Panicum hirsutum Sw.
W. R. Carr with T. Ettel, C. Smith, and L. Williams 18122
Date: 03 May 1999
United States, Texas, CAMERON, Southmost Ranch; in bottom of abandoned (drained) resaca, S side of dam bisecting channel, ca. 0.4-0.5 airmiles SE of new farm HQ, ca. 1.5 airmiles SE of jct. Southmost Rd. (F. M. 1414) and Indiana Ave. Southmost Quadrangle. Elev. 15 ft.
25d 50m 55s N; 97d 23m 30s
Habitat and Description:
Locally common in colonies in alluvial clay in bottom of abandoned (drained) resaca. Culms often 2 m. tall; associates include Mimosa pigra, Ampelopsis arborea, Chamaesyce serpens, Helianthus annuus, Cynodon dactylon, Mikania scandens, Cyperus articulatus, Persicaria sp., Melothria pendula, some small Celtis laevigata, Sabal mexicana.
Record Id: 2a6420b3-e4f5-4703-a917-36ba16ee7cf7