[Fleabanes West of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington]

Subalpine Fleabane, Thompson's Wandering Daisy

Erigeron peregrinus var. thompsonii

Synonyms: Erigeron peregrinus ssp. peregrinus var. thompsonii, Erigeron peregrinus ssp. typicus var. thompsonii Erigeron thompsonii

Subalpine Fleabane, Thompson's Wandering Daisy: Erigeron peregrinus var. thompsonii (Synonyms: Erigeron peregrinus ssp. peregrinus var. thompsonii, Erigeron peregrinus ssp. typicus var. thompsonii Erigeron thompsonii)

What might be Thompson's wandering daisy as seen at the edge of a boggy area in Olympic National Park..........July 25, 2014. Note the white rays.

Involucral bracts of Subalpine Fleabane, Thompson's Wandering Daisy: Erigeron peregrinus var. thompsonii (Synonyms: Erigeron peregrinus ssp. peregrinus var. thompsonii, Erigeron peregrinus ssp. typicus var. thompsonii Erigeron thompsonii)

A close-up of the involucral bracts of what might be Thompson's wandering daisy as seen at the edge of a boggy area in Olympic National Park..........July 25, 2014. If not variety thompsonii, then this most likely would be var. peregrinus which is lumped into Erigeron glacialis in Washington.

Paul Slichter