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Herbaceous aster. Yellow ray flowers are toothed at the tip, button flowers display a long pistil protruding from the corolla. Leaves opposite, lanceolate, sparsely serrate-toothed and clasping at the stem.
Spotted growing at mid-elevation in a wet-moist rocky mountain slope and ditch of melted snow water roadside. It grew mixed in with yellow willow-herb, maidenhair fern growing from the cliffs just above.
Spotted on Jul 22, 2012
Submitted on Jul 24, 2012
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