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Sierran woodbeauty (Drymocallis lactea var. lactea)

Sierran woodbeauty or Nevada cinquefoil (Drymocallis lactea var. lactea, formerly Potentilla glandulosa ssp. nevadensis) is a perennial herb which is native to the mountains of western North America. Its cream-colored wildflower petals help to set it apart from many similar species and varieties with bright yellow petals.

Sierran woodbeauty (Drymocallis lactea var. lactea), close-up of wildflower in bloom.  Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Amador County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=PLA0516
Sierran woodbeauty (Drymocallis lactea var. lactea), close-up of wildflower in bloom. Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Amador County, California, USA.
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Sierran woodbeauty (Drymocallis lactea var. lactea).  Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Amador County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=PLA0515
Sierran woodbeauty (Drymocallis lactea var. lactea). Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Amador County, California, USA.
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