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Sighting: Oenothera biennis at 42.445, -72.641

by Zheng1 on October 22 2016

Comments: Common name: Small-flowered evening-primrose. It usually occurs in non-wetlands. It's flower petals are yellow and fruits are dry. [The sepal appendages are subterminal in Oenothera parviflora, those in the image are terminal--admin.]