Nama species

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Scientific Name Nama havardii USDA PLANTS Symbol
NAHA
Common Name Havard Nama, Havard Fiddleleaf ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.
503920
Family Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not) SEINet Reference
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Description Sandy areas; erect plant up to 1 foot tall, but usually less; sturdy, hairy branches with highly variable leaves with soft hairs; pink bell-shaped flowers 1/2 inch long and have 5 rounded lobes and a white-ringed, yellow center. Descr. excerpt from “Little Big Bend” by Roy Morey. Texas Status
Native
Scientific Name Nama hispida (Nama hispidum) USDA PLANTS Symbol
NAHI
Common Name Sand Bells, Bristly Nama ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.
835388
Family Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not) Wildflower Center Ref:
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Description Erect broadly branching annual 3 to 12 inches tall; hairy stems and leaves; variable leaves, alternate, narrowly spatulate, 1/2 to 1-1/4 inches long, curled edges, bristly hairs, moreso than N. havardii; pink to lavender bell-shaped flowers with yellow throats, 1/2 inch across. Descr. excerpt from “Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country” by Marshall Enquist and SEINet. Texas Status
Native
Scientific Name Nama torynophyllum (Nama torynophylla) USDA PLANTS Symbol
NATO
Common Name Mat Nama ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.
835405
Family Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not) Wildflower Center Ref.
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Description Sandy areas; mat-growing plant with stems radiating from a central point; small, fleshy, green leaves; very small pink flowers, 1/6 inch across, with 5 pleated lobes. Descr. excerpt from “Little Big Bend” by Roy Morey. Texas Status
Native

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