LEWISIA REDIVIVA (Bitter root) is found growing briefly but in wonderful numbers on the serpentine rocks of Traverse Creek Preserve. Photo by Tripp Mikich
CALOCHORTUS COERULEUS (blue star tulip) is a unique lily found in the shadowed clearings of the National Forest. Photo by Tripp Mikich
BOLANDRA CALIFORNICA (California bolandra) is listed "rare" and is a stream-side flower growing in a handful of isolated locations in the National Forest. Photo by Tripp Mikich

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