Ericameria cooperi (Cooper's goldenbush) is a North American species of shrubs that grows in the desert regions of southern Nevada, southern and eastern California, and Baja California. It is in the goldenbush genus in the (sunflower family).
Ericameria cooperi is a shrub. Leaves are long and narrow, sometimes thread-like, without hairs. One plant can produce several flower heads in a flat-topped array, each head containing 6-7 disc florets but no ray florets.
- Ericameria cooperi var. bajacalifornica (Urbatsch & Wussow) Urbatsch - Baja California
- Ericameria cooperi var. cooperi - Baja California, California, Nevada
- The Plant List, Ericameria cooperi (A.Gray) H.M.Hall
- "Calflora taxon report: Ericameria cooperi". calflora.org. Retrieved 2015-05-16.
- Biota of North America Program 2014 county distribution map
- Gray, Asa 1879. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 8: 640 in Latin, as Bigelovia cooperi
- Flora of North America, Cooper’s goldenbush, Ericameria cooperi (A. Gray) H. M. Hall
- Photo of herbarium specimen at Missouri Botanical Garden, collected in California in 1882, syntype of Aster monactis, syn of Ericameria cooperi
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