Zenfolio | Photography by Dan Quinn | 5/9/2016 Onions & Other Flowers, Bees & Flies from Escobar Gate
Visitors 34
Modified 8-Aug-16
Created 8-Aug-16
62 photos

Rare onions in serpentine soil; oaks and chaparral; and of course insects with flowers. Even an encounter with a Jasper Ridge ranger. A nice May walk with the birders out of Escobar Gate.
Pretty Face (aka Golden Brodiaea, Triteleia ixodiodes ssp. ixodiodes)FlowerUniverse of ConnectionsUniverse of Connections (Closer)Ithuriel's Spear (Triteleia laxa)Clay Mariposa Lily (Calochortus argillosus)Seed HeadsOwl's Clover (Castilleja densiflora ssp. densiflora)Chaparral's MarginThe Edge of the Chaparral: Sticky Monkeyflower and ChamiseThe Edge of the Chaparral: Sticky Monkeyflower and ChamiseGrassland, Chaparral, and Valley OaksChaparral's Margin, Grassland, OaksGrassland, Flowers, Chaparral, Valley OakValley Oak (Quercus lobata) and Toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia)Lone Valley Oak (Quercus lobata)Valley Oak (Quercus lobata) and Toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia)FlowerFlowerSerpentine Rocks and rare Narrow-leaved Onions (Allium amplectens)