Packera dimorphophylla var. paysonii
Sida 18: 386. 1998.
Plants 10–35 cm. Stems 1 (lax), frequently 1–3 times branched. Basal leaves: petioles narrowly, if at all, winged, lengths 1–2 times blades; blades orbiculate to subreniform, 1–5+ × 1–4 cm, bases subcordate or abruptly contracted. Cauline leaves clasping; auriculate.
Phenology: Flowering early Jul–late Aug.
Habitat: Steep, rocky slopes, thin soils in alpine meadows
Elevation: 2700–3300 m
Idaho, Mont., Nev., Wyo.
Variety paysonii is known only from northwestern Wyoming, adjacent Montana and Idaho, and Elko County, Nevada. Its petioles are slender and their lengths are 1–2 times their blades.