Acalypha radians Torr.
Robert Runyon 2641
Date: 04 May 1941
United States, Texas, Brooks, Near Encino. Elev. 50 m.
Habitat and Description:
Known from sand belt. Erect or prostrate herb. Open sandy ground. Annual, perennial roots. Soil: sandy loam. Flowers are in terminal clusters, red, no odor. Leave are ovate in outline, finely dissected and lobed. Bark: green. Roots: woody. Frequent in the sandy region of Willacy, Kenedy, and Brooks Counties.
Record Id: 09e92e46-1b85-45e0-baf7-7d56005cd2a1