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Navajo Fleabane

Erigeron concinnus
Erigeron concinnus (Navajo fleabane or tidy fleabane) is a perennial flowering plant in the daisy family. Erigeron concinnus is native to the dry mountains of the Mojave Desert around Death Valley in southeast California, north and east to Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico; in the California portion of its range, it grows at elevations of 1200-1800 m. Some of the known populations lie inside Mojave National Preserve.

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