Weed identification help.

Joma

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This is growing in Northern New Mexico in previously disturbed dirt. It smells fresh :)
 

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RosemaryDW

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I also think some kind of burr/hop clover or perhaps black medic. We’d have to wait for flowers to be sure which one but both are safe as part of a varied diet.
 

TeamZissou

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I vote for bur clover since the leaves are more serrated than pics show for black medic. They're in the same genus anyway

 

Joma

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Thanks everyone. Really appreciated. I also posted on my regional fb page and they said the same thing - but lover / black medic. I’ll also keep a look out for flowers to confirm.
 
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