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If you recognize any of these flowers and know their name(s), please make a note of the number over the flower and email me at webmistress AT sunnisan DOT com


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Greasewood? Or maybe Allscale?
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These photos were taken March 31, 2005. I need a follow up later in the year for determination.
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Alkaline, sandy and arid soil in the Klamath Wildlife Reserve.
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(Wild)
Perhaps another rock cress?.
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The first six pictures were taken on July 2.
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Location is Bear Valley Rd and same location as the Blepharipappas scaber. 
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