Crataegus reverchonii var. mohrii
J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 1006. 2007.
Shrubs, 10–30 dm. Short-shoot leaf-blades 2–3.5 cm, not usually drying dark. Inflorescences often pilose. Flowers 12 mm diam.; styles 3–5.
Phenology: Flowering Apr; fruiting Sep–Oct.
Habitat: Habitat not recorded, probably brush
Elevation: 10–200 m
Ala., Ga., Miss., Tenn.
Variety mohrii is recorded with certainty only east of the Mississippi River; it is perhaps very rare. In the co-type, Beadle 236A, the inflorescences may be glabrous or pilose The relatively small, short leaves, small flowers, 3–5 styles, and broadly elliptic to suborbiculate extension-shoot leaves clearly mark var. mohrii as a member of the reverchonii group. Variety mohrii is notable for its strongly and sharply serrate leaf margins.