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    Arches

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AGAVACEAE
(Yucca Family)
Yucca harrimaniae

HARRIMAN'S YUCCA

 


ANACARDIACEAE
(Cashew Family)
Toxicodendron rydbergii

POISON IVY

 
Toxicodendron rydbergii
    


APOCYNACEAE
(Dogbane Family)
Apocynum cannabinum

DOGBANE

 

ASCLEPIADACEAE
(Milkweed Family)

Asclepias latifolia

BROADLEAF MILKWEED

 
Asclepias latifolia
    

ASCLEPIADACEAE
(Milkweed Family)

Asclepias macrosperma

DWARF MILKWEED

 


ASCLEPIADACEAE
(Milkweed Family)

Asclepias speciosa

SHOWY MILKWEED

 


ASTERACEAE

(Sunflower Family)
Chaenactis stevioides

STEVIA DUSTY-MAIDEN

 


ASTERACEAE

(Sunflower Family)
Chaetopappa ericoides

ROSE-HEATH

 


ASTERACEAE

(Sunflower Family)
Chrysopsis villosa

HAIRY GOLDENASTER

 

Did You Know?

Pine Tree Arch

There are over 2,000 cataloged arches in Arches National Park. In order to be considered an arch, an opening must measure at least three feet (in any direction).