Columbia Monkeyflower, Jungermann's Monkeyflower, Liverwort Monkeyflower
Synonym: Mimulus jungermannioides
The photo above shows Columbia monkeyflower as seen on cliffs along the Deschutes River in central Oregon........April 19, 2007.
Columbia monkeyflower as seen along the John Day River in central Oregon..........April 6, 2015.
Two close-up photos of the flower of Columbia monkey flower as seen along the Deschutes River in central Oregon..........April 19, 2007. Note the numerous hairs and red spots on the palate of the lower lip. Note the numerous gland-tipped hairs on the calyx and the calyx lobes which are all of approximately the same length. Note also the prominent tuft of hairs on the palate of the lower lip of the corolla.
The leaves of columbia monkeyflower at a vernally moist seep on a cliff along the Deschutes River in Wasco County, Washington........March 10, 2015.
Both of these photos show the lower stem leaves of Columbia monkeyflower as photographed along
the Deschutes River of central Oregon............March 24, 2007. The numerous gland-tipped hairs on the leaf surfaces can be easily seen here. The many gland-tipped hairs on the surface of the leaf give it a sticky/slimy texture..