Columbia River Daisy, Hall's Goldenweed
Synonym: Haplopappus hallii
The photo above shows the inflorescence of Hall's goldenweed as seen in prairie and open woods along Lakeside Road in Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge at the southeastern
corner of Mt. Adams..........August 10, 2007. Note the glossy, resinous sheen to the stem and bracts as well as the narrow, tiled involucral bracts. All photos on this page
were taken at this location.
The photo above shows another view of the flower heads of Hall's goldenweed. 5-8 narrow rays may be found around the perimeter of each flower head.
The photo above shows one of the leaves from mid stem of Hall's goldenweed.
The photo above shows the alternately arranged leaves of the middle stem of Hall's goldenweed.
The 2 photos above show close-up views of the inflorescence of Hall's goldenweed as seen in grasslands in Conboy Lake NWR along Lakeside Road about one-half mile west of Fisher Road.........September 8, 2007.