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Texas Blackland Prairies

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 42 Texas counties. Lying entirely within the state of Texas, this ecoregion covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Blackland Prairie vegetative region. It is comprised of two parallel bands separated by the East Central Texas Plains ecoregion and extending from southern Texas north to very near the Oklahoma border.

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Aristida purpurascensArrowfeather Threeawn
Aristida purpureaPurple Threeawn
Purple 3-awn
Purple Three-awn
Red Threeawn
Aristida purpurea var. longisetaRed Three-awn
Fendler Three-awn
Aristida purpurea var. nealleyiBlue Threeawn
Aristolochia reticulataTexas Dutchman's Pipe
Argemone sanguineaRed Pricklypoppy
Rose Prickly Poppy
Red Prickly Poppy
Aristolochia serpentariaVirginia Snakeroot
Virginia Dutchmanspipe
Argythamnia simulansPlateau Silverbush
Tall Wild-mercury
Aralia spinosaDevil's Walking Stick
Hercules Club
Angelica Tree
Pigeon Tree
Shotbush
Prickly Elder
Prickly Ash
Argemone squarrosaHedgehog Pricklypoppy
Hedgehog Prickly Poppy
Aristolochia tomentosaWoolly Dutchman's Pipe
Common Dutchman's Pipe
Arisaema triphyllumJack In The Pulpit
Indian Jack In The Pulpit
Jack-in-the-pulpit
Arbutus xalapensisTexas Madrone
Madrone
Texas Arbutus
Manzanita
Xoxocote
Amazaquitl
Asclepias amplexicaulisClasping Milkweed
Bluntleaf Milkweed
Astragalus amphioxysCrescent Milkvetch
Crescent Milk-vetch
Asclepias arenariaSand Milkweed
Western Sand Milkweed
Asclepias asperulaAntelope-horns
Spider Milkweed
Green-flowered Milkweed
Spider Antelope-horns
Antelope Horns
Astragalus canadensisCanadian Milkvetch
Canada Milkvetch
Milk Vetch
Astragalus crassicarpusGroundplum Milkvetch
Ground Plum
Astragalus crassicarpus var. berlandieriBerlandier's Groundplum
Groundplum Milkvetch
Groundplum
Astragalus crassicarpus var. crassicarpusGroundplum Milkvetch
Astragalus distortusOzark Milkvetch
Bent Milk Vetch
Bentpod Milkvetch
Asclepias emoryiEmory's Milkweed
Asclepias engelmannianaEngelmann's Milkweed
Asclepias incarnataSwamp Milkweed
Pink Milkweed
Astrolepis integerrimaHybrid Cloakfern
Astranthium integrifoliumEntireleaf Western Daisy
Astranthium integrifolium ssp. ciliatumEntireleaf Western Daisy
Asclepias incarnata ssp. incarnataSwamp Milkweed
Asclepias latifoliaBroadleaf Milkweed
Astragalus leptocarpusRare Loco Milkvetch
Slimpod Milkvetch
Astragalus lindheimeriLindheimer's Milkvetch
Lindheimer's Astragulus
Asclepias longifoliaLongleaf Milkweed
Astragalus lotiflorusLotus Milkvetch
Lotus Milk-vetch
Low Milkvetch
Milkvetch
Astragalus missouriensisMissouri Milkvetch
Astragalus nuttallianusNuttall's Milkvetch
Small-flowered Milkvetch
Asclepias obovataPineland Milkweed
Asclepias oenotheroidesZizotes Milkweed
Hierba De Zizotes
Side-cluster Milkweed
Longhorn Milkweed
Primrose Milkweed
Lindheimer's Milkweed
Asimina parvifloraSmallflower Pawpaw
Small-flower Pawpaw
Dwarf Pawpaw
Asplenium platyneuronEbony Spleenwort
Astragalus plattensisPlatte River Milkvetch
Astragalus pleianthusEdwards Plateau Milkvetch
Asplenium resiliensBlackstem Spleenwort
Asclepias rubraRed Milkweed
Tall Pink Bog Milkweed
Astrolepis sinuataWavy Scaly Cloakfern
Asclepias stenophyllaSlimleaf Milkweed
Narrowleaf Milkweed
Narrowleaf Green Milkweed
Asclepias subverticillataHorsetail Milkweed
Poison Milkweed
Asclepias texanaTexas Milkweed
White Milkweed
Asimina trilobaPawpaw
Common Pawpaw
Custard Apple
Indian Banana
Wild Banana
Asclepias tuberosaButterflyweed
Butterfly Weed
Butterfly Milkweed
Orange Milkweed
Pleurisy Root
Chigger Flower
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