SpeciesCuscuta indecora Choisy var. warneri (Yuncker) T. Beliz.
US, Arizona and Utah (Millard County)
On herbs, often in moist fields, roadsides, Elevation probably < 1500 m.
IUCN = N/a
Inflorescence spike- or panicle-like; pedicels 0–4.4 mm Flower 3–5 mm; calyx 1–2 mm, lobes 5, not overlapped, ± 1/2 corolla tube, acute; corolla generally persistent, 3–4.5 mm, shallowly bell-shaped, tube generally shorter than wide, lobes 5, < tube, triangular, erect, tips incurved, appendages 1.5–2.5 mm, divisions many, finger-like; ovary 2–3 mm, ovoid-spheric, top with thickening, styles 3–4 mm. Fruit sometimes gland-dot-lined; top as ovary
Number of Specimens at Kew
Seeds come in form of capsule (circumscissile or irregularly dehiscent) or berry-like
Specimen Type (Y/N)
Kew Herbcat Barcode Number
B.C. Tharp & Fred A. Barkley
26th November 1943
Information SourcesAyensu, E.S. and DeFilipps, R. A. (1978). Endangered and threatened plants of the united states. Smithsonian institution and World Wildlife fund. pp 66Walter, K.S. and Gillett, H.J. (eds) (1998). 1997 IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants. Compiled by the World Conservation Monitoring Centre IUCN – The World Conservation Union, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK