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Wild Lupine (Lupinus arcticus aka Arctic Lupine) growing in open pastureland. A spring rain storm had just passed and another one was on its way.
Lupines are one of the more common wildflowers in British Columbia. This member of the pea family is a perennial which can reach a height of over 70 cm. They are also a favourite delicacy of BC's loveable marmots. These Lupines were mixed in with a field of Menzies Larkspur (Delphinium menisci).
May 30th, 2013
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