Euthania occidentalis Nutt.
Related Name: Solidago occidentalis (Nutt.) Torr. & Gray
Often seen in small patches, clusters of yellow flowers on one side of curved branches. Small heads are composed of both ray and disk flowers. Plants may reach 1-6 feet. Occurs under wet conditions in stream bank, meadow, coastal, salt-marsh and freshwater-marsh habitats and found in sagebrush scrub, meadows, and seeps. Reported by Nuttall along the Lewis' River in the Rocky Mountains. Found on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in southeast Idaho.
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