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Sida abutilifolia P. Miller. Creeping Sida, Spreading Fanpetals. Phen: (Jan-) Apr-Oct (-Dec). Hab: Rockland hammocks (FL), coastal rock barrens (FL), rocky or sandy grasslands or woodlands, dry disturbed areas. Dist: S. FL; West Indies; sw. United States (OK, TX, NM, AZ) south through Mexico and Central America to South America. Sometimes (unwarrantedly) considered all or partly introduced in the United States.

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Synonymy: = FNA6, WI; = Sida abutifolia – Fl4, K3, Mex, NcTx, WH3, Fryxell (1985), orthographic variant; = Sida procumbens Sw. – S; > Sida diffusa Kunth – S13; > Sida filicaulis Torr. & A.Gray – Tx; > Sida filiformis Moric. – S13, nom. illeg.; > Sida supina L'Hér. – S13

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