Adolphia infesta

(Kunth) Meisner
Pl. Vasc. Gen. 2: 50. 1837.
Common names: Junco Texas adolphia
Illustrated
Basionym: Ceanothus infestus Kunth in A. von Humboldt et al. Nov. Gen. Sp. 7(fol.): 47
Synonyms: 7(qto.): 61 Plate 614. 1824 (as infesta) Colubrina infesta (Kunth) Schlechtendal
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 12. Treatment on page 109.

Shrubs, 0.3–1(–2) m, secondary branches and branchlets minutely and persistently short-hispid, slowly glabrescent, branchlets usually 0.5–1 mm diam. Leaves: blade narrowly oblanceolate to linear, 3–10 mm, margins entire [rarely dentate], surfaces glabrous; 1-veined from base. Pedicels 1–2.5 mm. Flowers: hypanthium hemispheric-campanulate, 1.5 mm wide, sides convex; sepals ovate-triangular, length nearly 2 times width, margins curved; petals 1.2–1.5 mm, shallowly hooded.


Phenology: Flowering Mar–Aug(–Sep).
Habitat: Open slopes and washes, rocky outcrops, limestone and igneous substrates, roadsides, chaparral, oak-juniper and mixed conifer-oak woodlands.
Elevation: 1200–1800 m.

Distribution

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Ariz., N.Mex., Tex., c, n Mexico.

Discussion

Selected References

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Lower Taxa

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... more about "Adolphia infesta"
Guy L. Nesom +
(Kunth) Meisner +
Ceanothus infestus +
Junco +  and Texas adolphia +
Ariz. +, N.Mex. +, Tex. +, c +  and n Mexico. +
1200–1800 m. +
Open slopes and washes, rocky outcrops, limestone and igneous substrates, roadsides, chaparral, oak-juniper and mixed conifer-oak woodlands. +
Flowering Mar–Aug(–Sep). +
Pl. Vasc. Gen. +
Illustrated +
7(qto.): 61 +, Plate 614. +  and Colubrina infesta +
Adolphia infesta +
Adolphia +
species +