Growing in serpentine soil . You can see why it is sometimes called Mickey Mouse Monkeyflower . Photo from past files .
tree on a religious retreat
Elm behind y2e2. Building, stanford campus
On the driveway at dawn.
About 3 mm long, near mouth of harvester ant nest (Vermessor, formerly Messor).
Probably M. oregonensis based mostly on location, but maybe M. manni or something similar.
Barely active in the cool afternoon.
Golden Aster Heterotheca sessilflora ssp echioides. Open grasslands. Only know stand on the Preserve