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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by Nadia White Rock, Jul 15, 2020.
Small flowers in Kootenay National Park
To help in recognition perhaps, since it is a "small flower", it would have been appropriate to photograph it more in the foreground.
Sorry if I got a detail from your photo.
If it can help I insert a detail of the photo in which the flower is better seen
The first is a Gentinaella, most likely Gentianella amarella. The second is definitely something fabaceous, maybe Astragalus or Hedysarum. A field guide with colour photographs would be easier to narrow this down than the ink sketches in the Illustrated Flora, but I am not in the office and have no access.
Thank you, Daniel, I am so happy with the answer Gentianella amarella. What a pity, it is not open yet:(