University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00035780
Taxon: Chamaesyce glyptosperma (Engelm.) Small
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner
Collector: W. R. Carr w/ Changxiang Liu & David Wolfe   15011   
Date: 13 October 1995
Locality: United States, Texas, BROWN, E of well inside rock fence ca. 1000 ft. ENE of road below dam on Lewis Creek from a point ca. 500 ft. S of creek, ca. 1.9 roadmiles SE of jct. FM 2126 and St. Rt. 45, S of Brownwood. Camp Bowie Trng. Site (TNG). Brownwood Quad. Elev. 1450 - 1460 ft.
31.640833  -98.933611
Verbatim Coordinates: 31d 38m 27s N; 98d 56m 1s
Habitat and Description: One plant seen, either rare here or lying low during fall drought; in open, grazed and browsed post oak woodland in shallow sandy loam over fractured sandstone on more or less level bench on lower slope. Geology: a sandstone stratum within Travis Peak Formation (Cretaceous). Soils: very shallow droughty sandy loam. Assoc. include: (see 34 spp. listed on Herbarium sheet).
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Record Id: 67a29bbf-caae-4b37-b873-d94eb3128784
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