Latin name: Erigeron parishii A. Gray
Pronunciation: er-IJ-er-on PARE-ish-ee-eye
Common name: Parish's fleabane
Family: Asteraceae (Sunflower)
Habitat: Dry slopes in joshua tree and pinyon-juniper woodland and creosote bush scrub from 2500' to 6000' in the southern Mojave Desert and around the north base of the San Bernardino Mountains, particularly in Cushenbury Canyon
Blooming period: May to June
Name derivations: 1) Erigeron 2) parishii
NOTE: Jepson e-flora says threatened by limestone mining