Flowers from the US Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library
Posted by Laurie Frost on April 8, 2011
It’s April, so how about some flowers? The US Fish & Wildlife Service Digital Library is the source for all of these. Each image is accompanied by a lot of information, like file size, height, width, and full resolution size. I’m giving you the common and botanical name of the plant and the image’s ID number, in case you want to download copies directly from the site. Dr. Thomas G. Barnes of the University of Kentucky photographed these plants in the 1980s.
Credit lines should read as follows: Credit: Dr. Thomas G. Barnes/US Fish and Wildlife Service or Credit: Dr. Thomas G. Barnes/USFWS
Rocky Mountain Columbine [Aquilegia coerulea]. IMG0059.jpg.
Royal Catchfly [Silene regia]. IMG0071.jpg
Spotted Jewelweed [Impatiens capensis] . B1IMG0028.jpg
Wyoming Paintbrush [Castilleja linariifolia]. B1IMG0007.jpg
Adonis Blazingstar [Mentzelia multiflora]. B1IMG0064.jpg
Creeping Phlox [Phlox subulata]. B1IMG0021.jpg
Dwarf Larkspur [Delphinium tricorne]. B1IMG0032.jpg
Green Milkweed [Asclepias viridiflora]. B1IMG0062.jpg
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