Crataegus texana var. dasyphylla
Phytoneuron 2012–78: 5. 2012.
Leaf-blades: lobes 1 or 2 (or 3) per side, sinuses shallow, lobe apex ± obtuse to subacute.
Phenology: Flowering Mar–Apr; fruiting Sep–Nov.
Elevation: 100–200 m
Ark., Mo., Okla.
Crataegus induta is a small-anthered and particularly large-fruited variant, locally known as turkey haw. Crataegus brachyphylla Sargent is very similar to var. dasyphylla, but with only three styles and pyrenes; it is from dry hills in southwestern Arkansas.
"pubescent" is not a number.