Jefea brevifolia (Gray) Stother
Robert Runyon 1720
Date: 27 May 1937
United States, Texas, Starr, Midway between Sullivan City and Riogrande. Elev. 100 m.
Habitat and Description:
Habit: erect, diffuse, suffrutescent. Habitat: gravel hillsides in Starr County. Soil: clay. Flowers: terminal, solitary. Color: yellow. Leaves: alternate or clustered, short petioled, obtuse. Bark: scabrous. Rather abundant on the dry clay and gravel hillsides. The foliage is a grayish color and looks as if it was drying up.
Record Id: 354aa5d0-9331-4cd0-ab53-9286e8ab38fd