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Achnatherum coronatumGiant rice grass
Giant ricegrass
Needle-and-thread grass
Acer glabrumRocky Mountain maple
Acacia greggiiGregg acacia
Gregg's acacia
Gregg catclaw acacia
Gregg's catclaw acacia
Gregg catclaw
Gregg's catclaw
Texas catclaw acacia
Texas catclaw
Long-flowered catclaw acacia
Longflower catclaw acacia
Long-flowered catclaw
Longflower catclaw
Catclaw acacia
Catclaw
Devil's claw
Uņa de gato
Achnatherum hymenoidesIndian ricegrass
Indian Millet
Sandgrass
Acer macrophyllumBigleaf maple
Big-leaf maple
Achillea millefoliumCommon yarrow
Western yarrow
Yarrow
Milfoil
Acer negundoBox elder
Box elder maple
Ash-leaved maple
Ashleaf maple
Red River maple
Fresno de guajuco
Actaea pachypodaWhite baneberry
Dolls eyes
Acer pensylvanicumStriped maple
Moosewood
Acer rubrumRed maple
Scarlet maple
Soft maple
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