Crataegus mollis var. viburnifolia
Phytoneuron 2011–3: 6. 2011.
Stems: twigs ± straight; thorns on twigs absent or few. Leaf-blades usually ± broadly ovate, lobes 2–4 per side, sinuses shallow (LII 8–15%), lobe apex subacute to obtuse. Stamens 20. Pomes yellow, to 25 mm diam.. 2n = 51.
Phenology: Flowering Mar; fruiting Sep–Oct.
Habitat: Rich alluvial soil, brushy habitats
Elevation: 10–50 m
Variety viburnifolia occurs in southeastern Texas. The pure form of the variety is occasionally encountered. Yellow-fruited plants similar to var. viburnifolia with deeply incised leaves and salmon anthers are perhaps hybrids with Crataegus texana.
"pubescent" is not a number.