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Cross Timbers

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 35 Texas counties. With most of this ecoregion occurring in a swath from central Texas north, its northern reaches extend into southeastern Oklahoma. In Texas, this ecoregion covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Cross Timbers and Prairies vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the Cross Timbers ecoregion.

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Abutilon fruticosumIndian mallow
Texas Indian mallow
Acaciella angustissimaPrairie Acacia
Fern Acacia
Whiteball Acacia
Prairie Wattle
Acaciella angustissima var. hirtaPrairie Acacia
Texas Prairie Acacia
Texas Fern Acacia
Prairie Wattle
Acalypha gracilensSlender threeseed mercury
Acer grandidentatumBigtooth maple
Big-toothed maple
Uvalde bigtooth maple
Southwestern bigtooth maple
Canyon maple
Sabinal maple
Western sugar maple
Acleisanthes longifloraAngel trumpets
Angel's trumpets
Achillea millefoliumCommon yarrow
Western yarrow
Yarrow
Milfoil
Acalypha monococcaSlender threeseed mercury
Acer negundoBox elder
Box elder maple
Ash-leaved maple
Ashleaf maple
Red River maple
Fresno de guajuco
Acleisanthes obtusaBerlandier's trumpets
Vine four o'clock
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Lifespan

Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

Soil moisture
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 Moist - looks & feels damp
 Wet - saturated

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Height (in feet)
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 12-36  36-72  72-100
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Leaf Arrangement
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Leaf Retention
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