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Flowers of clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) taken from a lawn near apartments on George Bush Drive. College Station, Texas, November 12, 2012
Clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) taken from Bee Creek Park. College Station, Texas, March 3, 2018
Green lynx spider on clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule), with bright purple tubular flowers in whorls in TAMU Holistic Garden in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, December 31, 2008
Purple tubular flowers of clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) in TAMU Horticultural Gardens in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, January 24, 2009
Freeze on clasping henbit (Lamium amplexicaule) in TAMU Horticultural Gardens in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, December 28, 2009
Clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) in Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site. Washington, Texas, March 19, 2010.
Flowers of clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) taken from Bee Creek Park. College Station, Texas, March 3, 2018
Freeze on clasping henbit (Lamium amplexicaule) on a lawn in TAMU Horticultural Gardens in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, January 2, 2010.
Clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) taken from a lawn near apartments on George Bush Drive. College Station, Texas, January 13, 2014
Clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) taken from a lawn near apartments on George Bush Drive. College Station, Texas, November 12, 2012
Flowers of clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) taken from a lawn near apartments on George Bush Drive. College Station, Texas, January 13, 2014
Clasping henbit (henbit deadnettle, Lamium amplexicaule) with powdery mint mildew caused by fungus Neoerysiphe galeopsidis in TAMU Holistic Garden in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, March 27, 2021
Powdery mint mildew caused by fungus Neoerysiphe galeopsidis on clasping henbit (Lamium amplexicaule) in TAMU Holistic Garden in Texas A and M University. College Station, Texas, March 27, 2021

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