Erigeron procumbens (Houst. ex P. Mill.) Nesom
Robert Runyon 3317
Date: 01 May 1937
United States, Texas, Cameron, Between Boca Chica and the mouth of the Rio Grande. Elev. 2 m.
Habitat and Description:
Distribution: South Texas on Coast. Stems erect or partly prostrate. On sandy flats near the beach. Annual. Stems rooting when in contact with the earth. Leaves alternate, petiolate, obovate or broad spatulate. Flowers terminal on a long peduncle, white rays. Flowers open during morning, closed during the afternoon. Flowering in April-May. Sand. Abundant on the sandy flats near the beach.
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