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Aconitum noveboracenseNorthern blue monkshood
New York monkshood
Amaranthus pumilusSeaside amaranth
Apios priceanaPrice's groundnut
Traveler's delight
Arctomecon humilisCommon bear-poppy
Little desert-poppy
Asplenium scolopendrium var. americanumAmerican hart's-tongue fern
Baptisia arachniferaCobwebby wild indigo
Blennosperma bakeriBaker's stickyseed
Castilleja levisectaGolden Indian paintbrush
Callirhoe scabriusculaTexas poppymallow
Chionanthus pygmaeusPygmy fringetree
Chamaesyce rockiiKoolau Range sandmat
Cirsium pitcheriSand dune thistle
Clarkia imbricataVine Hill clarkia
Clematis morefieldiiHuntsville vasevine
Clematis socialisAlabama leather flower
Conradina glabraApalachicola false rosemary
Coryphantha ramillosaWhiskerbrush
Conradina verticillataCumberland false rosemary
Cryptantha crassipesTerlingua Creek Cat's-eye
Terlingua Creek Cryptantha
Echinocereus chisoensisChisos hedgehog
Chisos Mountain hedgehog cactus
Echinacea laevigataSmooth purple coneflower
Echinomastus mariposensisLloyd's Fishhook Cactus
Mariposa Cactus
Echinocereus viridiflorus var. davisiiDavis' hedgehog cactus
Eriogonum ovalifolium var. vineumCushenbury Buckwheat
Fremontodendron mexicanumMexican flannelbush
Southern flannelbush
Southern fremontia
Mexican fremontia
Helonias bullataSwamppink
Helianthus paradoxusParadox sunflower
Puzzle sunflower
Pecos sunflower
Ipomopsis polyanthaPagosa ipomopsis
Iris lacustrisDwarf lake iris
Isotria medeoloidesSmall whorled pogonia
Green fiveleaf orchid
Kokia drynarioidesHawai'i treecotton
Lesquerella pallidaWhite bladderpod
Liatris helleriHeller's blazing star
Lilium occidentaleWestern lily
Limnanthes vinculansSebastopol meadowfoam
Malacothamnus clementinusSan Clemente Island bushmallow
Marshallia mohriiMohr's Barbara's buttons
Manihot walkeraeWalker's manioc
Walker's manihot
Texas tapioca
Pediocactus bradyiBrady's hedgehog cactus
Brady's pincushion cactus
Pedicularis furbishiaeFurbish's lousewort
St. Johns River lousewort
Platanthera leucophaeaPrairie white fringed orchid
Eastern prairie fringed orchid
White prairie fringed orchid
Platanthera praeclaraGreat Plains white fringed orchid
Quercus hinckleyiHinckley oak
Rhododendron chapmaniiChapman's rhododendron
Sarracenia oreophilaGreen Pitcherplant
Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensisAlabama pitcherplant
Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesiiJones' pitcherplant
Schwalbea americanaChaffseed
Sclerocactus brevihamatus ssp. tobuschiiShorthook fishhook cactus
Scutellaria floridanaFlorida skullcap
Silene polypetalaEastern fringed catchfly
Fringed pink
Spiraea virginianaVirginia meadowsweet
Thymophylla tephroleucaAshy pricklyleaf
Torreya taxifoliaFlorida nutmeg
Florida torreya
Trillium persistensPersistent wakerobin
Trillium reliquumConfederate wakerobin
Zizania texanaTexas wildrice
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