What Is a Cocklebur Plant?

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A cocklebur plant is a coarse herbaceous annual plant that has erect and stout stems with spreading branches, which are angled and red-spotted. It occurs throughout Illinois and also the rest of the United States as a stray plant in cornfields, waste places and along roadsides.
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