University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00434342
Taxon: Pseudognaphalium canescens (DC.) W.A. Weber
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner, 2009
Collector: W.R. Carr with Terri Siegenthaler, Bob Fulginiti and many others   26343   
Date: 14 September 2007
Locality: United States, Texas, Jeff Davis, Ca. 3.0 airmiles W of HQ of Cherry Canyon Ranch. Buckhorn Mountain Quadrangle. Elev. 5800 ft.
30.886111  -104.060583
Verbatim Coordinates: 30d 53m 10s N; 104d 3m 38.1s
Habitat and Description: Common in herbaceous vegetation in open portion of gray oak - Emory oak - alligator juniper woodland on sandy clay derived from rhyolite, on small area of gentle slope on middle of southwest-facing flank of Indian Peak. Associates include Aristida sp., Bothriochloa spp., Eragrostis spp., Lycurus phleoides, Juniperus deppeana, Mimosa aculeaticarpa, Opuntia imbricata, Quercus emoryi, Q. grisea, Pectis papposa, Pinus sp.
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Record Id: 6c7b0766-12ea-4f7a-8cc1-4662b56ae6aa
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: George Yatskievych (
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