Cooper and I avoid the early morning dusting carried on 30-40 mph winds. We defer our prairie romp until midday. The shortgrass prairie flora is in flowering remission. To my great surprise I come across a barely noticeable cache of subshrub. The Trans-Pecos Five Eyes (chamaesaracha villosa, aka Woolly False Nightshade) is a perennial herb of the potato family native to the Southwest. This hairy plant with distinctively crinkled leaves and tiny star to pentagon-shaped flowers grows low to the ground.