• South Window

    Arches

    National Park Utah

June Flowers Page 10


NYCTAGINACEAE
(Four O'Clock Family)
Allionia incarnata

TRAILING WINDMILLS

 


NYCTAGINACEAE
(Four O'Clock Family)
Mirabilis linearis

NARROWLEAF UMBRELLAWORT

 
Mirabilis linearis
    


NYCTAGINACEAE
(Four O'Clock Family)
Mirabilis multiflora

SHOWY FOUR O'CLOCK

 

ONAGRACEAE
(Evening-primrose Family)

Oenothera caespitosa

DWARF EVENING-PRIMROSE

 
Oenothera caespitosa
    

ONAGRACEAE
(Evening-primrose Family)

Oenothera longissima

BRIDGES EVENING-PRIMROSE

 


ONAGRACEAE
(Evening-primrose Family)

Oenothera pallida

PALE EVENING-PRIMROSE

 


ORCHIDACEAE
(Orchid Family)
Epipactus gigantea

GIANT EPIPACTUS

 


OROBANCHACEAE

(Broomrape Family)
Orobanche fasciculata

CLUSTER CANCERROOT

 


PINACEAE
(Pine Family)
Pinus edulis

PINYON

 

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.