Allowissadula holosericea

Common Name:  Chisos Mountain False Indian-mallow

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flower--can you recognize this as Malvaceae? flower in side view, showing calyx
flower buds--notice how the unopened corolla at right is twisted leaf--these leaves are covered by short hairs, giving them a velvety feel
leaf again--what venation is present here?  what kind of leaf base?  This kind of leaf is typical of many species in the Malvaceae. habit in early Fall
fruit--this fruit is derived from an ovary composed of 5 carpels, each with two rows of seeds