University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00407629
Taxon: Wedelia hispida H.B.K.
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner
Collector: Robert Runyon   2545   
Date: 13 April 1941
Locality: United States, Texas, Starr, Midway between Sullivan City and Riogrande, on highway 48. Elev. 50 m.
Habitat and Description: Habit: erect, branched herb. Habitat: chaparral thickets. Annual. Soil: clay loam. Flowers: solitary on a long stem. Color: yellow rays. Odor: none. Month: April-May. Leaves: oblong-ovate, hispid, imperfectly toothed. Bark: brown. Roots: woody, perennial. Occasional on the sides of the gravel hills in Starr County.
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