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Remarkable Riparian

A field guide to riparian plants within the Nueces River Basin of Texas. A publication of the Nueces River Authority. This user-friendly guide introduces the most commonly observed riparian vegetation in the Edward's Plateau and Rio Grande Plains. However, most of the plants presented herein occur in riparian areas all across Texas, including the Cross Timbers, Trans-Pecos and Rolling Plains.

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Anemia mexicanaMexican fern
Mexican Flowering Fern
Aristida purpureaPurple threeawn
Purple 3-awn
Purple three-awn
Red threeawn
Bacopa monnieriHerb-of-grace
Water hyssop
Coastal Water-hyssop
Baccharis neglectaFalse Willow
Jara dulce
Poverty Weed
Roosevelt Weed
Boehmeria cylindricaSmallspike false nettle
Bog Hemp
Bothriochloa laguroides ssp. torreyanaSilver Beard Grass
Silver beardgrass
Silver Bluestem
Brickellia cylindraceaBrickell-Bush
Brickellbush
Gravelbar brickellbush
Brickellia dentataLeafy brickellbush
Catalpa bignonioidesSouthern catalpa
Cigar tree
Indian bean
Carya illinoinensisPecan
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