Critically Imperiled Plant Profile
(Not Listed or Proposed under the Endangered Species Act)

 Ross' avens.
Geum is characterized by pinnately lobed or divided leaves, and flowers with numerous stamens and pistils, typical of the rose family. Photo by John Gamon, Washington Natural Heritage Program.

 Ross' avens.
This subspecies is geographically limited to the Wenatchee Mountains
of Chelan and Kittitas counties, Washington. Photo by John Gamon, Washington Natural Heritage Program.

 Ross' avens.
Geum rossii var. depressum is typically found in very rocky high elevation areas, including talus slopes and rock crevices. Photo by John Gamon, Washington Natural Heritage Program.

Geum rossii var. depressum range map.
Geum rossii var. depressum range map.

Geum rossii var. depressum, Ross' avens

Threats

  • Not yet assessed by NatureServe

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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