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    Arches

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May Flowers Page 10


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?

Close up of biological soil crust

The dirt is alive! A living crust called "Biological Soil Crust" covers much of Arches and the surrounding area. Composed of algae, lichens and bacteria, this crust provides a secure foundation for desert plants. Please stay on roads and trails to avoid trampling this important resource. More...