Chamaesyce glyptosperma (Engelm.) Small
Robert Runyon 2206
Date: 15 July 1940
United States, Texas, Willacy, Edge of Kenedy County line on Highway 96, near Yturria. Elev. 10 m.
Habitat and Description:
Erect spreading herb. Open sandy ground. Annual. Soil: sand. Flowers: in small clusters, greenish, no odor. Leaves: opposite, sessile, oblong, obtuse, smooth. Fruit: a small three lobed capsule. Bark: pale. Roots: fiberous. Frequent in the sandy soil in Willacy and Kenedy counties.
Record Id: 6ae0e6a7-a7ec-4bf3-bf96-8e6f760957a8