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Icaricia lupini Cascades, high elevations complex segregate
(Cascadian Blue)

Habitats

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Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Tam McArthur Rim with Mt. Bachelor in distance, 17-VIII-2004

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Tam McArthur Rim with Broken Top (left),
South Sister (middle) and Middle Sister (right) in the distance, 17-VIII-2004

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Tam McArthur Rim, 17-VIII-2004

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Tam McArthur Rim, 17-VIII-2004

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Mt. Bachelor, seen from Dutchman Flat, 19-VII-2010

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Dutchman Flat, 19-VII-2010

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Mt. Bachelor, 19-VII-2010

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Dutchman Flat, 19-VII-2010

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Dutchman Flat, 19-VII-2010

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Dutchman Flat, 19-VII-2010

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Dutchman Flat, 19-VII-2010

Icaricia (Cascades, high elevations) habitat
USA: OREGON: Deschutes Co., Mt. Bachelor, 19-VII-2010


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