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Jun 23, 2011: Anemone canadensis

Anemone canadensis

Second-last in the series on the Ranunculaceae, but again with a brief entry:

Anemone canadensis, or the Canada anemone, is widespread across much of North America (though I would say it is more prevalent in eastern North America). According to the Flora of North America, Anemone canadensis can be found in "damp thickets, meadows, wet prairies, lake shores, streamsides, clearings, occasionally swampy areas". I think I've encountered it in almost all of those habitats -- in this case, riverside in early June.


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