Horsfordia newberryi

(S. Watson) A. Gray
Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts 22: 297. 1887.
Basionym: Abutilon newberryi S. Watson Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts 11: 125. 1876
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 6. Treatment on page 268.

Shrubs, 2–3 m, hairs dense, stellate, yellow. Leaves not folded, petiolate 4–10 cm; stipules 2–5 mm; blade lanceolate to cordate, (3–)4–10 cm, base usually cordate or truncate, margins entire or denticulate, apex acute. Inflorescences solitary flowers or few-flowered panicles. Flowers: calyx campanulate, 5–6 mm; petals yellow, sometimes pale orange [white], 6–9 mm. Schizocarps 9–12 mm diam.; mericarps ca. 10, 6–9 mm, lower cell reticulate, upper cell 2-seeded, wings ovate. Seeds (2 or)3 per mericarp, brown to blackish, 2.2 mm, densely short-pubescent with whitish hairs. 2n = 30.

Phenology: Flowering Nov–Dec, Mar–Apr.
Habitat: Disturbed and undisturbed sites, deserts
Elevation: 100–800 m


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Ariz., Calif., Mexico (Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora).


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John La Duke +
(S. Watson) A. Gray +
Abutilon newberryi +
Ariz. +, Calif. +, Mexico (Baja California +, Baja California Sur +  and Sonora). +
100–800 m +
Disturbed and undisturbed sites, deserts +
Flowering Nov–Dec, Mar–Apr. +
Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts +
Illustrated +
Mallow +
Horsfordia newberryi +
Horsfordia +
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