mimulus

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mimulus

(ˈmɪmjʊləs)
n
(Plants) See monkey flower
[New Latin, from Greek mimō ape (from the shape of the corolla)]
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sinuatus (bugle-weed), Scutellaria galericulata (skull-cap), Solidago lanceolata and squarrosa East Branch (golden-rod), Diplopappus umbellatus (double-bristled aster), Aster radula, Cicuta maculata and bulbifera (water-hemlock), meadowsweet, Lysimachia stricta and ciliata (loose-strife), Galium trifidum (small bed-straw), Lilium Canadense (wild yellow-lily), Platanthera peramna and psycodes (great purple orchis and small purple-fringed orchis), Mimulus ringens (monkey-flower), dock (water), blue flag, Hydrocotyle Americana (marsh pennywort), Sanicula Canadensis?
Mimulus ringens (monkey-flower), common, lake-shores, &c.
Young willows and alders had begun reclaiming the creeles moist pockets in the ridge, and bright orange salmonberries and pink monkey-flowers fought for attention under the hot August sun.