University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00411187
Taxon: Pectis angustifolia tenella (DC.) Keil
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner
Collector: Robert Runyon   3332   
Date: 27 May 1937
Locality: United States, Texas, Starr, Midway between Sullivan City and Riogrande on Highway 4. Elev. 80 m.
Habitat and Description: Habit: a low diffuse herb. Habitat: on gravel hills in Starr County. Annual. Roots perennial. Soil: clay. Flowers: terminal, paniculate-cymose. Color: yellow. Month: May-June. Leaves: mostly in clusters, linear, 15-20 mm. long. The plant has a lemon odor and the Natives call it Limoncillo. Rather abundant in Starr County in dry soil.
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Record Id: 871e5fdf-7373-4973-bd4d-7e93cf1ce003
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