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There are many similar-appearing species of Draba in our area. A technical manual and hand lens or microscope are required for positive identification. D. crassifolia is similar but has yellow flowers. D. lonchocarpa and D. porsildii have white flowers but the leaves have branched hairs and lack the long, straight hairs on the margins.

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