University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00466203
Taxon: Mimosa nuttallii (DC.) B.L. Turner
Family: Fabaceae
Determiner: B. L. Turner (TEX), 2014
Collector: W.R. Carr   30529   
Date: 01 May 2012
Locality: United States, TEXAS, Bastrop, At 90¼ turn in unpaved road, immediately N and E of Hoppy Spring, ca. 0.8 airmiles SSE of jct. St. Rt. 21 and F. M. 1441 NE of Bastrop. Bastrop State Park. Smithville NW Quadrangle. Elev. 456-470 ft.
30.140639  -97.220917
Verbatim Coordinates: 30d 8m 26.3s N; 97d 13m 15.3s
Habitat and Description: In herbaceous "sandhill" vegetation in deep, moderately well drained, neutral to slightly acid fine sand (Patilo Series, Grossarenic Paleustalfs) in old cleared area on nearly level to gently sloping upland underlain by Carrizo Sand. Area lightly burned during Bastrop Complex Wildfire of September 2011. Associates included Aphanostephus skirrhobasis, Argemone sp., Aristolochia erecta, Brazoria truncata, Chaetopappa asteroides, Cnidoscolus texanus, Descurainia pinnata, Evax candida, Gaillardia amblyodon, Gamochaeta purpurea, Helianthus debilis, Heterotheca pilosa, Hymenopappus artemisiifolius, Hypochaeris glabra, Monarda sp., Oenothera laciniata, O. mexicana, Opuntia sp., Paronychia drummondii, Phlox drummondii, Plantago hookeriana, Rumex hastatulus, Senecio ampullaceus, Silene antirrhina, Spermolepis echinata, Stillingia sylvatica, Stylisma pickeringii, Triodanis sp., Vicia ludoviciana, Vulpia ludoviciana, Yucca sp. Common. At N30¼08'26.3", W097¼13'15.3" and eastward.
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Record Id: c62620c4-4c1f-4862-a725-2180016b0756
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