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Red cactus flower buds near my tent A bluish-grey moth with subtle peach trim visits my cup while coffee is steepingThumbnailsPaper-bag bush (aka salazaria mexicana, bladder sage) growing near my tentA bluish-grey moth with subtle peach trim visits my cup while coffee is steepingThumbnailsPaper-bag bush (aka salazaria mexicana, bladder sage) growing near my tentA bluish-grey moth with subtle peach trim visits my cup while coffee is steepingThumbnailsPaper-bag bush (aka salazaria mexicana, bladder sage) growing near my tentA bluish-grey moth with subtle peach trim visits my cup while coffee is steepingThumbnailsPaper-bag bush (aka salazaria mexicana, bladder sage) growing near my tentA bluish-grey moth with subtle peach trim visits my cup while coffee is steepingThumbnailsPaper-bag bush (aka salazaria mexicana, bladder sage) growing near my tent

I've seen quite a few cactus flowers already on this trip, but these tight red buds have a glossiness that makes them look like plastic. I'm stopping to see if maybe they are just some kind of foreign matter that got stuck to the plant.