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Harry T. Cliffe Bexar Regional Herbarium

The Bexar Regional Herbarium was created by the San Antonio Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas in the 1990s. In support of the 1986 Texas Sesquicentennial Celebration, the chapter compiled “A Plant List for Bexar County, Texas,” from existing literature, combining lists and updating botanical names, which garnered a certificate of recognition from the governor of Texas. In the process, participants discussed verifying the presence of the listed plants by finding and identifying what actually existed in the Bexar and contiguous counties.

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Warnockia scutellarioidesPrairie brazoria
Prairie brazosmint
Wedelia texanaZexmenia
Orange zexmenia
Wedelia
Hairy wedelia
Texas creeping-oxeye
Xanthium strumariumRough cockleburr
Zanthoxylum hirsutumTexas Hercules' club
Texas prickly ash
Prickly ash
Toothache tree
Tickle-tongue
Tingle-tongue
Ziziphus obtusifoliaLotebush
Lote-bush condalia
Zornia bracteataViperina
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