Crataegus texana var. texana
Leaf-blades: lobes 2–4 per side, sinuses deep, lobe apex ± angled.
Phenology: Flowering Mar–Apr; fruiting Sep–Nov.
Elevation: 10–100 m
Variety texana is apparently restricted to south-central Texas, where it is locally common. Sporadic forms from southeastern Texas with rhombic-ovate, deeply incised leaves and yellowish fruit likely represent introgression with Crataegus mollis var. viburnifolia.
"pubescent" is not a number.