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Nemophila parviflora (Small-flowered Nemophila) is a dicot in the borage family, Boraginaceae, in the waterleaf subfamily, Hydrophylloideae. It is an annual herb that grows in the spring. It is native to the low to moderate elevation forests of western North America.
The flowers of N. maculata are bowl-shaped, white to lavender, solitary from leaf axils. The corolla is up to 4.5 millimeters wide. The leaves are 10-35 mm long and 8-25 mm wide. They have 2 pairs of lateral lobes and the lobes are entire. The fruit is a capsule with a single seed.
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- "Nemophila parviflora". WTU Herbarium Image Collection. Burke Museum, University of Washington. Retrieved 2007-05-30.
- National Resource Conservation Service PLANTS Database
- Jepson Flora Project (1993): Nemophila maculata
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