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January, February, March, April, May
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Chihuahuan, Great Basin, Mojave, Sonoran
As with most species of Broomrape, Cooper's Broomrape is very strange-looking, lacks clorophyll, and does not have apparent leaves. It looks like a stubby root protruding from the ground with beautiful purple flowers. It seems to prefer species in the Asteraceae family, such as Brittlebush, Burrobush, and Sagebrush.