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Buckbrush Ceanothus cuneatus

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

Fragrant smell. Lined a large section of trail.

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shooting stars Genus Dodecatheon

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triplep220

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April 10, 2010

Description

Reminded me of badminton birdies.

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baby-blue-eyes Nemophila menziesii

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triplep220

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April 10, 2010

Description

I like these.

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Ithuriel's Spear Triteleia laxa

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triplep220

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April 10, 2010

Description

Last flower of the hike.

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onions Genus Allium

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

Someone named this, but I don't recall.

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Purple Owl's Clover Castilleja exserta

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

These are beautiful. Very fun to look at with all of the specks of bright color.

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Mule's Ears Genus Wyethia

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

Not sure what this is.

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Blue-eyed Marys Genus Collinsia

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

Easy name to remember, and cool flowers!

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Western Wallflower Erysimum capitatum

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

Wallflower?

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Fungi including Lichens Kingdom Fungi

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triplep220

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April 10, 2010

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Clover Genus Trifolium

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

I like how this picture turned out.

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Lupines Genus Lupinus

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Description

Saw during a chilly, windy, and fun hike!

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Mount Diablo Fairy-Lantern Calochortus pulchellus

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triplep220

Date

April 10, 2010

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

I was told these a rare flowers only found in Mount Diablo State Park.

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