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The inflorescence is a usually solitary sunflower-like flower head with a base up to 6 centimeters wide lined with several ray florets, each of which are 2 to 6 centimeters long. The yellow ray florets extend outwards and then become reflexed, pointing back along the stem. The disc florets filling the button-shaped to conical to cylindrical center of the head are greenish yellow.
It can be found in moist habitat types, such as mountain meadows and streambanks.
Spotted on Sep 17, 2014
Submitted on Dec 23, 2014