Noteworthy plants of Texas—III. Stachydeoma as represented in Texas

@article{Tharp1945NoteworthyPO,
  title={Noteworthy plants of Texas—III. Stachydeoma as represented in Texas},
  author={B. C. Tharp},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={1945},
  volume={5},
  pages={304-307}
}
In the first (1903) edition of the Flora of the Southeastern United States (p. 1040), Small elected to set up the genus Stachydeoma to include Hedeoma ciliata Benth. and H. graveolens Chapman. The new genus was distinguished from Hedeoma by a non-gibbous calyx with the throat not closed by hairs, and by two folds in the corolla throat. S. graveole~ts (Chapm.) Small, a perennial, is found only in Florida. S. ciliata (Benth.) Small, an annual, is restricted, as far as known, to sandy soils in… 

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