University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00458080
Taxon: Vernonia baldwinii Torr.
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: B.L. Turner (TEX), 2012
Collector: W.R. Carr   29129   
Date: 13 September 2010
Locality: United States, TEXAS, Palo Pinto, Along E side of a N-S stretch of Brazos River at Fortune Bend, W end of Schoolhouse Mountain, 7-8 airmiles WNW of courthouse in Palo Pinto. Elev. 870ft.
32.824361  -98.409778
Verbatim Coordinates: 32d 49m 27.7s N; 98d 24m 35.2s
Habitat and Description: In shade of pecan in open woodland on sandy alluvium on high terrace along major perennial stream. Canopy dominated by Carya illinoinensis, Ulmus crassifolia; understory open; ground layer in shade dense, dominated by Setaria scheelei and Vernonia baldwinii; open portions seasonally dominated by Funastrum cynanchoides, Ambrosia psilostachya, Solanum elaeagnifolium, Heterotheca subaxillaris. Other associates included Argemone sp., Cenchrus spinifex, Chenopodium ambrosioides, Chloris cucullata, Desmodium tweedyi, Eragrostis superba, Eriogonum multiflorum, Froelichia sp., Mirabilis jalapa, Sporobolus cryptandrus, Verbesina encelioides. Common.
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Record Id: 4b8933f7-b96e-4976-b04d-33f9540cf307
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: George Yatskievych (
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