|Genus / Species:||Erythronium oregonum|
|Notes:||Trout Lily is another common name, and probably refers to the mottled leaves which suggest the colored pattern found on the back of a Brook trout.|
All the species in the Erythronium genus are sometimes referred to as Dog's-tooth Violets interestingly enough because their corm is shaped like a dog's tooth.
Marys Peak - - - May 30, 2002
Illahee Lookout - - - June 8, 2007
|Guide:||Wildflowers of the Columbia Gorge by Ross Jolley / The Origin of Plants by Campbell-Culver / Cascade-Olympic Natural History by Mathews||