The photo above shows a rayless specimen of cut-leaved daisy (var. glabratus), from the Steens Mountain summit, Harney County, Oregon.........September 1, 2011.
Low growing wildflower to 5 inches tall, with haired, fan-shaped leaves, each with cut lobes. Disc flowers yellow, frequently with or without ray flowers in the same population. Ray flowers white. Flowers from May to August.
Found in open, rocky or sandy places from the lowlands to well above timberline. Mostly montane in the Pacific Northwest.
From Alaska east to Greenland, south to South Dakota, northern Colorado and California, and westward to the Cascade summits of Washington and Oregon.
The photo above shows a rayless specimen of cut-leaved daisy (var. glabratus), from the Steens Mt, Harney County, OR......8/3/95.