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|date of photo Apr 16, 2005
location North Umpqua River drainage (Douglas County, Oregon, US)family Ericaceaenotes I took this photo on a steep poison-oak laden hillside amidst madrone and pocket caves. There is a narrow north-south band of this plant that may follow a soil type derived from a volcanic dike.camera Canon Powershot A80photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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N. Umpqua Kalmiopsis (photographer)
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