Boltonia diffusa Ell.
Determiner: B. L. Turner (TEX), 2014
W.R. Carr & Tom Wendt 31600
Date: 30 August 2012
United States, TEXAS, Bastrop, W side of Alum Creek ca. 2.2-2.4 airmiles S of jct. St. Rt. 21 and F. M. 1441. Bastrop State Park. Smithville Quadrangle. Elev. 390-400 ft.
30d 7.049m N; 97d 13.598m
Habitat and Description:
In shaded bottom of shallow former creek channel on nearly flat sandy creek terrace supporting loblolly pine - post oak woodland, in valley between slopes underlain by one of the Eocene sands (probably Reklaw), on soils mapped as deep, excessively drained, slightly acid fine sandy loam Typic Ustifluvents (Sayers Series). Area burned during Bastrop Complex Wildfire of September 2011. Herbaceous vegetation dominated by Cyperus 31612 and Dichanthelium 31617. Other associates included Conyza canadensis, Diodia teres, Eleocharis tortilis, Eragrostis hypnoides, Fimbristylis vahlii, Juncus validus, Mecardonia acuminata, Panicum brachyanthum, Paspalum plicatulum, Persicaria sp., Pluchea odorata, Polypremum procumbens, Setaria sp., Steinchisma hians. Common.
Record Id: 2cff716f-2b21-4dc6-898c-b42712e12535