Thymophylla tenuiloba tenuiloba (DC.) Small
Determiner: Guy Nesom, 2008
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Robert Runyon 1734
Date: 08 June 1937
United States, Texas, Cameron, High Loma, 8 miles west of Boca Chica near Highway 4. Elev. 5 m.
Habitat and Description:
Habit: a low diffuse or semi-diffuse herb. Habitat: high clay grounds. Annual. Soil: clay. Flowers: terminal, solitary from each branch. Color: yellow. Leaves: commonly opposite, 5 to 11 linear lobes. Roots: probably perennial. The plant does not have the aromatic order.
Record Id: 3667ac58-2213-44de-8df4-4b022c7f9d11