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|date of photo Jul 9, 2006
location South of Cook and Green Pass, Klamath National Forest (Siskiyou County, California, US)plant community Perennial wet mountainside seep.notes Inflorescence of Stenanthium occidentale. An exquisitely beautiful plant growing near steep wet seeps. One of my favorite monocots.camera Shot on a Canon Digital Rebel XT at f20, 1/200 , ISO 100, with flash, using a Canon 50mm Compact macro lens.photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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