Some were in bloom and others were in seed .
This was the first well documented record of this genus for this area .
At water .
On Lupinus succulentus ( Arroyo Lupine ) .
This individual was in the last hours of its life . It could barely move or stand up .
A wild and unrestrained individual , just as we found it . On edge of brush . It temporarily froze and then was gone in a flash .
Is it some kind of mint?
This flower is not like the other red flowers in the list. The flower head is connected differently and the petals are different too.
I think its cuneatus.
Not sure which yarrow this one is. Found along the north peak trail.
Came in all different sizes, to a few feet. Found in both the North Peak Trail and along the summit road near the visitors center.
If anyone is a moss person please identify it! It was growing on a log!