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  1. Thanks Craig,
    well done. A few suggestions: Yarrow Achillea millefolium has 1-2 pinnately-lobed leaves. Mountain avens (Dryas sp.) are in the Rosaceae (Rose family) and does not have porate anthers. The image you have uploaded is gorgeous, it shows the woolly cluster of single-seeded achenes, each topped by long, silky-feathery white hairs. These hairs are modified from the persistent styles and help spread the attached seed via the wind. They are characteristically uncoiling to reveal the silky-feathery hairs. It is hard to make out the diadelphous stamen condition from the picture. Great, thanks, Steffi.

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