University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00432008
Taxon: Hedeoma drummondii Benth.
Family: Lamiaceae
Determiner: T. Wendt 2001
Collector: Tom Wendt & Kathleen Collins   7114   
Date: 10 July 2000
Locality: United States, Texas, DICKENS, 6.4 mi S of US Hwy 82 on road to Croton Camp of the Pitchfork Ranch (i.e., 15.2 mi E from Dickens on 82, then S 3.9 mi on Co Rd 371, then SW 2.5 mi on Co Rd 366), in the Croton Breaks. Elev. 2060 ft.
33.546944  -100.626667
Verbatim Coordinates: 33d 32m 49s N; 100d 37m 36s
Habitat and Description: Red beds with red sandy soils, with gypsum outcrops; slopes with juniper, mesquite, Rhus microphylla, Berberis trif., Zizyphus, Celtis retic., and abundant grasses (especially Aristida), with gypsum slopes more open. Herbage very strongly minty when crushed; fl lavender, white with lavender spots at base of lower lip; scattered on and near gypsum.
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Record Id: 1e92caa5-e323-4303-9a54-a734d8d42c5d
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