Arnica tomentosa Macoun Woolly arnica is one of many species of this genus, which belongs to the Aster Family. It is a graceful perennial with large bright yel- low flower heads produced at the ends of the stems. Like other parts of the plant the leaves are conspicuously woolly, hence the appropri- ateness of the name given to it. We found this arnica growing high on the mountainside where it maintained a precarious foot-hold in shallow soil in crevices of limestone rocks. This species has a narrow range, occurring only in Alberta and British Columbia. The plant illustrated was gathered in the valley of the Siffleur River, British Columbia, at an altitude of 5,000 feet.
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