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Inyo Rockdaisy (Perityle inyoensis)

Photo Credit: Duncan Bell
  • Global Rank: G2 - Imperiled
  • Legal Status: N/A
  • Family: Asteraceae
  • State: CA
  • Nature Serve ID: 142728
  • Lifeform: Subshrub
  • Date Inducted in National Collection: 01/14/2019

Where is Inyo Rockdaisy (Perityle inyoensis) located in the wild?

States & Provinces:

Inyo Rockdaisy can be found in California

Which CPC Partners conserve Inyo Rockdaisy (Perityle inyoensis)?

CPC's Plant Sponsorship Program provides long term stewardship of rare plants in our National Collection. We are so grateful for all our donors who have made the Plant Sponsorship Program so successful. We are in the process of acknowledging all our wonderful plant sponsorship donors on our website. This is a work in progress and will be updated regularly.

Conservation Actions

  • 09/01/2020
  • Orthodox Seed Banking

Based on an September 2020 extract of the California Plant Rescue Database, California Botanic Garden holds 2 accessions of Perityle inyoensis in orthodox seed collection. There are as many as 11771 seeds of this species in their collection - although some may have been used for curation testing or sent to back up.

  • 08/05/2020
  • Seed Collection

Based on an August 2020 extract of the California Plant Rescue Database, California Botanic Garden has collected 2 seed accessions of Perityle inyoensis from 2 plant occurrences listed in the California Natural Diversity Database. These collections together emcompass 80 maternal plants

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Taxon Perityle inyoensis
Authority (Ferris) Powell
Family Asteraceae
CPC Number 3312
ITIS 38214
Duration Perennial
Common Names Inyo Laphamia
Associated Scientific Names Perityle inyoensis
State Rank
State State Rank
California S2
Ecological Relationships


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