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127a. Euphorbia inundata Torrey ex Chapman var. inundata
[E F]

Leaf blades usually linear to narrowly elliptic or narrowly lanceolate, rarely oblanceolate, (30–)40–60(–115) × (3–)4–14(–15) mm, length usually 5–10(–25) times width, apex obtuse to short-acute.

Flowering and fruiting spring–fall. Grassy meadows, prairies, seepage-bogs, pine savannas, xeric oak woods, pine-oak scrub, often in seasonally inundated soils; 0–30 m; Ala., Fla., Ga., Miss.

Variety inundata is found in a variety of habitats from northeastern Florida and southern Georgia west to southeastern Mississippi (Jackson County).


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