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Whiskerbrush (Leptosiphon ciliatus)
Whiskerbrush (Leptosiphon ciliatus, formerly Linanthus ciliatus), is a common, but tiny wildflower native to California and the west coast. Its whorled leaves are densely hairy and are the source of its common name.
Whiskerbrush (Leptosiphon ciliatus), life-size magnification of a single wildflower. Thunder Mountain Trail, Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Amador County, California.
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