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Stengl Biological Research Station

A University of Texas field station located in the "Lost Pines" area of Central Texas

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Sideroxylon lanuginosumGum bumelia
Gum bully
Woollybucket bumelia
Chittamwood
Gum elastic
Coma
Sida lindheimeriShowy fanpetals
Lindheimer's Sida
Smilax bona-noxSaw greenbrier
Catbrier
Bullbrier
Spiranthes lacera var. gracilisNorthern slender lady's tresses
Steinchisma hiansGaping grass
Stenaria nigricans var. nigricansDiamondflowers
Narrowleaf bluets
Baby's breath
Bluets
Fine-leaf bluets
Stillingia sylvaticaQueen's-delight
Symphyotrichum subulatumBaby's breath aster
Annual Aster
Eastern annual saltmarsh aster
Blackland aster
Hierba del Marrano
Tephrosia lindheimeriLindheimer's hoarypea
Hoary Pea
Lindheimer tephrosia
Toxicodendron radicans ssp. radicansEastern poison ivy
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