Mayaca aubleti

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Mayaca aubleti Michx. I'l. Bor. Am. 1: 26. 1803
Syena Nutlalliana Schultes, in R. & S. Svsi . Veg. Maul. 1: 343. 1822. Mayaca Michauxii Schotl & Endl. Melet. 24. 1832. Syena Aubleti Michx.; Schotl & Bndl. Melet. 24, as synonym. 1832. yiayaca longipes Gandoger, Hull. Soc. Rot. Fr. 66: 293. 1920.
Stems tufted or matted, 2-20 cm. long; leaves densely crowded, the blades narrowly lanceolate or linear-lanceolate, about 0.4 mm. broad at base; pedicels 4-15 mm long (rarely 2-35 mm.); flowers essentially as preceding; capsule subglobose or ovoid, 2.5-4.5 mm. long, 2.5-3.5 mm. broad; seeds 6-10.
Type locality: Carolina to Florida.
Distribution: Southern Virginia to Florida and Texas; Cuba; eastern Mexico to Panama.
bibliographic citation
Albert Charles Smith, Harold Norman Moldenke, Edward Johnston Alexander. 1937. XYRIDALES. North American flora. vol 19(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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