Web References for the Cuscutaceae. Vascular Plant Image Library Images of the Cuscutaceae
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Cuscuta americana (American dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta approximata (smallseed alfalfa dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta californica image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta californica var. breviflora image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta californica var. californica image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta californica var. papillosa image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta campestris from the Botanical Site of Leif & Anita Stridvall
Cuscuta campestris species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Cuscuta campestris species page from the Flowers in Israel
Cuscuta ceanothi image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta ceanothi (canyon dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta cuspidata (Cusp dodder) image page from Pasture and Roadside Flowering Plants of Goodwell and Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma
Cuscuta denticulata image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta denticulata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cuscuta epilinum (flax dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta epithymum from the Botanical Site of Leif & Anita Stridvall
Cuscuta epithymum image page from UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Ecocrop
Cuscuta epithymum species page from Floral Images
Cuscuta epithymum (clover dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta epithymum image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Cuscuta epithymum image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Cuscuta epithymum (Dodder) species page from the Flora of Nothern Ireland
Cuscuta europaea species page from Flowers in Ultraviolet
Cuscuta exaltata - Cultivated, from Greenhouse, Penn State. Known as Tree Dodder. (flowers)
Cuscuta exaltata - Cultivated, from Greenhouse, Penn State. Known as Tree Dodder. (gynoecium with scarcely fused styles)
Cuscuta exaltata - Cultivated, from Greenhouse, Penn State. Known as Tree Dodder. (inflorescence (Coleus) in background)
Cuscuta fasciculata image page from New Mexico Rare Plants
Cuscuta glomerata image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Cuscuta gronovii species page from the Connecticut Botanical Society
Cuscuta gronovii (swamp dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta gronovii species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cuscuta howelliana image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta indecora (largeseed dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta indecora species image page from Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness (USA - New Mexico)
Cuscuta indecora species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cuscuta indecora image page from Native Plants of South Texas
Cuscuta japonica image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (plant on tree)
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (plant on Fraxinus tree (which is now dead))
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (plant on Ligustrum shrub)
Cuscuta japonica (Japanese dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (flowers) (flowers) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (open corolla showing shape of lobes) (open corolla showing shape of lobes) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (corolla, showing shape) (corolla, showing shape) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (open flower showing slender style) (open flower showing slender style) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (strands on foliage) (strands on foliage) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (strands on foliage) (strands on foliage) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (on mixed foliage of fence line) (on mixed foliage of fence line) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (on fenceline, with human for scale) (on fenceline, with human for scale) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (stems, with pencil for scale) (stems, with pencil for scale) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (developing inflorescences on Ligustrum) (developing inflorescences on Ligustrum) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (strands with developing inflorescences) (strands with developing inflorescences) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica - Introduced, from Houston, Texas. Known as Japanese Dodder. (strands with developing inflorescences) (strands with developing inflorescences) - photo by Mary Ketchersid, contact: Monique Reed
Cuscuta japonica species page from Texas Invasives
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Flowering plant (with galls) on Sesbania herbacea; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Point of contact on Sesbania herbacea; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Flower at anthesis; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Flowers with developing fruit; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Flowers with developing fruit - close; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Fruit from above - close; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Developing fruit; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa (zoom) - Inflorescence; Conoco plant, Bryan, Brazos County, Texas - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa - flowers on Justicia from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2964, TAMU 33670
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa - insect gall on stem from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2964, TAMU 33670
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa - flowers from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2964, TAMU 33670
Cuscuta obtusiflora var. glandulosa - developing fruit from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2964, TAMU 33670
Cuscuta pentagona image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta pentagona (field dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta pentagona image page from Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses
Cuscuta pentagona from the Oregon Flora Image Project
Cuscuta pentagona var. pubescens - parasite on Thelesperma from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2574, TAMU 31786
Cuscuta pentagona var. pubescens - parasite on Thelesperma from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2574, TAMU 31786
Cuscuta pentagona var. pubescens - parasite on Thelesperma from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2574, TAMU 31786
Cuscuta pentagona var. glabrior - flowers (close up) from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2658, TAMU 31870
Cuscuta pentagona var. glabrior - flowering plants on Thamnosma from Winston Ranch, Uvalde Co., Texas - photo by Robert Corbett - Monique Reed collection 2892
Cuscuta pentagona var. pentagona (fiveangled dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta pentagona var. pentagona species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cuscuta potosina species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cuscuta reflexa image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta rostrata (beaked dodder) species page from Forestry Images
Cuscuta salina image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta salina from the Oregon Flora Image Project
Cuscuta salina species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cuscuta salina var. papillata image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta sandwichiana species image page from Plants of Hawaii (HEAR)
Cuscuta sp species page from the Flora of Chile
Cuscuta sp. - plant in flower - photo: Hugh Wilson
Cuscuta sp. (dodder) species page from Bioimages
Cuscuta sp. image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta sp. - Native, from Navasota Flora. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta sp. - Native, from Navasota Flora. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta sp. - Native, from Serpentine outcrop, Gillespie Co., TX. (whole plants) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta sp. - Native, from Big Bend National Park. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta sp. - Native, from Big Bend National Park. (whole plant) - photo: James Manhart
Cuscuta sp. (parasite)
Cuscuta sp. #0053 species page from the Flora of Chile
Cuscuta spp. image page from Missouri Plants
Cuscuta subinclusa image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta suksdorfii var. subpedicellata image page from CalPhotos
Cuscuta trifolii image page from Josef Hlasek - Wildlife Photo Gallery
Cuscuta tuberculata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network
Cuscuta umbellata species page from the Image Libarary - Southwest Environmental Infomation Network


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