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Plant Id- Streaked Rattlepod Crotalaria pallida

 
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They have a yellow flower that turns into pods and grow about a meter and half high to then dry and die.
Found in Colombian tropical dry forest, they’re also very hardy during the dry seasons and remain green. If anyone knows it’s name it would be very helpful. Thanks!
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I think it is Streaked Rattlepod Crotalaria pallida
Wikipedia
"grown as a ground cover and a green manure crop"
 
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You got it! Thanks a lot!!
 
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