Euphorbia misera, known by the common name cliff spurge, is a species of spurge in western North America.
The distinctive flower is hairy and glandular and has a central nectar disc with a bright red appendage with scalloped edges and a light yellow fringe. The style in the pistillate flower extends outward and is divided at the tip. The anthers are bright yellow.
The fruit is a spherical capsule with lobes containing round, wrinkled gray seeds.
- Jepson Manual Treatment: Euphorbia misera
- USDA Plants Profile: Euphorbia misera
- Euphorbia misera — U.C. Photo gallery
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