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Hwy 243 Banning To Idyllwild (Riverside County) Part I
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Polemoniaceae: Eriastrum densifolium (Wooly Stars)


Asteraceae: Malacothrix saxatilis (Malacothrix)


Asteraceae: Senecio flaccidus var. douglasii


Asteraceae: Erigeron foliosus var. foliosus (Leafy Daisy)


Order Hymenoptera, Family Formicidae: Pogonomyrmex? (Harvester Ant)

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Onagraceae: Clarkia dudleyana

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Crassulaceae: Dudleya saxosa ssp. aloides


Ranunculaceae: Delphinium parryi (Larkspur)


Polemoniaceae: Collomia grandiflora (Collomia)


Polemoniaceae: Gilia spendens (Splendid Gilia)


Boraginaceae: Cryptantha intermedia (White Forget-Me-Not)

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Asteraceae: Hulsea heterochroma (Hulsea) A Striking Composite!


Alismataceae: Alisma gramineum (Water Plantain)

Lake Fulmor.

This appears to be Alisma gramineum, a species not known from southern California.


Lemnaceae (Araceae): Lemna turionifera (Turion Duckweed)

Dominant duckweed (Lemna turionifera) in Lake Fulmor along Hwy 243 (Riverside Co., California). The midline row of minute papules on dorsal surface also rules out the perplexing nongibbous L. gibba.


Order Hymenoptera, Family Formicidae: Liometopum occidentale (Velvety Tree Ant)

These aggressive, biting ants give off a pungent odor if disturbed.


Ericaceae: Sarcodes sanguinea (Snow Plant)


Fabaceae: Lupinus latifolius var. parishii (Stream Lupine)

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