Pink Mountain's

Rare and Endangered Species

Parnassius eversmanni pinkensis female 4 resized drop

Parnassius eversmanni SSP pinkensis

 

Contact Us

To find out more about our efforts to make Pink Mountain an Ecological Reserve, please contact Ron Long for more information:

Ron Long

604-469-1651

rlphoto[at]shaw.ca

 

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Latest News

Ron Long has just returned from a two week expedition to Pink Mountain, where he was able to photograph, catalog and map the positions of plant species on the summit plateau. Ron describes the wildflowers this year as being "spectacular".

 

Pink Mountain's Plants

Within the 2.2 square kilometer center of diversity on Pink Mountain a remarkable 200 species of flowering plants have been identified. Because of their adaptations to the harsh tundra envirnment this poorly understood group is endlessly fascinating.

 

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parnasia kotzbuei

 

Gentiana glauca

 

Agoseris

 

Arnica angustifolia

 Sedum lanceolatum

Stellaria longipesVeratrum viride

42Arnica-angustifolia-cu

 

41Antennaria-monocephala

 

37Vaccinium-vitis-idaea

 

36Silene-acaulis

 

33Zygadenus-elegans

 

27Potentilla-nivia

 

26Potentilla-fruiticosa

 

24Potentilla-villosa

 

23Picea-glauca

 

16Myosotis-alpestris

 

14Chamerion-latifolium

 

13Gentiana-propinqua

 

11Dryas-octopetala

 

8Castilleja-occidentalis

 

4Bunchberry

 

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