Solidago petiolaris Ait.
W. R. Carr (with Changxiang Liu and David Wolfe) 14970
Date: 11 October 1995
United States, Texas, Lamar, Ca. 500 ft. S of main E-W gravel road in center of camp N of the arc of old camp roads, from a point ca. 1.0 roadmiles WNW of its jct. with N-S sand road to Rich Hill Cemetery; ca. 3.1 airmiles WNW of jct. US Rt. 271 and F. M. 2648 N of Paris. Camp Maxey Training Site (Texas Army National Guard). Pat Mayse Lake East Quadrangle. Elev. 500 ft.
33d 48m 12s N; 95d 34m 51s
Habitat and Description:
Stems virgate, 3 ft. tall; frequent in dry portion of post oak woodland with broken canopy, on claypan on level upland. Geology: Eagle Ford Formation (Cretaceous). Soils: deep, somewhat poorly drained, slightly acid, loamy Vertic Paleudalfs (Annona Series). Associates include Agalinis gattingeri, Antennaria fallax, Aster patens, Carex spp., Desmodium sp., Dichanthelium spp., Hieracium gronovii, Solidago delicatula, Tephrosia virginiana, Carya tomentosa, Crataegus marshallii, Quercus marilandica, Quercus stellata, Ulmus alata.
Record Id: a3b5614a-8446-4093-9e24-a6cafff0d6bb