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Family = Liliaceae, Genus = Fritillaria, Species = camschatcensis, including synonyms,

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Fritillaria camschatcensis   (Kamchatka fritillary, indian rice-root, black lily)  
(= Fritillaria camschatcensis in Flora of the Pacific Northwest)
Perennial herb from a small, scaly bulb and numerous rice-sized offset bulblets, the sturdy, unbranched, glabrous stem 2-5 dm. tall.
Distribution: Chiefly northern Puget Sound lowlands in Washington; Kodiak Island and coastal Alaska south to Washington.
Habitat: Moist areas from near tide flats to mountain meadows.
Origin: Native



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