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Potentilla gracilis (Graceful cinquefoil).
Rosa gymnocarpa (Baldhip rose).
Hydrophyllum tenuipes (Pacific waterleaf).
Fragaria chiloensis (Coast strawberry).
Philadelphus lewisii (Mock Orange) and friend, possibly a male andrenid bee tanking up on nectar for his patrol.
Well camouflaged crab spider (possibly Family Thomisidae) with a small fly in a Holodiscus discolor (Oceanspray) flower.
When asked by an anthropologist what the Indians called America before the white man came, an Indian said simply 'Ours.' -- Vine Deloria, Jr.
17 August, 2001.