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Central Great Plains

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 35 Texas counties. The Central Great Plains extends in a great swath from west-central Texas north through central Oklahoma, Kansas and south-central Nebraska. In Texas, along with the Southwestern Tablelands, this ecoregion covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Rolling Plains vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the Central Great Plains ecoregion.

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Abronia fragransFragrant Sand-verbena
Snowball Sand Verbena
Sweet Sand-verbena
Prairie Snowball
Sand Verbena
Heart's Delight
Abutilon fruticosumIndian Mallow
Texas Indian Mallow
Acaciella angustissimaPrairie Acacia
Fern Acacia
Whiteball Acacia
Prairie Wattle
White-ball Acacia
Acaciella angustissima var. hirtaPrairie Acacia
Texas Prairie Acacia
Texas Fern Acacia
Prairie Wattle
Acalypha gracilensSlender Threeseed Mercury
Acleisanthes longifloraAngel Trumpets
Angel's Trumpets
Achillea millefoliumCommon Yarrow
Western Yarrow
Yarrow
Milfoil
Acalypha monococcaSlender Threeseed Mercury
Acourtia nanaDwarf Desertpeony
Acalypha ostryifoliaPineland Threeseed Mercury
Hop-hornbeam Copperleaf
Acalypha phleoidesShrubby Copperleaf
Three-seeded Mercury
Acalypha virginicaVirginia Threeseed Mercury
Adiantum capillus-venerisSouthern Maidenhair Fern
Common Maidenhair Fern
Maidenhair Fern
Venus Hair Fern
Aesculus paviaRed Buckeye
Scarlet Buckeye
Firecracker Plant
Aesculus pavia var. paviaScarlet Buckeye
Red Buckeye
Southern Buckeye
Firecracker Plant
Agave americanaAmerican Century Plant
Century Plant
Agrostis hyemalisWinter Bentgrass
Agrimonia parvifloraHarvest Lice
Small-flowered Agrimony
Southern Agrimony
Swamp Agrimony
Agalinis tenuifoliaSlenderleaf False Foxglove
Allium canadenseMeadow Garlic
Wild Garlic
Wild Onion
Alopecurus carolinianusCarolina Foxtail
Allium canadense var. fraseriFraser Meadow Garlic
Fraser Meadow Garlic
Allium canadense var. hyacinthoidesHyacinth Meadow Garlic
Allium drummondiiDrummond's Onion
Wild Garlic
Drummond Wild Onion
Aloysia gratissimaWhitebrush
Bee-brush
White-brush
Common Bee-brush
Beebrush
Privet Lippia
Allionia incarnataTrailing Windmills
Trailing Four O'Clock
Pink Windmills
Trailing Allionia
Alisma subcordatumAmerican Water Plantain
Amphiachyris amoenaTexas Broomweed
Ambrosia artemisiifoliaAnnual Ragweed
Short Ragweed
Ammannia auriculataEared Redstem
Amorpha canescensLeadplant
Leadplant Amorpha
Prairie Shoestring
Amsonia ciliataFringed Bluestar
Bluestar
Texas Bluestar
Ammannia coccineaValley Redstem
Scarlet Tooth-cup
Ampelopsis cordataHeartleaf Peppervine
Heart-leaf Ampelopsis
Ambrosia confertifloraWeakleaf Bur Ragweed
Weak Leaved Burweed
Slimleaf Bursage
Amphiachyris dracunculoidesPrairie Broomweed
Broomweed
Amorpha fruticosaIndigo Bush
False Indigo Bush
False Indigo
Desert False Indigo
Amaranthus palmeriCarelessweed
Amaranthus polygonoidesTropical Amaranth
Ammoselinum popeiPlains Sandparsley
Ambrosia psilostachyaCuman Ragweed
Western Ragweed
Perennial Ragweed
Common Ragweed
Amaranthus retroflexusRedroot Amaranth
Ammannia robustaGrand Redstem
Amaranthus scleropoidesBonebract Amaranth
Amblyolepis setigeraHuisache Daisy
Butterfly Daisy
Honey Daisy
Amaranthus spinosusSpiny Amaranth
Thorny Pigweed
Ambrosia trifidaGreat Ragweed
Giant Ragweed
Amaranthus tuberculatusRoughfruit Amaranth
Water Hemp
Anemone berlandieriTenpetal Anemone
Tenpetal Thimbleweed
Windflower
Southern Anemone
Granny's Nightcap
Anemopsis californicaYerba Mansa
Yerba-mansa
Lizard Tail
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