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Occurrence ID (GUID): abeb1f19-f418-43a7-9d5c-652fc3de4a84
Taxon: Matelea parvifolia (Torr.) Woods.
Family: Apocynaceae
Determiner: Mark Fishbein (Mar 2019)
Collector: Sue Carnahan   3607   
Date: 2019-03-07
Additional Collectors: Curtis Smith
Locality: United States, Arizona, Santa Cruz, Southwestern foothills of Santa Rita Mts, Arizona State Trust Land; 8.7 km S and 2.1 km W (by air) of Mt Hopkins peak.
31.61298  -110.90822  WGS84
Elevation: 1378 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 4521 ft
Habitat: S-facing rocky slope in scrub grassland.
Associated Species: Opuntia santa-rita, Lagascea decipiens, Fouquieria splendens, Haplophyton cimicidum, Prosopis velutina, Eysenhardtia orthocarpa, Abutilon abutiloides, Ferocactus wislizeni, Trixis californica, Commicarpus scandens, Calliandra eriophylla, Ayenia filiformis, Tecoma stans var. angustata, Hibiscus biseptus, Dasylirion wheeleri, Heteropogon contortus, Melinis repens, Bothriochloa barbinodis, Digitaria insularis.
Description: Perennial vine; leaves and stems with appressed hairs; leaves 1.5–2.5 cm long, green tinged with brown, lanceolate to hastate; flowers 4–5 mm wide, brown with white hairs on inner surface of petals; fruits mottled brown and light green, with scattered warts. At least 12 plants present, all heavily browsed, perhaps by cattle.
Notes: Image voucher only; no specimen.
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Record Id: abeb1f19-f418-43a7-9d5c-652fc3de4a84
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