Seriphidium novum (A.Nelson) W.A.Weber
The native range of Artemisia nova is from the Mojave Desert mountains in southern California and in the Great Basin of Nevada and Utah, north to Oregon, Idaho and Montana, east to Wyoming and Colorado, and south to Arizona and northwestern New Mexico. 
It grows in forest, woodland, and grassland habitats. 
Identification is sometimes difficult, because this species is similar in appearance to Little sagebrush, Artemisia arbuscula, and it easily hybridizes with Big sagebrush, Artemisia tridentata, when it grows in the same area, leading to intermediate forms.
In general, Artemisia nova is a small, erect shrub producing upright stems branched off a central trunklike base. It is usually no taller than 20 to 30 centimeters but it has been known to exceed 70 centimeters in height.
The aromatic leaves are green, short, narrow, and sometimes toothed at the tip. This species can sometimes be distinguished from its similar-looking relatives by glandular hairs on its leaves.
- The Plant List Artemisia nova A.Nelson
- United States Department of Agriculture, National Forest Service Information Sheet
- Flora of North America Vol. 19, 20 and 21 Page 513 Black sagebrush, black sage Artemisia nova A. Nelson
- Biota of North America Program 2014 county distribution map
- United States Department of Agriculture, National Forest Service Fire Ecology
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