Scrophularia laevis

Wooton & Standley

Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. 16: 173. 1913.

EndemicConservation concern
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 17. Treatment on page 343. Mentioned on page 340.

Herbs, perennial, 4–10 dm; herbage light green, glabrate. Leaves: petiole length 1/3–1/2 blade; blade lanceolate to ovate, 5–7 cm, length 2–2.5 times width, base truncate, margins dentate. Pedicels slender, glabrate or stipitate-glandular. Flowers: corolla red to green, unicolored or ± bicolored, paler abaxially, 7–11 mm, throat open; staminode orbiculate, length equal to width.


Phenology: Flowering Jul–Sep.
Habitat: Moist canyons.
Elevation: 2100–2600 m.

Discussion

Scrophularia laevis is known from the Organ Mountains in Doña Ana County.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

"equal" is not a number.

... more about "Scrophularia laevis"
Kim R. Kersh +
Wooton & Standley +
lanceolate;ovate +
5 cm50 mm <br />0.05 m <br /> (7 cm70 mm <br />0.07 m <br />) +
not leathery +  and not fleshy +
campanulate +
woody +  and herbaceous +
decussate;opposite +
bilabiate +, regular +  and symmetric +
paler +, red +  and green unicolored or more or less bicolored +
constricted +
0.7 cm7 mm <br />0.007 m <br /> (1.1 cm11 mm <br />0.011 m <br />) +
2100–2600 m. +
curved +  and straight +
not +  and abundant +
glandular-puberulent +
Moist canyons. +
axillary +, subterminal +  and terminal +
alternate +  and opposite +
persistent +
cauline +  and basal +
triangular-ovate +  and lanceolate +
incised +  and dentate +
tenuinucellate +, unitegmic +  and hemitropous +
stipitate-glandular +  and glabrate +
1/3 +  and 1/2 +
Flowering Jul–Sep. +
Contr. U.S. Natl. Herb. +
Black (?) +  and Brown (?) +
oblong-ovoid +
connate +  and distinct +
Endemic +  and Conservation concern +
orbiculate +
2-lobed +  and capitate +
Scrophularia laevis +
Scrophularia +
species +