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Pack Forest (Google, OSM)
46.8389367746, -122.2951426191
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For more on Pack Forest and context of walk, see daily account for 3/31. There was a whole stand of these flowers growing in a mushy grassy area along the old road. Long triangle shaped leaves were growing out of the same stems as the flowers, but surrounding the flowers were 5-segmented deeply toothed leaves. I couldn't tell if the leaves were of the same plant, they were growing in the same dense area, and around the same height, but didn't actually appear connected to the flower stems.

Apr. 07, 2012 22:15:11 -0700
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western sweet coltsfoot - Photo (c) sjenniferc, all rights reserved, uploaded by Sarah Jennifer
jesscubb's ID: western sweet coltsfoot (Petasites frigidus ssp. palmatus)
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western sweet coltsfoot - Photo (c) sjenniferc, all rights reserved, uploaded by Sarah Jennifer
jesscubb's ID: western sweet coltsfoot (Petasites frigidus ssp. palmatus)
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