Thymophylla tenuiloba tenuiloba (DC.) Small
Determiner: Guy Nesom, 2008
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Robert Runyon 1731
Date: 27 May 1937
United States, Texas, Starr, 5 miles west of Sullivan City on Highway 4. Elev. 100 m.
Habitat and Description:
Habit: a low diffuse leafy herb. Habitat: gravel hills. Annual. Soil: clay-gravel. Flowers: on long slender peduncles. Color: yellow. Leaves: crowded, pinnately parted into 7 to 11 subulate filliform divisions. Roots: perennial. The plant is very abundant on the gravel hills in Starr Co. The foliage is aromatic with a pleasant odor.
Record Id: 412885a2-81b7-492b-8f93-8d61a8587e65