CPC Plant Profile: Narrowleaf Morning-glory
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Narrowleaf Morning-glory (Ipomoea shumardiana)

Description
  • Global Rank: G2 - Imperiled
  • Legal Status: N/A
  • Family: Convolvulaceae
  • State: KS, OK, TX
  • Nature Serve ID: 155508
  • Date Inducted in National Collection:

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Updates
Nature Serve Biotics
  • 05/02/2017

Rare throughout range in southern Great Plains.

Kim Taylor
  • 01/01/2010

Estimated 21-80 populations. Nine county reports from Oklahoma and two from Kansas (Great Plains Flora Atlas 1977).

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Nomenclature
Taxon Ipomoea shumardiana
Authority (Torr.) Shinners
Family Convolvulaceae
CPC Number 5009
ITIS 30795
USDA IPSH
Common Names Shumard's morning glory | narrowleaf morningglory | narrowleaf morning-glory
Associated Scientific Names Ipomoea shumardiana | Convolvulus shumardianus
Distribution Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas (Kartesz unpublished data 1995). In Texas, found from Red River (Cooke County) south to Edwards Plateau (Correll and Johnston 1970). Endemic to southern Great Plains.
State Rank
State State Rank
Kansas S1
Oklahoma SNR
Texas S1
Habitat

Grassland; Plains and prairies. Sandy or dry clay prairies.

Ecological Relationships

Pollinators
Common Name Name in Text Association Type Source InteractionID
Reintroduction
Lead Institution State Reintroduction Type Year of First Outplanting

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