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12. Tall Oregon grape flower buds


March 27, 2018

Latitude: 50° 7’ 34.61” N

Longitude: 125° 13’ 37.932” W

This may, in fact, be Dull Oregon grape, but this plant is growing on the dry, rocky shoreline south of the reef, and so is more likely Tall Oregon grape.

Pojar and MacKinnon note that First Nations used the berries (very carefully) as an antidote for shellfish poisoning.

Mahonia nervosa

Same plant fully flowering:



Mahonia nervosa flowers.jpg


David Broadland

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Hyacinthe Bay Stewardship Area 2018 survey of flowering plants

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  • Taken with Apple iPhone 5
  • Focal Length 4.1 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/120
  • f Aperture f/2.4
  • ISO Speed 50

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