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Flora:Stream Violet

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Stream Violet on Mount Talbert (Steve Hart)
Viola glabella

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yellow five var. native


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Description

Stream Violest are probably the most common violets in the northwest. Look for them in forests everywhere.

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Near Carpenter Lake (Steve Hart)
Lacamas Park (Steve Hart)
Dog Mountain (Steve Hart)
Lacamas Park (Steve Hart)


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