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* 1. What is the State Flower of Illinois? You can find the correct answer in the "Look at Me!" section of the Kids for Conservation® Web page.

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* 2. Which of these plants has does not have blue flowers? You can find the correct answer in the "Look at Me!" section of the Kids for Conservation® Web page.

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* 3. Many woodland wildflowers complete their life cycle early in the spring. Why? You can find the correct answer in the "Look at Me!" section of the Kids for Conservation® Web page.

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* 4. Name this woodland wildflower.

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* 5. Which wildflower is said to have petals that look like an eagle's claws? You can find the correct answer in the "Look at Me!" section of the Kids for Conservation® Web page.

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* 6. What type of woodland wildflower is this?

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* 7. If you wanted to see Jack-in-the-pulpit in bloom, which month listed below would not be a good time to look for it? You can find the correct answer in the "Look at Me!" section of the Kids for Conservation® Web page.

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* 8. Which of the following wildflowers produces only one flower per plant? You can find the correct answer in the "Look at Me!" section of the Kids for Conservation® Web page.

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* 9. Tell us which of these wildflowers you have seen blooming in Illinois!

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* 10. One last image! Identify this common Illinois woodland wildflower!

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