Digital Herbaria

Glandularia bipinnatifida var. bipinnatifida

Glandularia bipinnatifida (Nutt.) Nutt. var. bipinnatifida

Prairie verbena, Purple prairie verbena, Dakota mock vervain, Dakota vervain

Verbenaceae (Verbena Family)

USDA Native Status: L48 (N), PR (N)
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Specimen & Label Data

Verbena bipinnatifida var. bipinnatifida

Dakota Vervain


Location: On N R.O.W. of Hwy 46, .8 km E of US Hwy 281.
Latitude: 0.000000

Habitat: Full sun. Dry, rocky, limestone soil.

Description: Lax perennial, rooting at lower nodes. Many stems from stout taproot. Much branched. Leaves petiolate, bipinate/tripinnate; lobes linear, hirsute above/ below. Schizocarp half length of hispid-hirsute (not glandular) calyx in length. Cocci 4, subcyclindrical, beakless, scrobiclulate, 1x2.5 mm. Bractlets equal calyx in length. Corolla lavender, tube far exceeds calyx.

County: Comal
Collector: Harry Cliffe
Collection Date: Oct 19, 1990
Specimen number: 402

Herbarium Owner: NPSOT
Herbarium ID: 0591
Accession Date: Nov 23, 1993
Accession Number: 44

Annotations: SCFRC Originally identified as found in Bexar county.

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