Mysteriaceae Family

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Waterleaf??Waterleaf?? (07/09/2006) Looks a bit like a waterleaf. This mysterious plant was found in the Little Water area of Mill Creek.

MysteryMystery (07/09/2006)

MysteryMystery (07/09/2006)

ConeflowerConeflower (07/09/2006)

MysteryMystery (07/09/2006)

Unknown FlowerUnknown Flower (07/09/2006) Possibly a sedge.

Mystery FlowerMystery Flower (07/09/2006) A plant along the Little Water Trail.

ThistleThistle (06/15/2006) A thistle along the Terraces-Elbow Fork Trail.

Heart of a ThistleHeart of a Thistle (06/15/2006)

Yellow FlowersYellow Flowers (06/15/2006) A plant photo taken with the flash.

Mysterious PlantMysterious Plant (07/13/2006) A mystery plant (possible a legume) on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

Mystery PlantMystery Plant (07/13/2006) A mystery plant (possibly legume) on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

Desert FlowerDesert Flower (07/13/2006)

Desert FlowerDesert Flower (07/13/2006) Interesting flower growing along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. It looks pea-ish.

Blue FlowersBlue Flowers (07/13/2006) Blue Flowers (possible a member of the Waterleaf family??) outside Red Butte Garden.

Indian Tobbacco???Indian Tobbacco??? (07/13/2006) Plants are short lived in the desert. These are intriguing dried brown plants standing along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

Dryed PlantsDryed Plants (07/13/2006) A dried plant along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail ... probably a legume.

Pretty White FlowerPretty White Flower (07/21/2006) A close up of the flowers along the trail

Mystery FlowerMystery Flower (07/21/2006) Mystery flower growing along the Grandeur Peak Trail.

Mysterious Yellow FlowersMysterious Yellow Flowers (07/21/2006) Mysterious yellow flowers (most likely something in the Asteraceae family) along the Grandeur Peak Trail.

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Mysteriaceae Family

The Mysteriaceae Family is a large family of bloomin' plants found throughout the world. The family includes flowers of all colors and shape of leaves. The family includes many trees and most species of grass. The Mysteriaceae family also includes little birds. You know, the brown jobs that jump from branch to branch. Some taxanomists include snakes and little bugs in the family as well.

If you sleep under the stars in the mountains, sometimes a mysteriaceae will crawl in your sleeping bag. It is best to dump out your boots before putting them on to make sure some sort of Mysteriaceae doesn't bite your toes.

The Mysteriaceae family is not recognized by all taxanomists. Species from this family are routinely reclassified in other recognized families. However, botanists who've spent a great amount of time in the field realize that the world is full of Mysteriaceae.

Although the Mysteriaceae family is the most diverse of all plant families, a Mysteriaceae is quite easy to identify. If you stare at a plant for awhile, and can't figure out what it is, it belongs to the Mysteriaceae family.

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