Tridens texanus (S. Wats.) Nash
Determiner: B. L. Turner (TEX), 2014
W.R. Carr 30241
Date: 10 April 2012
United States, TEXAS, Val Verde, At base of sheer E-facing cliff of same, in bottom of canyon of intermittent stream, along nameless tributary of Devils River ca. 1000-2000 ft. upstream from mouth (which is between mouths of Satan and Little Satan canyons), 0.2-0.3 airmiles N of TPWD bunkhouse, ca. 9-10 airmiles NW of jct. US Rt. 277 and road to Rough Canyon Recreation Area. SW part Devils River State Natural Area Southern Unit. Elev. 1160-1200 ft.
29d 40m 28.7s N; 100d 58m 55.9s
Habitat and Description:
In shrubland on very shallow stony clay soils on gentle slopes of Salmon Peak Limestone at base of sheer E-facing cliff of same, in bottom of canyon of intermittent stream. Associates included Acacia berlandieri, A. rigidula, Amsonia salpignatha, Aristida purpurea sensu lato, Berberis trifoliolata, Bernardia myricifolia, Calliandra conferta, Croton incanus, Dasylirion texanum, Echinocereus triglochidiatus, Forestiera reticulata, Galphimia angustifolia, Karwinskia humboldtiana, Linum rupestre, Opuntia sp., Porophyllum scoparium, Quercus pungens, Sideroxylon lanuginosum, Sophora secundiflora. Occasional.
Record Id: 4093cd40-8de8-4df9-acb6-9f1f9df9adf4