University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00391181
Taxon: Tamaulipa azurea (DC.) R.M.King & H.Rob.
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner, 2012
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Collector: Robert Runyon   1415   
Date: 05 June 1931
Locality: United States, Texas, Cameron, On summit of Clay Dume, on Boca Chica Highway. Elev. 40 ft.
Habitat and Description: Perennial; kind of plant erect, reclining, shrubby plant, much branched; soil clay; flowers showy; color purple; month June; leaves opposite, deltoid, ovate, acute, scolloped, rugose; flowers in terminal loose clusters, flowering from early winter to June. The plant has a very peculiar odor, while other species have a mint odor.
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Record Id: 21b865ea-c429-45d7-935c-3c79de6beb6e
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