University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00432067
Taxon: Helianthus petiolaris subsp. petiolaris null
Family: Asteraceae
Determiner: T. Wendt 2001
Collector: Tom Wendt & Kathleen Collins   7210   
Date: 2001-06-30
Locality: United States, Texas, DICKENS, Along Co. Rd. 267, 0.4 mi E then N from N end of FM 2941 (i.e., ca. 11 mi E from Dickens on US 82, then 4.1 mi N on FM 2941, then 0.4 mi E then N on 267.). Elev. 2290 ft.
33.680278  -100.633333
Verbatim Coordinates: 33d 40m 49s N; 100d 38m
Habitat: Rolling country with sandy brown soils, with shinnery and hybrid shinnery oak patches, Prunus angustifolia patches, sand sage, Yucca, mesquite, and open grassy areas. Annual; heads on long erect peduncles, ray fls yellow, disc fls dark; abundant fl visitors (beetles, bees, etc.); in sandy humped-up roadsides. [SHEET 2 OF 2.].
Reproductive Condition: flowering=early
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Record Id: 95d4ab27-2832-4e53-bddc-128bf96090b9
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: George Yatskievych (george.yatskievych@austin.utexas.edu)
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