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blue lupine

Lupinus nootkatensis


The flowers are blue (sometimes tinged pink or white), pea-like, to two centimeters long; in dense clusters as much as thirty centimeters long (Ibid). They are hermaphrodite (have both female and male organs) and are pollinated by bees.


False Pass, Alaska is located near the Western center of Isanotski Strait which connects the Northern Pacific Ocean and the Eastern edge of the Bering Sea. Mountainous, ocean-side.


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ChrisDiaz 9 years ago

added 2 more shots.

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Spotted on Jun 21, 2011
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