University of Texas Herbarium
Catalog #: TEX00458433
Taxon: Bothriochloa bladhii (Retz.) S.T. Blake
Family: Poaceae
Determiner: B.L. Turner (TEX), 2012
Collector: Kirsti Harms   s.n.   
Date: 2003-11-01
Locality: United States, TEXAS, Bell, NE Bell County; 70 acre private retored prairie NE of Temple, a few miles E of I-35, south of 935 and N & W of 438 and NW of Oenaville.
31.146413  -97.248143
Verbatim Coordinates: 31d 8m 47.086s N; 97d 14m 53.315s
Habitat: In blackland prairie, in disturbed area. Associated with Schizachyrium scoparium, Bothriochloa ischaemum and Bothriochloa laguroides ssp. torreyana. Area earlier had grown cotton and milo, with stands of trees dotted around and a thicket of Arundo donax, oaks, cedar elms and hackberries along the creek nearby. The B. bladhii was the sole species in a rounded patch 15-20 feet in diameter, noticeable because of its reddish color.
Reproductive Condition: sterile
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Record Id: 80177e0c-99f9-4012-a602-bbc0c460be8a
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: George Yatskievych (george.yatskievych@austin.utexas.edu)
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