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Baylor University

One Bear Place #97236

Waco, Texas,76798

United States

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Baylor University is a private Christian University and a nationally ranked research institution. The University provides a vibrant campus community for more than 16,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educa...more

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kdhnews.com

Walter Holmes, a botanist and professor of biology at Baylor University, takes a leaf from a prickly ash tree to show to a group of nature enthusiasts touring the prairie at Mother Neff State Park on Saturday, April 20, 2013, in an early observance of Earth Day.
Botanist Walter Holmes, right, shares his knowledge of Texas wildflowers Saturday with a group of nature enthusiasts touring the prairie at Mother Neff State Park as a head start to Earth Day. Holmes is a professor of biology at Baylor University.


www.hmrtexas.org

Walter Holmes
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www.wacotrib.com

Walter Holmes, a Baylor botanist, calls Gehlbach a "storehouse of knowledge" who is driven by a love of nature.


www.wacotrib.com

Walter Holmes, a Baylor botanist, calls Gehlbach a "storehouse of knowledge" who is driven by a love of nature.


www.baylormag.com

Dr. Walter Holmes, professor of biology at Baylor, discovered the new pea while searching and inventorying different plants in the Love Creek Nature Preserve in Bandera County.
The researchers found the small sprawling vine with large deep-purple and yellow-green flowers in the headwater areas of the upper Medina River and Sabinal River, which are both tributaries of the Nueces River. Holmes said they found fewer than 100 of the new species existing in the area, with most found along shaded, gently sloping terraces above the rivers. Because so few exist, the species has been listed as endangered. The new legume flowers between late April and August. "We found it along a riverbed in one of the most beautiful places in the preserve," said Holmes, who found the new species with his colleague Jason Singhurst, a Texas Parks and Wildlife botanist.


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