In the spring of 1900 I discovered near Independence, southeastern Kansas, a plant which had hitherto been unreported in the state. On submitting specimens to the National Herbarium, I determined it to be Buckley's Saxifraga texana, which was discovered in Texas about 1861. The plant has since been placed in Small's segregated genus, Micranthes, and has been reported from a few widely scattered localities in north Texas, Arkansas, and southeast Missouri.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Kenoyer, L. A.
"Notes on Variation in Micranthes texana,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 21(1), 123-124.
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