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4 results for croton glandulosus. More search options
FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
EuphorbiaceaeCroton glandulosus var. arenicolaBeaches, dunes, sandy disturbed areas.Endemic to s. FL (Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach counties).image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeCroton glandulosus var. lindheimeriDry, sandy areas.KS south to TX, NM, and TAM.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeCroton glandulosus var. pubentissimusSouth Texas CrotonCoastal and near-coastal sand dunes.Endemic of coastal TX, from se. TX (Brazoria County) to s. TX (Cameron and Hidalgo counties).image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeCroton glandulosus var. septentrionalisDoveweed, Tooth-leaved Croton, Sand Croton, Northern CrotonFields, roadsides, disturbed areas.C. glandulosus is widespread in tropical and subtropical America; var. septentrionalis is the northernmost variety, distributed from PA west to MN, south to FL, TX, and ne. Mexico (its exact pre-Columbian range is speculative because of its weedy nature). See discussion by Atha, Hewitt, & Wang (2020) for discussion of northern records.image of plant

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