University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00400225
Taxon: Viguiera dentata (Cav.) Spreng.
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner
Collector: W. R. Carr   20376   
Date: 19 October 2001
Locality: United States, Texas, Bexar, In fenceline on W side of Villamain Rd. (at 9423), ca. 0.25-0.3 mi. S of its southern jct. with Mission Parkway (road to parking lot for Mission San Juan), San Antonio Missions NHP. Southton Quadrangle. [Flora of San Antonio Missions NHP.]. Elev. 530 ft.
29.516111  -98.458333
Verbatim Coordinates: 29d 19m 718s N; 98d 27m 30s
Habitat and Description: Common in Frio clay loam on upper part of San Antonio River floodplain, in narrow strip of relatively natural midgrass grassland dominated by Schizachyrium scoparium (not exotic-dominated hay meadow just to W), W edge of hackberry strip. Associates include Agalinis strictifolia, Aristida purpurea, Aster ericoides, Bothriochloa laguroides var. torreyana, Desmanthus virgatus var. depressus, Eragrostis intermedia, Hedeoma drummondii, Helianthus maximiliani, Hymenopappus scabiosaeus, Mimosa latidens. NPS accession no. SAAN-00304, NPS catalog no. 20826.
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Record Id: 12468f22-44fb-484d-94a3-a3a0ce758e91
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: George Yatskievych (
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