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Evening snow (Linanthus dichotomus ssp. dichotomus)
Evening snow (Linanthus dichotomus ssp. dichotomus) is a California-native annual herb with a strong affinity to serpentine soil. The common name is derived from the fact that its white wildflowers typically don't open during daylight.
Evening snow (Linanthus dichotomus ssp. dichotomus), photographed around sunset on an overcast day. Traverse Creek Botanical Special Interest Area, Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, El Dorado County, California, USA.
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