Ranunculus uncinatus

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Little Buttercup: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Ranunculus uncinatus
Little Buttercup (Ranunculus uncinatus): Collections in ARCTOS (georeferenced) from across the region, though concentrated in the southern portion.

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Local Notes

  • Sitka/Ranunculus uncinatus: Lack of showy flowers makes this plant easy to overlook, but it seems to be reasonably common, growing on gravelly soil with partial shade. Not difficult to find on along local trails including Indian River Trail. (edit)

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Other References

  • Muller: gen; meadows, open areas, forests
  • Hall 2010: "Moist soil in woods, thickets, meadows, beaches and along streams. Common."

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