5 m above the ground on most overstory shrubs, herbaceous vegetation that was sparse and short, and an absence of low-growing shrubs except for occasional, unpalatable species such as southern bush monkeyflower
(Diplacus longiflorus) and bush groundsel (Senecio flaccidus).
In the monkeyflower
, for instance, genes that aid survival in inland soils probably pair well with genes underlying the live-fast-die-young lifestyle.
Also look here for yellow monkeyflower
, sunflower-like balsamroot, and blue camas.
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(Mimulus aurantiacus), a Pacific Coast wildflower, has a reputation for being persnickety and intolerant of garden conditions.
glacier lilies, sticky geranium, monkeyflower
and hundreds of other
deflexus), Kelso Creek monkeyflower
(Mimulus shevockii), Rawhide Hill onion (Allium tuolumnense), carpenteria (Carpenteria californica), Greenhorn adobe lily (Fritillaria striata), and Piute Mountains navarretia (Navarretia setiloba) are not in imminent danger of becoming extinct or endangered.
Spring in the desert brings clumps of yellow, daisy-like Oregon sunshine and the tiny, pea-sized purple blooms of miniature monkeyflower
It is the hope of the scientists at the conservancy that walkers along this path or another island trail might someday be able to witness a botanical miracle: the return of Trask's monkeyflower
Some flowers you may notice along the way are yampah, antennaria, stickseeds (they look like forget-me-nots), arenaria, purple-flowering Sierra onion, sulfur flower (Eriogonum umbellatum), alpine shooting star, and several paintbrush, lupine, monkeyflower
, and penstemon species.
The kenab ambersnail traditionally lived higher up on the banks and consumed both bacteria living on the crimson monkeyflower
and decayed parts of its leaves, flowers, and stems.