Plant Species of the Bright Angel Trail:
Grand Canyon Goldenweed, Ericameria arizonica

See Plant Guide to Bright Angel Trail for an introduction to this page, especially the Introduction To These Species Pages.

This page is just a shell to hold my photographs and reference information for now, so that readers can see the photographs and this taxon. The identification status, voucher info, and discussion of the species will be added in the future.


Identification status: .

From a SEINet search on 29 September 2007, there are vouchers of this species from the Coconino County portion of the Grand Canyon. The nearest are at: ; and . Note that there may be additional vouchers at other herbaria not available through SEINet.

First occurrence on Bright Angel Trail: mile 0.12, elevation 6781 feet (2067 m).

Number of plants along Trail: This is a very common species along the trail; at least 50 plants were found in at least 9 different locations in September 2007.


From 5 September 2007, mile 0.12:


See Resources for Grand Canyon Flora for further information on most of these references. Entries in the second column are either the name used in that source or a page reference. The name is linked to online pages when available. If a given reference does not contain this taxon, the entry is either left blank or contains a hyphen.

Scientific NameEricameria arizonica
1987 Grand Canyon Flora NameHaplopappus cervinus
1987 Grand Canyon Flora page
SEINet Image PageEricameria arizonica
USDA Plants--
Flora of North AmericaEricameria arizonica
Jepson Manual for California treatment--
Jepson Manual illustration page--
Kearney and Peebles Name
Kearney and Peebles Page #
Vascular Plants of AZ name
Vascular Plants of AZ volume: page
Huisinga et al 2006 name
Huisinga et al 2006 page numbers
Epple Name
Epple description page #
Epple pix #409
McDougall 1964 name
McDougall 1964 page #
Brian 2000 Name
Phillips 1979 name-
Phillips 1979 page #-
Stockert 1967 name
Stockert 1967 page #

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Last Update: 21 August 2008