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  Erigeron acris L. var. kamtschaticus (DC.) Herder image
Photographer: Corey Raimond           

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Corey Raimond
Family Asteraceae
Erigeron acris L. var. kamtschaticus (DC.) Herder
bitter fleabane
Erigeron: from Greek eri, "early," and geron, "old man," thus meaning "old man in the spring," referring to the fluffy, white seed heads and the early flowering and fruiting of many species
acris: sharp-tasting, biting, acrid
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Status: Native
Plant: annual, biennial, or short-lived perennial forb

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Erigeron acris L. subsp. kamtschaticus (DC.) H.Hara
Erigeron kamtschaticus DC.
Erigeron yellowstonensis A.Nelson
Trimorpha acris (L.) Gray var. kamtschatica (DC.) G.L.Nesom

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