Astranthium ciliatum (Raf.) Nesom
Determiner: B. L. Turner, 2006
W. R. Carr 22834
Date: 24 March 2004
United States, Texas, Goliad, Both sides of Keys Hollow, ca. 10-300 ft. S of crossfence between Coyote and Double Towers pastures, Sarco Creek Ranch, 2.4 airmiles NW to WNW of F. M. 2441 bridge over Sarco Creek, at N28o34'00.2", W097o26'41.2". Melo Quadrangle. Elev. 160 ft.
28d 34m 0.2s N; 97d 26m 41.2s
Habitat and Description:
Common, visual co-dominant (with Coreopsis nuecensoides) in herbaceous "sandhill" vegetation on sandy hummocks on open clayey to sandy floodplain of intermittent stream draining landscape of post oak woodlands and coastal prairies underlain by Goliad Formation. Associates include Croton argyranthemus, Lupinus subcarnosus, Paspalum monostachyum, Polygala verticillata, Rumex hastatulus, Sabatia campestris.
Record Id: cd17d25c-13ef-4950-a007-f5848550d500