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Apr 5, 2014 10:40 AM CST
I'd suggest that this plant is Myosotis asiatica, rather than Myosotis stricta.
Myosotis stricta is a squinny little thing, not showy and prominently-visible in flower like Myosotis asiatica.
Some examples of Myosotis stricta:
Both occur in Wyoming (Myosotis stricta as an introduced weed), but where you were, Myosotis asiatica should have been a commonly seen plant, and this photo appears to be it. (Myosotis asiatica is a very common species in the mountains here and people who hike/"botanize" in these parts, as I do, would see a lot of it.)
What do you think?
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