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brochure Carnegie - Wildflowers

Wildflower Reference Guide to Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) in California. Published by California Department of Parks and Recreation.

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Carnegie SVRA Wildflower Reference Guide ©2013 Neal Kramer ©2015 Keir Morse California androsace Androsace elongata ssp. acuta Red = special status Big tarplant Blepharizonia plumosa Phlox-leaved serpentine bedstraw Galium andrewsii ssp. gatense John Game ©2014 Vernon Smith Brewer's western flax Hesperolinon breweri Sylvan microseris Microseris sylvatica Stinkbells Fritillaria agrestis Michael's reiin-orchid Piperia michaelii Santa Clara thornmint Acanthomintha lanceolata John Game Chaparral harebell Campanula exigua Jepson’s wooly sunflower Eryophyllum jeposonii ©2003 Dianne Fristrom © randomtruth ©2005 David A. Tharp Hospital Canyon larkspur Delphinium californicum ssp. interius Valley tassels Castilleja attenuate Carnegie SVRA Wildflower Reference Guide Royal larkspur Delphinium variegatum Credit: Dr. Robert T. and Margaret Orr © California Academy of Sciences ©2017 California State Park. Photo by M. Nielsen White navarretia Navarretia leucocephala Blue eyed grass Sisyrinchium bellum ©2017 California State Park. Photo by M. Nielsen ©2017 California State Park. Photo by M. Nielsen ©2017 California State Park. Photo by M. Nielsen Henderson’s shooting star Primula hendersonii Fremont’s tidy-tips Layia fremontii Black sage Salvia mellifera Bush lupine Lupinus albifrons Soap root Chlorogalum pomeridianum Water Starwort Callitriche marginata ©2017 California State Park. Photo by M. Nielsen White-tipped clover Trifolium variegatum © by Curtis Clark Chinese Houses Collinsia heterophylla ©2017 California State Park. Photo by M. Nielsen Butter and eggs Triphysaria eriantha

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