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False Azalea

Glacier National Park, Montana

The bell-shaped flowers of the False Azalea dangle from the plantís limbs. The plant is a member of the family Ericaceae, which includes rhododendron, blueberry and cranberry. Like with its relatives, the False Azaleaís survival depends on a specific fungus to help its roots acquire necessary nutrients.

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