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Deerhorn Clarkia
(Pink Fairies, Ragged Robin)

Clarkia pulchella



First Noted by Expedition
June 1, 1806, at Camp Chopunnish, Idaho County, Idaho.
 

Description
A member of the evening-primrose family (family Onagraceae). Flowers usually radially symmetrical, sepals usually 4, mostly separate; petals 4, mostly separate, both series united into a long, short, or barely discernible tube at the base; stamens usually 4 or 8.
 

Note
The family of about 17 genera and 675 species is found worldwide, but is especially abundant in temperate regions of the New World.

Species information from enature.com
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