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Euphrasia subarctica Raup

6 photos.
A narrow roadside and creekbed species known as "arctic eyebright ".  Hultén lists the
species in this area as E. disjuncta and says that E. subarctica is included in E.disjuncta
ITIS and GBIF list both as separate species.  The yellow spot is characteristic of E. subarctica.

Euphrasia subarctica Raup has been moved to the family Orobanchaceae according the
ITIS Standard Report for Taxonomic Serial No. 33597.








1.  Late June.  Several green plants prior to

2.  Late June.  Several brown plants, one
with a blossom and a bud.

3.  Close-up of the blossom and bud in
photo 2.  Note the acute triangular calyx
teeth on the bud.

4.  Mid-August.  A group of plants, elongated
in age but still blooming.

5.  Late September.  Upper stem of a plant
gone to seed.

6.  August 3, 2009.  A cluster of flowers
from an upper node.

7.  August 10, 2012.  Similar to photo 6,
but with a better view of the pubescence.

Photos 1-4 and 6 taken along Half Dollar
Creek downstream from Two-Bit Creek.
65°  25' N,  144° 47' W
Elev. 1900 ft.

Photo 5 taken south of Central
65°  33.84' N,  144° 48.46' W
Elev. 950 ft.

Photo 7 taken at 9.5 mile
Portage Creek Road.
65°  25.192' N   144°  48.197
Elev. 1900 ft.