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Castelleja sp.


Dense head of bright red petals, each three-lobed, with two narrow outer lobes and a broader central lobe. In this species, flowers, stems and leaves densely covered with hairs. Difficult to distinguish particular species, due to many similar species in our area.


This sighting in open grassy meadows above Columbia River Gorge. Catherine Creek Natural Area, Washington.

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Machi 8 months ago

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Straight Point, Washington, United States

Spotted on Apr 23, 2019
Submitted on Mar 30, 2020

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