Phaseolus texensis A. Delgado & W.R. Carr
Determiner: A. Delgado & W. R. Carr, 2007
W. R. Carr with Mark Mayfield 14861
Date: 23 September 1995
U.S.A., Texas, Travis, Tributary of Bull Creek emanating from Stillhouse Hollow, ca. 100-200 ft. upstream from (E of) its confluence with Mayfield Creek, downstream from a trail crossing near conspicuous 20-30 ft. N-facing undercut bluff, ca. 1200 ft. SW of eastern of two intersections of Spicewood Springs Rd. and Loop 360. Jollyville Quadrangle. Elev. 580 ft.
30d 22m 55s N; 97d 46m 6s
Habitat and Description:
Sheet 1 of 2. Climbing into shrubs and trailing on ground; petals pink to dark pink; fruit (mature when re-collected on 26 October 1995; see #15065) ca. 35-40 mm long, 7-8 mm wide, slightly curved; local, in shade of mixed woodland (largely Juniperus ashei, Quercus buckleyi, Ulmus crassifolia) on silty to rocky alluvial soil on narrow terrace of nearly perennial stream draining limestone canyons. Other associates include Verbesina virginica, Chasmanthium latifolium, Desmodium paniculatum, Ruellia drummondiana, Ligustrum japonicum, Parthenocissus quinquefolius, Rhamnus caroliniana, Garrya lindheimeri, Vitis sp., Forestiera pubescens.
Record Id: 65e04dea-5d04-44f8-8680-0680477d8ceb