Stemless Mock Goldenweed
It is native to the western United States, where it grows in rocky soils in sagebrush plateau and mountain habitats.
Stenotus acaulis is a perennial herb usually forming a compact tuft or mat of hairless to hairy and sometimes glandular herbage. The linear to widely lance-shaped leaves are up to 8 or 10 centimeters long with rigid, hair-lined edges.
- Database: Stenotus acaulis (Stemless mock goldenweed)
- Jepson Manual eFlora (TJM2) treatment of Stenotus acaulis
- USDA Plants Profile for Stenotus acaulis (stemless mock goldenweed)
- Flora of North America: Stenotus acaulis
- UC CalPhotos gallery of Stenotus acaulis