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White Flowers ( Daisy-like Flowers )
Composite Family (Compositae)

Alpine Fleabane and Woolly Fleabane
Erigeron pallens and Erigeron lanatus

Season: Summer
Habitat:
 Subalpine on both sides of Continental Divide
Height:
 Up to 20 cm

Description: Fleabanes are a very common group of wildflowers. There are two principle species in our high country. Both have white to pink daisy-like flower heads with yellow central disks. The alpine fleabane though has narrow leaves which are indented at the tip. The similar woolly fleabane lacks these indented leaves, and has larger flowers, up to 2 cm across.

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All Material Ward Cameron 2005

 

 

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