Erigeron abajoensis (Abajo Fleabane) is a species of Erigeron in the family Asteraceae, native to Utah in the southwest United States, where it grows on sunny, dry, rocky slopes generally at elevations of 2,270 to 3,400 m.
It is a short (5 to 25 cm tall) perennial plant. The leaves are narrowly oblanceolate (i.e. with a broad-rounded apex and a tapering base), set with stiff, straight bristles and located at the base of the stem. The flowers are blue or white, produced in the summer.