Eleocharis flavescens (Poir.) Urban
W. R. Carr (with T. Ettel, J. Maresh and C. Smith) 18370
Date: 16 June 1999
United States, Texas, Calhoun, Ca. 1/4 mi S of Powderhorn Lake ca. 1 mi W of Matagorda Bay, ca. 5.7 airmiles NE of jct. F.M. 1289 and St. Rt. 185. Powderhorn Ranch. Port O'Connor Quadrangle. Elev. ca. 5 ft.
28d 29m 50s N; 96d 28m 54s
Habitat and Description:
Common along margin of relatively deep long-lived freshwater pothole in opening among live oak woodlands on deep loose well drained loamy fine sand on undulating topography of Ingleside Barrier. Associates include Eleocharis quadrangulata (dominant in deepest water), Rhynchospora cf. microcarpa, Ludwigia linearis, Boltonia diffusa, Cyperus haspan, Pluchea foetida, Panicum hians.
Record Id: c45e1a7b-ce1e-4c64-bf18-34988bfc8db3