Chamaesyce glyptosperma (Engelm.) Small
Determiner: B. L. Turner, 2008
W. R. Carr et al. 26532
Date: 04 November 2007
United States, Texas, Wilson, NE side of St. Rt. 181 just SE of Eagle Creek culvert, ca. 1.3 airmiles NE of confluence of Calaveras Creek and San Antonio River, ca. 9 mi. NE of Floresville. Saspamco Quadrangle. Elev. 460 - 480 ft.
29d 13m 56.6s N; 98d 15m 5.4s
Habitat and Description:
Stems prostrate. Occasional in patchy herbaceous vegetation on deep, somewhat excessively drained, medium acid, noncalcareous, light colored fine sand Alfisols (Eufaula and Patilo series) on occasionally mown, unshaded, gently gloping roadcut underlain by Carrizo sand. Associates include Acalypha radians, Chamaecrista calycoides, Croptilon sp., Trachoneura elegans.
Record Id: 1f9890c2-7969-438c-81e8-87759d4f8510