Mountain cedar pollen is visible as cloudy puffs just above the trees in Junction in January 2014.
Mountain cedar pollen is visible as cloudy puffs just above the trees in Junction in January 2014. Robert Stubblefield Texas Tech University Center at Junction
Mountain cedar pollen is visible as cloudy puffs just above the trees in Junction in January 2014. Robert Stubblefield Texas Tech University Center at Junction

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