Calibrachoa parviflora (Juss.) D'Arcy
Determiner: B. L. Turner, 2009
W.R. Carr (with Debby Benesh) 25411
Date: 22 February 2007
United States, Texas, McMullen, Near L-shaped stock tank in western part of U. S. Navy's Escondido Ranch, 2.7 airmiles NNW of ranch HQ, 4.9-5.0 airmiles NNE of SW corner of county. Piedra Creek SE Quadrangle. Elev. 245 ft.
28d 7m 13.6s N; 98d 45m 51s
Habitat and Description:
Stems prostrate, mat-forming; various parts strongly glutinous; corolla deep pink, five-lobed; common in cracked clay in jeep road where it crosses dry bed of swale (creekbed or old river channel?) on broad unshaded floodplain of Nueces River. Associates include Ammoselinum butleri, Eryngium nasturtiifolium, Senecio tampicanus, Petunia parviflora, Sibara virginica, Chloracantha spinosa.
Record Id: 6c257cfd-87dd-45e8-8301-bc22a15ebc6a