Threatened, Endangered, and Proposed (TEP) Plant Profile

Erigeron parishii, Parish's daisy.
Parish Fleabane flower heads. Photo by Chelsea Vollmer, San Bernardino National Forest.

Erigeron parishii, Parish's daisy habitat.
Parish Fleabane enjoys growing in limestone, within shrubby areas. Photo by Chelsea Vollmer, San Bernardino National Forest.

Erigeron parishii, Parish's daisy range map.
Dudleya cymosa ssp. ovatifolia range map.

Erigeron parishii, Parish's daisy

ESA Status

Visit the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Species Profile link below for links to listing and other USFWS documents.

Threats

The primary threats are associated with limestone mining:

  • Direct removal of mined materials
  • Disposal of overburden on adjacent unmined habitat
  • Road construction

Lesser threats include:

  • Sand and gravel mining
  • Off-highway vehicle use
  • Recreational and urban development
  • Powerline and hydroelectric development
  • Loss of pollinators or seed dispersal agents

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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