Waltheria indica (Uhaloa) is a species of shrub in the family mallows. They have a self-supporting growth form. They are native to The Contiguous United States, The Hawaiian Islands, Pacific Basin excluding Hawaii, GoiáS, Ceará, Rio Grande Do Norte, Minas Gerais, Distrito Federal, Roraima, US Minor Outlying Islands, AmazôNia, Sergipe, Santa Catarina, Espirito Santo, RondôNia, Amapá, Tocantins, U.S. Virgin Islands, Caatinga, Rio Grande Do Sul, Rio De Janeiro, Piauí, Pantanal, Paraná, Maranhao, SãO Paulo, North America, ParaíBa, Mato Grosso Do Sul, Mato Grosso, Pernambuco, Puerto Rico, Mata Atlântica, Alagoas, Hawaii, Pará, Eastern North America, Cerrado, Bahia, and Acre (Brazil). They have simple, broad leaves and loculicidal capsule fruit. Flowers are visited by Southern Carpenter Bee, Gray Hairstreak, Polistes metricus, and Hieroglyphic Moth. Individuals can grow to 1.2 m.
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