Mimulus Field Sites

Here are some pictures of places where we have worked with M. cardinalis populations.  Many of these sites were visited five weeks in the Fall of 2008, when I logged 5,000 miles in a rented Toyota Prius, searching for M. cardinalis and M. lewisii populations throughout the Sierra Nevada Range, and briefly in southern Oregon and coastal California.

Willow Creek, San Joaquin River drainage, Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA:

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Saginaw Creek, San Joaquin River drainage, Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA:

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Little Jackass Creek, Stanislaus River drainage, Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA

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Wet seep, un-named creek, Stanislaus River drainage, Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA:

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South Fork of the Kaweah River, Sequoia National Park, CA:

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Clark Fork of the Stanislaus River, Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA:

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South Fork of the Eel River, Angelo Coast Range Reserve, Mendocino Co., CA:

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