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anemone (Anemone spp.; BUTTERCUP FAMILY [Ranunculaceae])  Several species of native perennial herbs.  Small (<1) white flowers usually with 5 petal-like sepals, numerous stamens and pistils.  Basal leaves deeply palmate, plus a whorl of smaller leaves below the flower stalk.  The various species found in habitats from moist forests to dry prairies.  [049]

 

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