oblong, oblanceolate, obovate, spatulate
March - June
0.0 - 0.6
The following information is for the genus Euphorbia including ground-spurges (Chamaesyce) and several other groups that some botanists recognize as distinct genera: Animals that eat its seeds: Ground dove, Mourning dove, Bobwhite quail, Gambel quail, Chestnut-bellied scaled quail, Painted bunting, Horned lark, American pipit, Chipping sparrow. Animals that eat the plant: Antelope (Martin et al. 1951).
Abundant nearly throughout Texas and Louisiana.
Rocky open woods, prairies, roadsides, barrens, waste places.