Cinquefoil or Ranunculus?
Phlox or granite gilia?
Broadleaf tree, Southeast Pennsylvania
Turtle, Schulkill River
Wood Ducks, Wissahickon Creek
Alligator Lizard, Mineral King Valley
Swans in London
Perching bird in Tuolumne Meadows
Mule deer doe and fawn near Tuolumne Meadows
Belding's Ground Squirrel
Lizard, Wawona campground
Red-tailed hawk on a foothill pine
Oak gall on blue oak leaf
Oak galls on the undersides of blue oak leaves
Perching Bird, Lake County, IL
Blurry flowered tiger lily
Mariposa lily near Cathedral Creek
Maroon flowers near Matthes Crest
Beardtongues near Matthes Crest
Pika food: heather?
Another Mimulus near Matthes Crest.
Moist meadow habitat, relatively high elevation.
Leaves entire, roughly ovate or oblong, rounded based, blade length 5 mm.
One flower per stem.
Pedicel longer than calyx.
Calyx lobes shorter than tube.
Yellow corollas with orange speckles on the lower petals.
Tube throat around 10 mm long.