(A. Nelson) S.F.Blake 1931 
The perennial plant is endemic to California, within Death Valley National Park in Inyo County. It is only known from the rocky slopes of the western Panamint Range sky island, west of Death Valley in the northern Mojave Desert.
Enceliopsis covillei is a perennial herb with erect stems varying in height from 15–100 cm (6-40 inches), growing from a tough, woody caudex. The silvery woolly leaves are up to 10 centimeters (4 inches) long by 8 wide and are spade-shaped to oval to diamond-shaped with winged petioles.
The inflorescence is a large solitary flower head on an erect or leaning peduncle which may reach 100 cm (40 inches) tall. The flower head has a base made up of three layers of pointed phyllaries coated in gray or silvery hairs. The head has a fringe of many yellow ray florets each up to 5 centimeters (2 inches) long, surrounding many small disc florets of the same color.
Enceliopsis covillei is an [[endangered species on the California Native Plant Society Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants.
- Calflora: Enceliopsis covillei
- The Plant List, Enceliopsis covillei (A.Nelson) S.F.Blake
- Flora of North America, Panamint daisy, Enceliopsis covillei (A. Nelson) S. F. Blake
- Nelson, Aven 1904. Botanical Gazette 37(4): 273 as Helianthella covillei
- California Native Plant Society website (with logo)
- California Native Plant Society, Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants (online edition, v8-02): Enceliopsis covillei report . accessed 2 April 2017.
- Calflora Database: Enceliopsis covillei (Panamint daisy)
- Jepson Manual eFlora (TJM2) treatment of Enceliopsis covillei
- USDA Plants Profile of Enceliopsis covillei (Panamint daisy)
- Missouri Botanical Garden.org: photo of herbarium specimen, isotype of Enceliopsis covillei — collected in Death Valley in 1891.
- UC Calphotos gallery of Enceliopsis covillei (Panamint daisy)
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