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Fawn Lily

Erythronium

Description:

A downward facing flower, with 5 elongated petals, that fold upward (recurved tepals). The stamens are yellow. The flowers hang from long leafless stalks, or 'scapes' in botany.

Habitat:

Oregon coast range

Notes:

It might be Erythronium revolutum (mahogany fawn lily, coast fawn lily, and pink fawn lily.)

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K. Indie Gee
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K. Indie Gee

Oregon, USA

Spotted on Apr 12, 2014
Submitted on May 29, 2014

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