Ericameria cooperi

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Ericameria cooperi
Scientific classification
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Ericameria
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E. cooperi
Binomial name
Ericameria cooperi
(A.Gray) H.M.Hall
Synonyms[1]
  • Aster cooperi (A.Gray) Kuntze
  • Aster monactis (A.Gray) Kuntze
  • Bigelowia cooperi A.Gray
  • Bigelovia cooperi A.Gray
  • Chrysoma cooperi (A.Gray) Greene
  • Ericameria monactis (A.Gray) McClatchie
  • Haplopappus cooperi (A.Gray) H.M.Hall
  • Haplopappus monactis A.Gray

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.[2][3] It is in the goldenbush genus in the (sunflower family).[2]

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.[4]

Varieties[1][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Plant List, Ericameria cooperi (A.Gray) H.M.Hall
  2. ^ a b "Calflora taxon report: Ericameria cooperi". calflora.org. Retrieved 2015-05-16.
  3. ^ Biota of North America Program 2014 county distribution map
  4. ^ Gray, Asa 1879. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 8: 640 in Latin, as Bigelovia cooperi
  5. ^ Flora of North America, Cooper’s goldenbush, Ericameria cooperi (A. Gray) H. M. Hall

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