[Fleabanes: The Genus Erigeron East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]
Philadelphia Fleabane, Philadelphia Daisy
Synonym: Erigeron philadelphicus var. philadelphicus
The photo above shows a close-up of a flower head of philadelphia fleabane. Note the numerous (150-400), narrow rays. Photographed at the northeastern entrance to Trombetta Canyon in northeastern Washington.........June 24, 2006.
The photo at left shows the leafy stem of philadelphia fleabane capped by several flower heads. Photographed at the northeastern entrance to Trombetta Canyon in northeastern Washington..........June 24, 2006. The photo at right shows one of the numerous clasping stem leaves of philadelphia fleabane as seen at the same location. Note the spreading hairs on the stem.
Several photos of philadelphia fleabane as seen in a moist area along one of the cross-country ski trails originating from the Bandit Springs Sno-park on US Highway 26, Ochoco National Forest.........June 23, 2017.