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Plant list from the April 16, 2016 Annual Wildflower Walk

Compiled by Mary Nutt, Sevilleta Volunteer Naturalist

Apache plume
Baby aster
Blackfooted daisy
Blazing star (Stickleaf)*
Broom dalia*
Chihuahua flax
Chocolate flower (Greeneyes)
Crane’s-bill
Desert marigold
Feather dalea (Indigo bush)
Fendler's bladder pod
Fleabane
Four-winged saltbush (m&f)
Fragrant sandverbena
Globemallow
Hog potato
Indian blanket (Firewheel)
Indian parsley (Spring parsley)
Mormon tea (m&f)
Paperflower
Prairie evening-primrose
Puccoon
Purple aster (Tansy aster)
Purple nama (Ppl mat, Sand bells)
Purple (or Silver-leaf) nightshade*
Rattlesnake weed
Red stemmed filaree
Round leaf buckwheat*
Scarlet gaura
Scorpian weed
Shadscale saltbush (m&f)
Spectacle pod
Spiny dogweed
Stemless evening-primrose
Thicksepal hiddenflower
Threadleaf grounsel
Twinleaf senna*
White ragweed (Fine-leaf woollywhite)
Wild onion
Wright's tackstem

Rose
Aster
Aster
Blazingstar
Legume
Flax
Aster
Geranium
Aster
Legume
Mustard
Aster
Goosefoot
Four o’clock
Mallow
Caesalpinia
Aster
Parsley
Ephedra
Aster
Ev. primrose
Borage
Aster
Waterleaf
Potato
Euphorbia
Geranium
Buckwheat
Ev-primrose
Waterleaf
Goosefoot
Mustard
Aster
Ev. primrose
Borage
Aster
Caesalpinia
Aster
Lily
Aster




 

Fallugia paradoxa
Chaetopappa ericoides
Melanpodium leucanthum
Mentzelia multiflora
Psorothamnus scoparious
Linum sp.
Berlandiera lyrata
Geranium sp.
Baileya multiradiata
Dalia formosa
Lesquerella fendleri
Erigeron sp.
Atriplex canescens
Albronia fragrans
Sphaeralcea coccinea
Hoffmanseggia jamesii
Gaillardia pulchella
Cymopterus acaulis
Ephedra torreyana
Psilostrophe tagetina
Oenothera albicaulis
Lithospermem incisum
Machaeranthera tanacetifolia
Nama hispidium
Solanum elaeagnifolium
Chamaesyce albomarginata
Erodium ciculatium
Eriogonum rotundifolium
Guara coccinea
Phacelia integrifolia
Atriplex confetifolia
Dimorphocarpa wislizeni
Thymophylla acerosa
Oenothera caespitosa
Cryptantha crassisepala
Senecio flaccidus
Senna bauhiniodes
Hymenopappus sp.
Allium macropetalum
Calycoseris wrightii



 

* not in bloom, but easy to identify
 
These plants were sighted on Sevilleta’s First Annual Wildflower Walk, led by Volunteer Naturalists Mary Nutt, Karen Bailey-Bowman and Jim Ruff.