Sickle-leaved golden aster is endangered in the state of Connecticut.
- Synonyms: Chrysopsis falcata
- Family: aster (Asteraceae)
- Habitat: dry, sandy soil near the coast, pine barrens
- Height: 8-15 inches
- Flower size: flowerheads 3/4 inch across
- Flower color: yellow
- Flowering time: July to September
- Origin: native
Note the slender, curved leaves -- they are a good field mark for sickle-leaf goldenaster.