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Catherine Creek paved trail: Grass widows were just about gone, replaced by saxifrage as the dominant visible bloom. In addition to the flowers described by Greg Lief in his <a href="http://oregonwildflowers.org/viewreport.php?ID=148" target="_blank">3/22 trip report</a>, the following were sighted: Naked broomrape <I>(Orobanche uniflore)</I>, which is a parasite on the saxifrage, photo attached with both in it. Pink Filaree geranium <I>(Erodium cicutarium)</I>, Meadow Death-Camas <I>(Zigadenus venenosus </I>var.<I> venenosus)</I>, and the first blooming Camas lily!


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