Mysteriaceae Family

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Myterious Little FlowerMyterious Little Flower (05/15/2007) An elegant small mountain flowers on the Lake Blanche Trail.

Mystery FlowerMystery Flower (05/15/2007) A yellow flower growing along the Mill B Trail.

Mountain FlowerMountain Flower (05/15/2007) Mountain flower near Lake Blanche.

Mystery FlowerMystery Flower (05/25/2007) These flowers grew in abundance at a rest stop on U287. Our guess is that they are a member of the primrose family.

Mystery FlowerMystery Flower (05/26/2007) A flower found off I80 in the high desert plains of Wyoming.

Going to SeedGoing to Seed (10/09/2007) A mystery plant going to seed.

Pepper like flowerPepper like flower (04/26/2008) Interesting plant with hanging flowers

Mystery PlantMystery Plant (06/16/2008) I was intrigued by the hairy looking seeds on this mystery plant

Mystery PlantMystery Plant (06/16/2008) This mystery plant has interesting seeds.

Mystery PlantMystery Plant (09/13/2008) This bizarre plant with deep purple flowers was growing along the Weber River. It might be a purple saxifrage.

ExoticsExotics (07/04/2009) A number of interesting flowers have escaped from the capitol gardens and are growing wild in Memory Grove.

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FlowerFlower (07/23/2009) A beautiful purple flower growing wildly at the South Towne Expo Center.

Spring FlowersSpring Flowers (06/24/2009) Spring Flowers.

Mountain Hollyhock?Mountain Hollyhock? (07/14/2010) My first guess was Wild Hollyhock but I am used to large lobed leaves.

Mountain Hollyhock?Mountain Hollyhock? (07/14/2010) I want this delightful flower to be a Mountain Hollyhock, but I am hesitant on ID as most hollyhock has large lobed leaves.

Tiny FlowersTiny Flowers (05/25/2013) These tiny flowers dotted the undeveloped area of Olympus Hills Park.

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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.

Context: Flowers

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