This is a listing of closeup images in the California Coastal Wildflower Close-ups Gallery. There are currently a total of 94 wildflower images, a few of which contain more than one species. The listing sequence below is alphabetical per the fourth column scientific species latin names. Otherwise if one only knows a common name, use your browser window <CTRL>F Find search tool to quickly locate a common name in the listing. Note however that there are often several common names for a given species, and this listing tends to show only one or in a few cases two.
By single mouse clicking the first column Image button, a wildflower image windows open. Additionally by single mouse clicking the adjacent first column Crop button, a new window opens with a 720x720 pixel magnified crop of that same image at 100% pixels. Some images do not have crops. Once a new window with an image displays, one may close that specific window by causing what is refered to as a mouseOver event on its Image button. To cause a mouseOver one must move the mouse cursor out away from the button, either Image or Crop, and then back in. Thus no need to waste effort moving one's mouse over to click the window top corner X to close. If the left edge of this window is placed fully to the left side of one's desktop, opening image windows will not interfere with the select fields.
The Species Latin Name field contains links to the University of California Berkeley's Jepson Flora Project species treatment out of the Jepson Manual that includes California range maps.