifically, the developing fruits of a Borage family plant (in the lower left) called Arch-nutted Comb Bur (Pectocarya recurvata). This plant has white flowers that are even tinier then the white flowers of the Cryptantha species; and, of course, the hairy foliage characteristic of this family.