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Photograph from Lewis and Clark Herbarium/Academy of Natural Sciences
Narrow-Petaled Stonecrop
(Worm-Leaf Stonecrop)

Sedum stenopetalum

First Noted by Expedition
July 1 or 2, 1806, at Traveler's Rest, Montana.

Widespread perennial with thin stems up to 8 in (20 cm) in length. Leaves are alternate, linear or narrowly linear-lanceolate. The petals are yellow and range from 0.2-0.3 in (6-8 mm) long.

Arid or dry rocky areas in grasslands, sagebrush desert, and ponderosa pine forest.

From British Columbia south to California and east to western Montana.

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