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Small Leaf Pygmyweed

Crassula drummondii (Torrey & Gray) Fedde

Comprehensive Description

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Tillaeastrum drummondii (T. & G.) Britton, Bull. N. Y
Bot. Gard. 3: 1. 1903.
Tillaea Drummondii T. & G. Fl. N. Am. 1 : 558. 1840.
Stems diffusely branched, decumbent, 2-10 cm. long. Leaves linear to linear-lanceolate, Z-A mm. long, about 1 mm. wide, acute, subconnate ; flowers peduncled, the peduncles at first not longer than the calyx, at length several times longer and filiform ; calyxsegments ovate, obtuse, shorter than the oblong petals and the obtuse 8-12-seeded carpels.
Type locality : Texas.
Distribution : Muddy places, Louisiana to San Luis Potosi, California and Washington.
bibliographic citation
John Kunkel SmaII, George Valentine Nash, Nathaniel Lord Britton, Joseph Nelson Rose, Per Axel Rydber. 1905. ROSALES, PODOSTEMONACEAE, CRASSULACEAE, PENTHORACEAE and PARNASSIACEAE. North American flora. vol 22(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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