Descurainia pinnata pinnata (Walt.) Britt.
Determiner: Barbara E. Goodson (TEX), 2007
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Robert Runyon 2564
Date: 13 April 1941
United States, Texas, Hidalgo, Sullivan City, bordering the highway. Elev. 50 m.
Habitat and Description:
Erect, branched, annual herb on open ground and fields. Soil clay loam, flowers yellow, in terminal racemes with no odor, in Mar.-Apr. Leaves are very finely dissected, lace-like. Fruit a linear, flat, erect pod. Bark green, roots fibrous. The plant is an early annual, and nowhere abundant, but distributed throughout the Lower Rio Grande Valley.
Record Id: 9e63df24-d1dd-4668-b4db-982ea4e422e5