A carpenter ant on a Euphorbia myrsinites L. (Myrtle Spurge), New Mexico - Myrtle Spurge, also known as Creeping Spurge or Donkeytail Spurge, is a highly invasive ornamental plant that is popular in xeriscapes and rock gardens in residential areas.   Myrtle spurge is often considered noxious and is invasive in some regions. Its cultivation is illegal in the U.S. state of Colorado and is classified as a noxious weed in the U.S. state of Oregon, subject to quarantine.  The milky sap can cause significant skin and eye irritations.
A carpenter ant on a Euphorbia myrsinites L. (Myrtle Spurge), New Mexico - Myrtle Spurge, also known as Creeping Spurge or Donkeytail Spurge, is a highly invasive ornamental plant that is popular in xeriscapes and rock gardens in residential areas. Myrtle spurge is often considered noxious and is invasive in some regions. Its cultivation is illegal in the U.S. state of Colorado and is classified as a noxious weed in the U.S. state of Oregon, subject to quarantine. The milky sap can cause...
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