Descurainia pinnata pinnata (Walt.) Britt.
Determiner: Barbara E. Goodson (TEX), 2007
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Robert Runyon 1606
Date: 09 March 1937
United States, Texas, Hidalgo, Barreda Station and at Weslaco. Elev. 15 m.
Habitat and Description:
In the edge of thickets and in waste grounds. Erect, sparingly branched, canescent annual, 30 cm high. Alluvial soil. Flowers terminal, yellow. Leaves alternate, bipinnatifid, finely dissected. Fruit a linear pod, flat, slightly curved with 2 rows of seed. Scattered in open grounds throughout the Valley.
Record Id: 3ed847bc-d79d-4383-9c0b-da1de6786292