Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness
Presented in Association with the
Western New Mexico University Department
of Natural Sciences
Euphorbia davidii Subils
Euphorbia dentata of numerous authors
Euphorbia davidii is a small to medium sized herb with lanceolate, shallowly dentate leaves. It
is found in middle elevation in riverside sand bars as well as in many other habitats. It is even found in town on the roadside. It is a pubescent annual with nearly sessile capsules. The capsule is glabrous.
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Euphorbia davidii, photo Russ Kleinman, Bill Norris, Kelly Kindscher, & Hillary Loring with the
Gila River Festival 2007 Field Trip to the Gila River at Box Cyn. Rd., Sept. 15, 2007
Euphorbia davidii, growth habit, photo Russ Kleinman, Silver City, Sept. 1, 2008
Euphorbia davidii, terminal cluster of flowers, photo Russ Kleinman, Silver City, Sept. 1, 2008
Euphorbia davidii, glabrous capsules wider than long and absence of gland appendages, photo Russ Kleinman, Silver City, Sept. 1, 2008
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