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Pink-tinged bur-like seed heads on short reddish stems.
|Soil and Moisture Conditions|
|Distribution||Oregon distribution currently limited to southwestern coastal counties.|
|Reproduction and Spread||Spreads by roots and stem fragments. Burrs attach to animals and clothes.|
|Introduced||native to New Zealand. First found in Oregon in 1951.|
|Impact||Forms dense mats on coastal Bluffs and in lawns, barbed burrs can be painful.|