Dieteria canescens var. ziegleri
Sida 20: 1396. 2003.
Subshrubs. Stems usually more than 1, ascending to erect, puberulent or canescent, sparsely or not stipitate-glandular; branches divaricate to ascending. Mid leaf-blades lanceolate to linear. Peduncles equaling or longer than involucres. Involucres broadly turbinate to hemispheric, (10–) 12–16 mm. Phyllaries in 5–10 series, reflexed, apices densely stipitate-glandular. Ray-florets pistillate, fertile. Cypselae sparsely to moderately appressed-hairy.
Phenology: Flowering Jul–Oct.
Habitat: Pine forests in the Santa Rosa Mountains (Riverside County)
Elevation: 1400–2500 m