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Press Release 14-037

Rocky Mountain wildflower season lengthens by more than a month

39-year bloom count reveals changes attributed to warmer climate

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Flowering plants on a mountain

Flowering plant communities in Rocky Mountain meadows may be changing in a warming climate.

Credit: David Inouye


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Three researchers counting wildflowers in study plots in the Rocky Mountains

Researchers count wildflowers in study plots at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory.

Credit: David Inouye


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 Colorado Rocky Mountain meadow with wildflowers in bloom

A snapshot-in-time: A Colorado Rocky Mountain meadow and its wildflowers, as they were last year.

Credit: David Inouye


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columbines and lupines flowers in bloom

Overlapping flowering times of plants such as columbines and lupines may differ in the future.

Credit: David Inouye


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