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Butte County fritillary (Fritillaria eastwoodiae)

The Butte County fritillary (Fritillaria eastwoodiae) is a rare and endangered California-native plant with beautifully-mottled, nodding flowers. The alternate name, Eastwood's fritillary, is perhaps more appropriate, given that this wildflower has been found in several other northern California counties and even into southern Oregon.

Butte County fritillary (Fritillaria eastwoodiae).  Lassen National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Butte County, California, USA.  Stock Photo ID=PLA0472
Butte County fritillary (Fritillaria eastwoodiae), close-up of wildflowers in bloom. Lassen National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Butte County, California, USA.
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Butte County fritillary (Fritillaria eastwoodiae).  Lassen National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Butte County, California, USA.  Stock Photo ID=PLA0471
Butte County fritillary (Fritillaria eastwoodiae). Lassen National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Butte County, California, USA.
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