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Phrymaceae
Plants of the Lopseed Family

      Plants of the Lopseed family were formerly included within the Figwort or Snapdragon family, but were separated out into this new family based on genetic evidence. The flowers are similar to other Figworts, but with only four stamens.

Key Words: Figwort-like flowers with four stamens.

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Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

Mimulus guttatus. Yellow Monkey Flower.

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 Mimulus moschatus. Musk Monkey Flower.

Mimulus moschatus. Musk Monkey Flower. Photographed near Kettle Falls, Washington.

Mimulus lewisii. Pink Monkey Flower.

Mimulus lewisii. Pink Monkey Flower.

Mimulus lewisii. Pink Monkey Flower.

Mimulus lewisii. Pink Monkey Flower.

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