Mt. Rainier

Mt. Rainier Flora -- Corydalis scouleri -- (Scouler's Corydalis)

photos by Susan McDougall


Corydalis scouleri

Forming large clumps in lowland forest edges, often alongsides roads, Scouler's Corydalis is easily identified by the long spur on the pinkish flowers. They flowers are crowded along a tall stem that rises above the wide leaves.

Location: between Tahoma and Kautz Creeks, Mount Rainier National Park

Date: June 4, 2014

Author: Susan McDougall
between Tahoma and Kautz Creeks, Mount Rainier National Park
GPS:
Date: June 4, 2014
Corydalis scouleri

The large leaves are divided 3 times into lancelike or oblong segments; they are alternate on the stem. This species belongs to the Poppy Family.

Location: between Tahoma and Kautz Creeks, Mount Rainier National Park

Date: June 4, 2014

Author: Susan McDougall
between Tahoma and Kautz Creeks, Mount Rainier National Park
GPS: 46.7404, -121.8832, 2247
Date: June 4, 2014

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