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Inflorescence is obviously pedunculate; staminodes are straight and slightly shorter than the anthers. This is another beautiful example of the remnant native plant diversity found on the Fort Scott prairie.
Deep purple flower with reddish circular pistols (I think that's what they are called in the middle of the flower)
Running around beach near Crissy Field
The center of an orchid
The boisterous, blubbery tourist attractions were there as promised.
There were many of these birds in the trees around the lake.
There were many gopher holes throughout the park and especially around Stow Lake. This one was curious at our interest in it.