is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family
known by the common name scabland fleabane
. It is native to the slopes, meadows, and hillsides of the western United States. This wildflower is a short, small perennial daisy forming clumps over a taproot
. It has mostly basal leaves several centimeters long which may be densely hairy to nearly hairless. Atop the short erect stems are inflorescences
holding single flower heads
. Each head is one or two centimeters wide and is packed with golden yellow disc florets, with no ray florets.