NAZ Flora: A Photographic, Annotated Catalog of Northern Arizona Vascular Plants, published by Mindbird Maps & Books

Chenopodium graveolens

Fetid Goosefoot

A member of the Chenopodiaceae, the Goosefoot Family

Habitat of Chenopodium graveolens, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.

Habitat, among burned ponderosa pine.
This usually inconspicuous annual turns pink or red in the fall as it dies.
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest: Along state highway 260, Linden.

29 September 2003.

Image copyright © Dwight Klaus, used with permission.



Habit of Chenopodium graveolens, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.

Habit.
Ruler is 15 inches long.
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest: Specimen from along state highway 260, Linden.

29 September 2003.

Image copyright © Dwight Klaus, used with permission.



Dry inflorescence of Chenopodium graveolens, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.

Dry inflorescence detail.
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest: Specimen from along state highway 260, Linden.

29 September 2003.

Image copyright © Dwight Klaus, used with permission.



Inflorescence and foliage detail of Chenopodium graveolens, Grand Canyon National Park.

Inflorescence and foliage detail.
Grand Canyon National Park: At Buggeln Hill Picnic Area.

15 September 2004.

Photograph copyright © Lee Dittmann.



Habit of Chenopodium graveolens, Grand Canyon National Park.

Habit and habitat.
Grand Canyon National Park: At Buggeln Hill Picnic Area.

15 September 2004.

Photograph copyright © Lee Dittmann.



Habit of Chenopodium graveolens, Walnut Canyon National Monument.

Habit and habitat.
Walnut Canyon National Monument: Along Rim Trail, at ca. 6700 feet.

25 September 2005.

Photograph copyright © Lee Dittmann.



Habit of Chenopodium graveolens, Walnut Canyon National Monument.

Habit.

Same plants as in prior image.

25 September 2005.

Photograph copyright © Lee Dittmann.


This page last revised 10 April 2009.

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