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    Arches

    National Park Utah

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FABACEAE
(Pea Family)
Astragalus ceramicus

PAINTED MILKVETCH

 


FABACEAE
(Pea Family)
Astragalus desperatus

RIMROCK MILKVETCH

 
Astragalus desperatus
    


FABACEAE
(Pea Family)
Astragalus
lentiginosus

FRECKLED
MILKVETCH

 


FABACEAE
(Pea Family)
Astragalus mollissimus

WOOLLY LOCOWEED

 
Astragalus mollissimus
    

FABACEAE
(Pea Family)

Astragalus praelongus

STINKING MILKVETCH

 


FABACEAE
(Pea Family)
Dalea flavescens
var. flavescens

KANAB PRAIRIE-CLOVER

 


FABACEAE
(Pea Family)
Glycyrrhiza lepidota

WILD LICORICE

 


FABACEAE

(Pea Family)
Hedysarum boreale

NORTHERN SWEETVETCH

 


FABACEAE

(Pea Family)
Lupinus pusillus

DWARF LUPINE

 

Did You Know?

John Wesley Wolfe

In the late 1800s, John Wesley Wolfe, a disabled Civil War veteran, and his son, Fred, built a homestead in what is now Arches National Park. A weathered log cabin, root cellar, and corral remain as evidence of the primitive ranch they operated for more than 10 years.