There have been reports of Striped Coralroot recently so I will repost this story from April of last year.
There is a group of wildflowers that have learned how to cheat photosynthesis. This allows them to simplify physical structure and eliminate the work of making chlorophyll and their own food. It confers a significant survival advantage in low-light forest conditions.
The 2019 version of Paul Handford’s online book in PDF format can now be seen at http://parkfriends.ca/kamloopsplants.html Our thanks to Paul for all of his hard work on this. The file is downloadable as a PDF file. It can also …Continue reading →
While hiking on Mount Mara we spotted some wildflowers and other plants. We spotted some whitetail deer, a grouse, some cliff swallows and a red-tailed hawk. A few photos are included at this link: On Mara Mountain …Continue reading →