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Photo © Ken-ichi Ueda, some rights reserved
Fremont Peak State Park, Sa... (Google, OSM) Details Hide details

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I'm calling this L. ciliatus because the it definitely has long hairs and red-spotted petals, but frankly the pics of this species and L. bicolor look almost identical to me, and I don't know where this transparent membrane between the calyx lobes that the keys mention is supposed to be.

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whisker brush - Photo (c) Tom Hilton, some rights reserved (CC BY)
kueda's ID: whisker brush (Leptosiphon ciliatus)
Posted by kueda about 3 years ago (Flag)
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whisker brush - Photo (c) Tom Hilton, some rights reserved (CC BY)
kueda's ID: whisker brush (Leptosiphon ciliatus)
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