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Delphinium stachydeum; Spiked Larkspur; (shown with Pinus albicaulis, artemisia tridentata)   

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Delphinium stachydeum
Delphinium stachydeum
Spiked Larkspur
(shown with Pinus albicaulis, artemisia tridentata)
Photographer: F. Gauna

ID: 0000 0000 0809 0904 (2009-08-15)

Copyright © 2009 F. Gauna

  • date of photo  Aug 14, 2009
  • location   Modoc NF, Warner Mtn. RD, Modoc Co., Calif. (Modoc County, California, US)
  • family Ranunculaceae
  • order Ranunculales
  • class Magnoliopsida
  • plant community   In big sagebrush with plenty of mule's ears and often aspen; andesite (I think) bedrock, volcanic-derived soils; high elevation
  • notes   Photo of habitat. These exceptional blooms were uncommon in this open, somewhat xeric area, a west-facing slope. Whitebark pines in the background indicate the high elevation.
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • common names   Spiked Larkspur (photographer)
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