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Acer glabrum +Leaves opposite on stems. Leaves with 3-5 lobes. Leaf margins coarsely toothed.  +
Achillea millefolium +Leaves alternate on the stem, deeply dissected into narrow segments  +
Aconitum delphiniifolium +Alternate, long stalked near base of plant, stalks reduced upwards on stem. Leaves divided to the base into 5 lobes, margins toothed or occasionally smooth.  +
Adiantum aleuticum +Fronds fan-shaped, pinnules gnochi-shaped, leaf margin covers developing sporangia.  +
Alnus rubra +Leaves alternate on stems. Leaf blades oval to elliptic with toothed margins. Leaf edge rolled under, under surface of leaf has dark green edge.  +
Alnus viridis +Leaves alternate on twigs. Leaf blades oval to elliptic with finely toothed margins.  +
Anaphalis margaritacea +Leaves are alternate on the stem. Leaves narrowly lanceolate or oblanceolate. Leaves largest on the lower stem. Underside with white wooly hairs, upper surface somewhat less hairy.  +
Andromeda polifolia +Leaves alternate, narrowly elliptic to linear with a sharp point. Leaf margins are rolled under. Upper surface dark or medium green with sunken lighter colored veins  +
Anemone narcissiflora +Leaves basal, leaf-like bracts are below each flower cluster. Each leaf palmately divided into 3 leaflets, each leaflet deeply lobed.  +
Angelica genuflexa +Leaves both basal and alternate on stem. Leaves divided in 9 to 12 oval to elliptic segments. Leaf margins serrate. Leaf tips bent back toward ground.  +
Angelica lucida +Leaves both basal and alternate on stem. Leaves divided in 3 main parts, then each part divided in 3 to 6 oval to elliptic segments. Segments irregularly lobed and serrate.  +
Antennaria rosea +Basal leaves lance-shaped, broadest between middle and apex of leaf. Stem leaves alternate, with sharp pointed apex  +
Aquilegia formosa +Leaves are divided into 9 wedge-shaped leaflets. The leaf axis is divided into 3 stems which each form 3 leaflets. Each leaflet is divided at the tips into 3-5 round tipped lobes.  +
Arnica chamissonis +4-10 pairs of sessile stem leaves. Basal leaves may have short stalks and are usually withered by flowering. Leaves lance-shaped with entire to few toothed margins.  +
Arnica griscomii +1-4 pairs of opposite leaves. Leaves lanceolate, ovate or spatulate with toothed margins.  +
Arnica lanceolata +Leaves opposite on stem, usually without stalks, to 5 inches long. Usually 5 to 12 pairs of stem leaves. The lowermost pair of leaves is smaller and withers by flowering. Leaves with toothed margins.  +
Arnica latifolia +Leaves opposite on stem, stalkless or with a very short stalk. 2 to 4 pairs of leaves per stem. Leaves with toothed margins. Basal leaves much smaller than stem leaves, usually withering by flowering.  +
Arnica lessingii +3-5 pairs of leaves crowded toward base of stems. Leaves with stems or sessile, blades elliptic or oblanceolate. Margins often toothed from middle to tip.  +
Arnica ovata +Leaves in 2-3 pairs on stem. The upper most pair are stem-less, but the lower leaf pairs have broad stems. Leaves are broadly ovate with coarsely toothed margins.  +
Aruncus dioicus +Leaves alternate on stem, on long stalks. Overall leaf shape is triangular. Leaf blades divided in several ovate segments. Leaf margins with toothed margins  +
Asplenium trichomanes +Fronds less than 1 inch wide, frond divided in many paired segments (pinnae), pinnae ovate to rhombic, sporangia in 3-5 pairs on underside of each pinnae.  +
Asplenium viride +Blades less than 1 inch wide, frond divided in many paired segments (pinnae), pinnae ovate to rhombic, sporangia in 2-4 pairs on underside of each pinnae  +
Astragalus alpinus +Pinnately compound, each leaf with an terminal leaflet.  +
Athyrium alpestre +Blades 2-3 times pinnate. Indusia are absent or very small. The Sori are round and submarginal  +
Athyrium filix-femina +Fronds broadly lance-shaped to elliptic in outline. Fronds divided in segments (pinnae) which are also divided. Clusters of sporangia are horseshoe or half-moon shaped. The clusters are located near the medial line on the lower surface of frond.  +
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