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East Central Texas Plains

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 56 Texas counties. This ecoregion separates the two bands of the Texas Blackland Prairies ecoregion and extends just across the Oklahoma border. In Texas, it covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Post Oak Savannah vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the East Central Texas Plains ecoregion.

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Anemone berlandieriTenpetal Anemone
Tenpetal Thimbleweed
Windflower
Southern Anemone
Granny's Nightcap
Anemopsis californicaYerba Mansa
Yerba-mansa
Lizard Tail
Anemone carolinianaCarolina Anemone
Carolina Thimbleweed
Southern Thimbleweed
Androstephium coeruleumBlue Funnel-lily
Prairie Lily
Funnel-flower
Fragrant Lily
Anoda cristataCrested Anoda
Anemone edwardsianaEdwards Plateau Thimbleweed
Two-flowered Anemone
Anemone edwardsiana var. edwardsianaEdwards Plateau Thimbleweed
Edwards Thimbleweed
Two-flower Anemone
Andropogon gerardiiBig Bluestem
Tall Bluestem
Turkeyfoot
Andropogon glomeratusBushy Bluestem
Brushy Bluestem
Andropogon gyransElliott's Bluestem
Anemia mexicanaMexican Fern
Mexican Flowering Fern
Anagallis minimaChaffweed
Antennaria parliniiParlin's Pussytoes
Ladies' Tobacco
Antennaria parlinii ssp. fallaxParlin's Pussytoes
Antennaria plantaginifoliaWoman's Tobacco
Ladies' Tobacco
Everlasting
Mouse Ear
Plantain-leaf Pussytoes
Anthaenantia rufaPurple Silkyscale
Ancistrocactus scheeriScheer's Fishhook Cactus
Andropogon ternariusSplitbeard Bluestem
Split Bluestem
Anemone tuberosaTuber Anemone
Desert Anemone
Andropogon virginicusBroomsedge
Broomsedge Bluestem
Yellowsedge Bluestem
Whiskey Grass
Popotillo Pajon
Apios americanaGroundnut
Wild Potato
Indian Potato
Apocynum cannabinumIndian Hemp
Prairie Dogbane
Hemp Dogbane
Dogbane
Aphanostephus ramosissimusPlains Dozedaisy
Lazy Daisy
Aphanostephus ramosissimus var. ramosissimusPlains Dozedaisy
Aphanostephus riddelliiLazy Daisy
Riddell's Dozedaisy
Aphanostephus skirrhobasisLazy Daisy
Arkansas Lazy Daisy
Arkansas Doze-daisy
Aquilegia canadensisEastern Red Columbine
Wild Red Columbine
Argemone albifloraBluestem Pricklypoppy
White Pricklypoppy
White Prickly Poppy
Argemone albiflora ssp. texanaTexas Bluestem Pricklypoppy
Bluestem Pricklypoppy
White Pricklypoppy
White Prickly Poppy
Aronia arbutifoliaRed Chokeberry
Red Chokecherry
Argemone aurantiacaTexas Pricklypoppy
Texas Prickly Poppy
Aristida basirameaForked Threeawn
Wiregrass
Needlegrass
Three-awned Grass
Fork-tip Threeawn
Arenaria benthamiiHilly Sandwort
Arabis canadensisSicklepod
Aristida desmanthaCurly Threeawn
Argyrochosma dealbataPowdery False Cloak Fern
Powdery Cloak Fern
False Cloak Fern
Aristida dichotomaChurchmouse Threeawn
Arisaema dracontiumGreen Dragon
Dragonroot
Greendragon
Aristolochia erectaSwanflower
Arundinaria giganteaGiant Cane
River Cane
Switch Cane
American Bamboo
Argythamnia humilisLow Silverbush
Aristida lanosaWoollysheath Threeawn
Woolly Three-awn
Aristida longespicaSlimspike Threeawn
Kearney's Three-awn
Red Three-awn
Slender Three-awn
Argemone mexicanaMexican Prickly Poppy
Mexican Prickly Poppy
Yellow Prickly Poppy
Argythamnia mercurialinaTall Silverbush
Tall Wildmercury
Argythamnia mercurialina var. mercurialinaTall Silverbush
Tall Wild Mercury
Tall Ditaxis
Argythamnia mercurialina var. pilosissimaTall Silverbush
Argythamnia neomexicanaNew Mexico Silverbush
Aristida oliganthaPrairie Threeawn
Oldfield (Prairie) 3-awn
Oldfield Threeawn
Arnoglossum ovatumOvateleaf Cacalia
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