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Aspen Fleabane
Erigeron speciosus
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Also known as - Showy Daisy, Showy Fleabane.

Native to Alberta. Perennial.

General Description

By Gustave J. Yaki

Native of southwestern N. America. Uncommon. S3. Stems, leafy, 1.5-8dm tall; often hairy. Leaves, alternate; commonly 3-veined; with hairs along the edges; lower, oblong lance-like to broadly spatulate, long-stalked; upper, lance-like to broadly oval, not markedly reduced in size. Flowerheads, 1-21; 6-9mm high; 75-150 blue or nearly white ray florets, 7-18mm long; sometimes glandular in the flowerheads; late June-August. Habitat: moist open woods and montane meadows.

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Recent Aspen Fleabane Reports in Alberta

Abundance Location Reporter Date
Present Ellerslie Mark 2010/07/06
Present County of Camrose No. 22 Blake 2010/06/20
Present Weaselhead/Glenmore Pk Gernigswald 1980/06/28

Aspen Fleabane Hotspots in Alberta

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