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Anulocaulis leiosolenus var. gypsogenus; Gypsum Ringstem   

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Anulocaulis leiosolenus var. gypsogenus
Anulocaulis leiosolenus var. gypsogenus
Gypsum Ringstem
Photographer: Wynn Anderson

ID: 0000 0000 0418 0860 (2018-04-12)

Copyright © 2018 Wynn Anderson

 
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  • date of photo  Aug 20, 2008
  • latitude 31.88490   longitude 104.32270     View on Google Maps.
  • location   State Highway TX-RM 652, 16.4 miles southeast of junction with US 62 at state line, 1.7 miles southeast of Delaware River crossing, 25.2 miles northeast of orla (Culberson County, Texas, US)
  • family Nyctaginaceae
  • plant community   Chihuahuan Desert gypsophilic scrub at 3500' (1068m)
  • notes   perennial on crust of weathered gypsum over anhydrite gypsum and calcareous shaley limestone of the Permian Castile Formation, with other gypsophilic plants Nama carnosum, Tiquilia hispidissima, Dicranocarpus parviflorus, Bouteloua breviseta
  • keywords: CDR, Chihuahuan Desert, gypsum
  • contributor's ID #  CDR 84
  • photo category: Plant - annual/perennial

  • MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS PLANT
  • common names   Gypsum Ringstem (photographer)
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