University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00209168
Taxon: Fuirena simplex Vahl
Family: Cyperaceae
Determiner: J. M. Poole, 2004
Collector: Jackie M. Poole   4609   
Date: 28 June 2002
Locality: United States, Texas, Val Verde, Amistad National Recreation Area: Indian Springs. Sample plot no. 8. Satan Canyon Quad (1:24,000).
Habitat and Description: Formerly inundated southwest-facing slope of large limestone blocks and boulders with large spring; frogfruit-Bermuda grass-water hyssop herbaceous vegetation with perennial spikesedge, mudflat petunia, yellow monkeyflower, and whorled pennywort. With Eleocharis montevidensis, Bacopa monnieri, Phyla nodiflora, Cynodon dactylon, Hydrocotyle verticillata, Calibrachoa parviflora, and Mimulus glabratus. Rare perennial to 35 cm. NPS Accession No.: AMIS-00291. NPS Catalog No.: AMIS 41298. [NOTE: This specimen property of National Park Service, on "permanent" loan to TEX.].
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Record Id: 26025104-66d0-41f0-a0ad-247b7df7d60d
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