[Wildflowers with 5 Petals in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon and Washington]

The Buttercup Family (Crowfoot Family) in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon and Washington

Ranunculaceae

Western Swamp Buttercup

Members of the Buttercup Family Found in the Columbia River Gorge:

Baneberry, Western Red Baneberry: Actaea rubra (Synonyms: Actaea arguta, Actaea eburnea, Actaea neglecta, Actaea rubra ssp. arguta, Actaea rubra var. arguta, Actaea rubra var. dissecta, Actaea spicata, Actaea spicata var. rubra, Actaea viridiflora) -

Anemones and Windflowers: The Genus Anemone -

Red Columbine, Sitka Columbine, Western Columbine: Aquilegia formosa (Synonyms: Aquilegia formosa var. communis, Aquilegia formosa var. formosa, Aquilegia formosa var. fosteri, Aquilegia formosa var. hypolasia, Aquilegia formosa var. megalantha, Aquilegia formosa var. pauciflora, Aquilegia formosa var. truncata, Aquilegia formosa var. wawawensis) -

Broad-leaved Caltha, Broad-leaved Marshmarigold, Howell's Marsh Marigold, Marshmarigold, Twinflowered Marshmarigold: Caltha leptosepala ssp. howellii (Synonyms: Caltha biflora, Caltha biflora ssp. howellii, C. biflora var. biflora, Caltha biflora var. rotundifolia, Caltha howellii, Caltha leptosepala ssp. biflora, Caltha leptosepala var. biflora, Caltha leptosepala var. rotundifolia) -

Bugbanes: The Genus Cimicifuga -

Pipestems, Traveler's Joy, Clematis and Virgin's Bower: The Genus Clematis -

Cutleaf Goldthread, Cut-leaf Gold Threads, Oregon Goldthread: Coptis laciniata (Synonym: Coptis venosa) -

Larkspurs: The Genus Delphinium -

Hall's False Rue-anemone, Hall's Isopyrum, Willamette False Rue Anemone, Willamette False Rue-anemone, Willamette Isopyrum: Enemion hallii (Synonym: Isopyrum hallii) -

Mouse-tails: The Genus Myosurus -

Buttercups: The Genus Ranunculus -

Meadow-rues: The Genus Thalictrum -

Carolina Bugbane, False Bugbane, Tassle Rue, Western Bugbane, Wild Bugbane: Trautvetteria caroliniensis var. occidentalis (Synonyms: Trautvetteria caroliniensis, Trautvetteria caroliniensis var. borealis, Trautvetteria grandis) -


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