Rubus trivialis Michx.
Determiner: B. L. Turner (TEX), 2014
W.R. Carr 30107
Date: 23 March 2012
United States, TEXAS, Bastrop, 300-500 ft. SE of Hoppy Spring, ca. 0.9 airmiles SSE of jct. St. Rt. 21 and F. M. 1441 NE of Bastrop. Bastrop State Park. Smithville NW Quadrangle. Elev. 430-440 ft.
30d 8m 41s N; 97d 12m 58.5s
Habitat and Description:
In small openings in burned-over post oak - loblolly pine woodland, on soils mapped as deep, moderately well drained, neutral to slightly acid fine sand (Patilo Series, Grossarenic Paleustalfs), on gently rolling topography underlain by Carrizo Sand. Area lightly burned during Bastrop Complex Wildfire of September 2011. Associates included Agrostis hyemalis, Callitriche sp., Drosera brevifolia, Hypoxis hirsuta, Isolepis carinatus, Juncus capitatus, Myosotis macrosperma, Phalaris caroliniana, Phlox drummondii, Plantago sp., Senecio ampullaceus, Valerianella radiata. Stems short (burned to ground level during fire); petals 5, bright white; occasional.
Record Id: 23b2cd8a-1fe8-4ebb-af33-99c9fc0e4e7f