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UT Austin Native Tree Species

The University of Texas at Austin is a major research university home to more than 48,000 students, 2,700 faculty, 19,000 staff members and 1,900 live oaks. Below is a list of native tree species that occur on campus.

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Acacia berlandieriGuajillo
Berlandier acacia
Berlandier's acacia
Round-flowered catclaw
Roundflower catclaw
Mimosa catclaw
Thornless catclaw
Huajilla
Acer grandidentatumBigtooth maple
Big-toothed maple
Uvalde bigtooth maple
Southwestern bigtooth maple
Canyon maple
Sabinal maple
Western sugar maple
Carya illinoinensisPecan
Catalpa speciosaNorthern catalpa
Catalpa tree
Cigar tree
Indian bean
Celtis laevigataSugar hackberry
Texas sugarberry
Sugarberry
Southern hackberry
Lowland hackberry
Hackberry
Palo blanco
Fraxinus albicansTexas Ash
Mountain ash
Fraxinus velutinaArizona ash
Velvet ash
Desert ash
Leatherleaf ash
Smooth ash
Modesto ash
Toumey ash
Standley ash
Juniperus asheiAshe juniper
Ashe's juniper
Mountain cedar
Rock cedar
Post cedar
Texas cedar
Brake cedar
Mexican juniper
Blueberry juniper
Ozark white cedar
Sabino
Enebro
Juglans nigraBlack walnut
Eastern black walnut
American black walnut
Liquidambar styracifluaSweetgum
American sweetgum
Red gum
White gum
Star-leaved gum
Starleaf gum
Alligator tree
Satin walnut
Bilsted
Liquidambar
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