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Jessica's stickseed (Hackelia micrantha)

Jessica's stickseed (Hackelia micrantha) is a California-native wildflower, which is found in many high elevation forests throughout western North America. When the flowers go to seed, prickly fruits emerge and cling to passing objects; hence the common name. Other names include Jessica sticktight, meadow stickseed, and small-flowered stickseed.

Jessica's stickseed (Hackelia micrantha).  Carson Pass, Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Alpine County, California, USA.  Stock Photo ID=PLA0229
Jessica's stickseed (Hackelia micrantha). Carson Pass, Eldorado National Forest, Sierra Nevada, Alpine County, California, USA.
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