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    Flowers solitary, subtended by 0 to 2 bracts; calyx reddish; corolla 6–8 mm long, the lobes 4–7 mm long. (Lesica 2012. Manual of Montana Vascular Plants.
    Montana Field Guide contains a wealth of information about Montana’s diverse species. Home – Other Field Guides. Kingdom Flowering Plants (Monocots).
    Home – Other Field Guides. Kingdom – Plants – Plantae. Division Conifers – Pinophyta Flowering plants that produce naked seeds, not enclosed in an ovary
    The tiny corolla ranges from white to pinkish, and has a yellow throat. Only one flower adorns the top of each plant in the photo below, but some inflorescences
    These guides provide information on the identification, distribution, status, and ecology of Montana’s animals, plants, lichens, and biological communities.
    Adder’s-Tongue / Moonworts – Ophioglossopsida, Icon_Moonwort.gif. Club-mosses – Lycopodiopsida, Icon_Club_moss.gif. Complex-thallus Liverworts –
    Montana Field Guide contains a wealth of information about Montana’s diverse species. Home – Other Field Guides. Ecological Flowering Plants (Monocots).
    Manual of Montana Vascular Plants. BRIT Press. Fort Worth, TX). Range Comments. Introduced throughout much of temperate North America; native to EuropeHome – Other Field Guides and would like to submit it for inclusion on the Montana Field Guide, please send it to us Manual of Montana Vascular Plants.
    Plants fibrous-rooted, scapose. Leaves succulent, short-petiolate; blades1–4 cm long, oblong with inrolled, entire margins; upper surface viscid. Inflorescence a

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