Eastwoodia elegans

Brandegee
Zoë 4: 397, plate 30. 1894.
Common names: Yellow-aster
IllustratedEndemic
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Stems: older with white and shredding bark. Leaves yellow-green, relatively evenly spaced and little reduced in size to immediately proximal to heads, 1.5–4 cm, sometimes in axillary clusters. Cypselae 1.7–2 mm; pappi nearly equal to corollas. 2n = 18.


Phenology: Flowering Apr–Jul.
Habitat: Dry hillsides with other shrubs
Elevation: 60–1300 m

Discussion

Eastwoodia elegans grows in the coast ranges from the San Francisco region to Santa Barbara and Kern counties.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.