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Pineywoods

The Pineywoods area lies entirely within the Gulf Coastal Plains, which extend into Texas for 75 to 125 miles west of the Louisiana border. The area is a nearly level to gently undulating, locally hilly, forested plain. Upland soils are generally acid, sandy loams and sands over gray, yellow, red, or mottled sandy loam to clay subsoils. Bottomland soils are generally light brown to dark gray, acid to calcareous, loamy to clayey alluvial. Acid loamy soils are extensive in the flood plains of minor streams. The dominant vegetation type is a mixed pine-hardwood forest on the uplands and a mixed hardwood forest on the lowlands.

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Symphyotrichum subulatumBaby's breath aster
Annual Aster
Eastern annual saltmarsh aster
Blackland aster
Hierba del Marrano
Taxodium distichumBald cypress
Baldcypress
Common bald cypress
Southern bald cypress
Deciduous cypress
Thalictrum dasycarpumPurple meadow-rue
Meadow rue
Tall meadow-rue
Thalia dealbataPowdery alligator-flag
Powdery thalia
Water canna
Thelypteris kunthiiWood fern
River fern
Southern shield fern
Kunth's maiden fern
Normal shield fern
Tripsacum dactyloidesEastern gamagrass
Fakahatchee grass
Tridens flavusPurpletop tridens
Redtop tridens
Tall redtop tridens
Purpletop
Redtop
Tall redtop
Tradescantia giganteaGiant spiderwort
Trillium gracileSlender trillium
Graceful trillium
Sabine River trillium
Sabine River wake-robin
Tradescantia ohiensisBluejacket
Ohio spiderwort
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