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Arizona/New Mexico Mountains

As its name suggests, this EPA Level III ecoregion lies mostly in Arizona and New Mexico, barely reaching into two Texas counties (Culberson and Hudspeth) in the Guadalupe Mountains. In Texas, this ecoregion lies within the area included in the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Trans-Pecos vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the Arizona/New Mexico Mountains ecoregion.

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Chamaesyce acutaPointed Sandmat
Chamaesyce albomarginataWhitemargin Sandmat
Rattlesnake-weed
Cheilanthes alabamensisAlabama Lipfern
Chrysothamnus baileyiBailey's Rabbitbrush
Chenopodium berlandieriPitseed Goosefoot
Lambs Quarters
Chamaesyce cinerascensAshy Sandmat
Chamaesaracha coniodesGray Five Eyes
False Nightshade
Ground Saracha
Prostrate Ground-cherry
Chamaesaracha coronopusGreen False Nightshade
Greenleaf Five Eyes
Chloris cucullataHooded Windmill Grass
Hooded Windmillgrass
Choisya dumosaMexican Orange
Starleaf Mexican Orange
Zorrillo
Fragrant Starleaf
Chaetopappa ericoidesRose Heath
Rose-heath
Cheilanthes feeiSlender Lipfern
Chamaesyce fendleriFendler's Sandmat
Fendler's Spurge
Fendler's Carpetweed
Fendler's Euphorb
Chamaesyce glyptospermaRibseed Sandmat
Rib-seeded Sand Mat
Chamaesyce golondrinaBoquillas Sandmat
Swallow Spurge
Chaetopappa hersheyiGuadalupe Leastdaisy
Cheilanthes horridulaRough Lipfern
Chamaesyce hyssopifoliaHyssopleaf Sandmat
Chenopodium incanumMealy Goosefoot
Chamaesyce lataHoary Sandmat
Hoary Euphorbia
Chenopodium leptophyllumNarrowleaf Goosefoot
Cheilanthes lindheimeriFairy-swords
Chilopsis linearisDesert Willow
Flowering Willow
Willow-leaved Catalpa
Willowleaf Catalpa
Bow Willow
Flor De Mimbre
Mimbre
Chrysactinia mexicanaDamianita
Chamaesyce missuricaPrairie Sandmat
Missouri Spurge
Chamaesaracha pallidaPale Five Eyes
False Nightshade
Averett Pale Five Eyes
Chamaesyce parryiParry's Sandmat
Chenopodium pratericolaDesert Goosefoot
Chamaesyce prostrataProstrate Spurge
Prostrate Sandmat
Ground Spurge
Chrysothamnus pulchellusSouthwestern Rabbitbrush
Rubber Rabbit Brush
Chamaesyce serpensMatted Sandmat
Prostrate Spurge
Creeping Spurge
Chamaesyce serrulaSawtooth Sandmat
Chenopodium simplexMapleleaf Goosefoot
Chamaesaracha sordidaHairy Five Eyes
False Nightshade
Chloracantha spinosaSpiny Chloracantha
Mexican Devil-weed
Chloris verticillataTumble Windmill Grass
Windmillgrass
Chloris virgataFeather Fingergrass
Showy Chloris
Chamaesaracha villosaTranspecos Five Eyes
Woolly False Nightshade
Cheilanthes wrightiiWright's Lip Fern
Cirsium ochrocentrumYellowspine Thistle
Cirsium undulatumWavyleaf Thistle
Plumed Thistle
Clematis drummondiiOld Man's Beard
Drummond's Clematis
Texas Virgin's Bower
Goat's Beard
Cleomella longipesChiricahua Mountain Stinkweed
Cladium mariscus ssp. jamaicenseJamaica Swamp Sawgrass
Jamaican Saw-grass
Saw-grass
Clematis pitcheriPurple Leatherflower
Purple Clematis
Leatherflower
Bluebill
Bellflower Clematis
Pitcher's Clematis
Conopholis alpina var. mexicanaMexican Cancer-root
Groundcone
Alpine Squawroot
Corispermum americanumAmerican Bugseed
Cologania angustifoliaLongleaf Cologania
Corydalis aureaScrambled Eggs
Golden Corydalis
Conyza canadensisHorseweed
Canadian Horseweed
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