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    Author(s): Corey L. Gucker; Nancy L. Shaw
    Date: 2018
    Source: In: Gucker, Corey L.; Shaw, Nancy L., eds. Western forbs: Biology, ecology, and use in restoration. Reno, NV: Great Basin Fire Science Exchange. Online: http://greatbasinfirescience.org/western-forbs-restoration.
    Publication Series: Guidebooks
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Description

    Aspen fleabane is widely distributed throughout western North America. In Canada, it occurs in British Columbia and Alberta. In the United States it occurs in western South Dakota and all states to its west, except California. However, there is a population in Baja California that is disjunct from the nearest southernmost populations in Arizona (Nesom 2006). Aspen fleabane is particularly common in the Great Basin and Intermountain regions (Hermann 1966).

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    Citation

    Gucker, Corey L.; Shaw, Nancy L. 2018. Aspen fleabane (Erigeron speciosus). In: Gucker, Corey L.; Shaw, Nancy L., eds. Western forbs: Biology, ecology, and use in restoration. Reno, NV: Great Basin Fire Science Exchange; Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Online: http://greatbasinfirescience.org/western-forbs-restoration.

    Keywords

    native plants, native seed production, Oregon fleabane, plant ecology, restoration, revegetation, seed technology, seeding, showy fleabane, wildflowers

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