Mirabilis linearis var. subhispida
Novon 12: 270. 2002.
Stems usually erect or ascending, 2.5–12 dm, hirsute, at least basally. Leaf-blades 5–11.5 × 0.1–1 cm, surfaces glabrous or densely hispid. Inflorescences single involucres in axils, or terminal, well branched, with ± well-defined main axis; fruiting involucres 5–10 mm, crosswalls of peduncle hairs usually pale. Perianth pale to deep pink.
Phenology: Flowering late spring–summer.
Habitat: Dry open, sandy, rocky, or calcareous areas, prairies, roadsides, among juniper
Elevation: 1000-1500 m
N.Mex., Okla., Tex., Mexico
Mirabilis linearis var. subhispida intergrades with Mirabilis rotundifolia and with M. albida through its named phases M. hirsuta, widespread on the Great Plains, and M. eutricha, from the southern plains.
No values specified."dm" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.