Mount Work Regional Park - Victoria - June

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    mcroteau1969 Active Member 10 Years

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    Rough Location: 48.549189, -123.489621
    Mount Work Regional Park - Ross Durrance side, Victoria, BC.
    Plant was growing on the north side of a 70 degree slope near the base of Douglas fir trees
    Photo taken in early afternoon of 13 June 2017

    I forgot to photograph the leaves/stems and I can't recall how big the flower is but I "think" it may have been less than 20mm diameter.

    Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
    Michael
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    Tyrlych Active Member 10 Years

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    Perhaps Claytonia.
     
  3. mcroteau1969

    mcroteau1969 Active Member 10 Years

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    Thanks Tyrlych - had looked at that but now upon closer reading of Plants of Coastal BC I see Montia chamissoi is noted as sometimes being called Claytonia chamissoi.
    I will follow that lead! Thank you for yor help.
     
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