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April Flowers Page 13


RANUNCULACEAE

(Buttercup Family)
Aquilegia micrantha

ALCOVE COLUMBINE

 


RANUNCULACEAE

(Buttercup Family)
Delphinium nuttallianum

BILOBE LARKSPUR

 
Delphinium nuttallianum
    


RANUNCULACEAE

(Buttercup Family)
Ranunculus testiculatus

BUR BUTTERCUP

 


RHAMNACEAE

(Buckthorn Family)

Rhamnus betulifolia

BIRCHLEAF BUCKTHORN

 


ROSACEAE
(Rose Family)
Amelanchier utahensis

UTAH SERVICEBERRY

 
Amelanchier utahensis
    


ROSACEAE
(Rose Family)
Cercocarpus intricatus

DWARF MOUNTAIN-MAHOGANY

 


ROSACEAE

(Rose Family)
Cercocarpus montanus

ALDER-LEAF MOUNTAIN-MAHOGANY

 


ROSACEAE
(Rose Family)
Coleogyne ramosissima

BLACKBRUSH

 
Coleogyne ramosissima
    


ROSACEAE

(Rose Family)
Purshia mexicana

CLIFFROSE

 

Did You Know?

Collared Lizard

Lizards, including the colorful collared lizard, are one of the most frequently seen animals at Arches. When not chasing flies or basking in the sun, they are often seen doing what appears to be push-ups. This odd dance might enhance their stereoscopic vision, helping them see what's looking back at them.