Wedelia hispida H.B.K.
Robert Runyon 1729
Date: 27 May 1937
United States, Texas, Starr, 5 miles W of Sullivan City. Elev. 80 m.
Habitat and Description:
Habit: erect, branched herb. Habitat: growing up through low shrubs. Perennial. On hillside. Soil: clay. Flowers: terminal, solitary. Color: yellow. Month: May-June. Leaves: opposite, subsessile, lanceolate-oblong. The plant is not common and it is always under the protection of low shrubs.
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