Erythranthe guttata, or Common Monkeyflower, is a low-growing plant with succulent leaves and small, yellow flowers. It is found along streams and seeps in riparian and woodland habitats between 1000-9500 ft. It blooms March-September and is a larval host plant for butterflies and moths as well as provides nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. It likes to keep its feet wet and prefers full shade in standing water. Reseeds readily and roots at nodes.
Common Monkeyflower, Erythranthe guttata