Erigeron uncialis S.F. Blake
Family: Asteraceae
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Gregory Gust  
Perennials, 0.8-7 cm (cespitose); taprooted, caudex branches usually lignescent, sometimes relatively elongate. Stems erect (greenish), sparsely loosely strigose to hirsuto-villous, usually densely villous distally, eglandular. Leaves all or mostly basal (persistent; petiole base margins spreading-ascending-ciliate); (greenish) spatulate, blades elliptic-obovate to suborbiculate, 10-40 × (1.5-)2-6 mm (bases abruptly contracted to petioles), margins entire (apices rounded to obtuse), faces strigose to hirsuto-villous, less densely so abaxially, eglandular. Heads 1. Involucres 3-5 × 7-10 mm. Phyllaries in 2-3 series (margins purplish), hirsuto-villous, sometimes sparsely minutely glandular (midregions and near apices). Ray florets 22-30; corollas white to pink, often with broad pink abaxial midstripe, 6-7 mm, laminae not coiling or reflexing, spreading. Disc corollas 2-2.4 mm. Cypselae 1.3-1.8 mm, 2-nerved, faces sparsely strigose; pappi: outer of setae, inner of 14-22 bristles.
Erigeron uncialis image
Gregory Gust  
Erigeron uncialis image
Gregory Gust  
Erigeron uncialis image
Gregory Gust  
Erigeron uncialis image
Gregory Gust  
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image
Erigeron uncialis image