Species Details

Erigeron inornatus var. calidipetris

hot rock daisy

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Photo of Erigeron inornatus var. calidipetris
©2006 Dean Wm. Taylor
Photo of Erigeron inornatus var. calidipetris
©2018 Sierra Pacific Industries
Photo of Erigeron inornatus var. calidipetris
©2018 Sierra Pacific Industries
Scientific Name:
Erigeron inornatus Gray var. calidipetris G. Nesom
Common Name:
hot rock daisy
Family: Asteraceae
Element Code: PDAST3M1Z1
USDA Plants Symbol: ERINC3
Synonyms/Other Names:
Lifeform: perennial herb
Blooming Period: Jun-Sep
Elevation:
1100 - 1935 meters
3610 - 6350 feet
General Habitat:
  • Lower montane coniferous forest (sandy, volcanic)
General Micro Habitat:
Micro Habitat:
Notes:
Possibly threatened by vehicles and logging. See Phytologia 72(3):157-208 (1992) for original description.
Threats:
Taxonomy:
Other:
Total Occurrences: 0
Element Occurrence Ranks:
A B C D X U
0 0 0 0 0 0
Occurrence Status:
Historical >20 Years 0
Recent <=20 Years 0
Presence:
Presumed Extant 0
Possibly Extirpated 0
Presumed Extirpated 0
California Endemic:
California Island:
States: Name (Code)
California (CA)
California Counties and Islands: Name (Code)
Butte (BUT), Lassen (LAS), Plumas (PLU), Shasta (SHA), Siskiyou (SIS), Tehama (TEH)
Quads: Name (Quad Code)
Bartle (4112137), Bogard Buttes (4012152), Border Mtn. (4112144), Butte Meadows (4012115), Chalk Mtn. (4012187), Chester (4012132), Childs Meadows (4012134), Dales (4012231), Elk Spring (4112231), Grizzly Peak (4112128), Harvey Mtn. (4012161), Horse Peak (4112147), Indian Spring Mtn. (4112135), Jonesville (4012114), Kinyon (4112138), Lake McCloud (4112221), Manzanita Lake (4012155), Mt. Harkness (4012143), Onion Butte (4012125), Pegleg Mtn. (4012048), Pine Creek Valley (4012151), Porcupine Butte (4112145), Rainbow Mtn. (4112148), Stover Mtn. (4012133), Swain Mountain (4012141), Thousand Lakes Valley (4012165), Viola (4012156), Westwood East (4012038), Westwood West (4012131), Whitehorse (4112134)
Notes:
Definitions of codes following a county and/or quad:
* Presumed extirpated
(?) Occurrence confirmed, but possibly extirpated
Quad and county data is imported from the CNDDB. Species may be present in other areas where conditions are favorable. These data should NOT be substituted for pre-project review or for on-site surveys.

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Presumed Extant
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