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Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)
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Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)

General: Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei) is an annual forb that grows close to the ground, a typical "belly flower." Getting down on your belly, flower watchers will notice the small yellow, sunflower-type flowers and cobweb-covered stems and leaves. The tip of the leaves is rounded, not notched

Woolly Easterbonnets is an common, sometimes abundant, component of vegetation communities in dry, well-drained gravelly areas on bajadas into the lower mountains in the Lower Sonoran (Creosote-Bursage Flats) and Upper Sonoran (Mojave Desert Scrub and Pinyon-Juniper Woodland) life zones.

Family: Sunflower (Asteraceae)

Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei) Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)
Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei) Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)
Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei) Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)
Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei) Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)
Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei) Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)
Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei) Woolly Easterbonnets (Eriophyllum wallacei)
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Note: All distances, elevations, and other facts are approximate. Names generally follow the USDA database.
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