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Southwestern Tablelands

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 49 Texas counties. Situated adjacent to the Central Great Plains ecoregion to the east and the High Plains to the west (which it bisects along the Canadian River in the Texas Panhandle), the Southwestern Tablelands ecoregion encompasses much of east-central New Mexico and southeastern Colorado. It also reaches into south-central Oklahoma. In Texas, along with the Central Great Plains, 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 the Texas portion of the Southwestern Tablelands ecoregion.

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Viola lanceolataLance-leaf Violet
Bog White Violet
Viola lanceolata ssp. lanceolataBog White Violet
Vicia ludovicianaDeer Pea Vetch
Louisiana Vetch
Vigna luteolaHairypod Cowpea
Yellow Vigna
Vicia ludoviciana ssp. ludovicianaDeer Pea Vetch
Louisiana Vetch
Vicia ludoviciana ssp. leavenworthiiLeavenworth's Vetch
Vicia minutifloraPygmyflower Vetch
Viola missouriensisMissouri Violet
Vitis monticolaSweet Mountain Grape
Champin Grape
Vitis mustangensisMustang Grape
Viola nephrophyllaNorthern Bog Violet
Wanderer Violet
Entire-leaved Prairie Violet
Small Mottled Blue Violet
Viburnum nudumPossumhaw Viburnum
Possumhaw
Viburnum nudum var. nudumPossumhaw
Viola pedataBirdfoot Violet
Bird's-foot Violet
Bird-foot Violet
Viburnum prunifoliumBlackhaw
Smooth Blackhaw
Blackhaw Viburnum
Smooth Blackhaw Viburnum
Stagbush
Viola pubescensDowny Yellow Violet
Downy Violet
Hairy Yellow Violet
Yellow Violet
Common Yellow Violet
Viola pubescens var. pubescensDowny Yellow Violet
Downy Violet
Hairy Violet
Yellow Violet
Common Yellow Violet
Viburnum recognitumSouthern Arrowwood
Northern Arrowwood
Vitis rotundifoliaMuscadine
Scuppernong Grape
Viburnum rufidulumRusty Blackhaw Viburnum
Rusty Blackhaw
Southern Blackhaw
Blackhaw
Bluehaw
Downy Viburnum
Southern Nannyberry
Rusty Nannyberry
Nannyberry
Vitis rupestrisSand Grape
Viola sagittataArrowleaf Violet
Arrow-leaved Violet
Upland Violet
Viola sagittata var. sagittataArrowleaf Violet
Triangle-leafed Violet
Viola sororiaMissouri Violet
Common Blue Violet
Hooded Blue Violet
Florida Violet
Meadow Violet
Confederate Violet
Dooryard Violet
Purple Violet
Woolly Blue Violet
Wood Violet
Hooded Violet
Viguiera stenolobaSkeleton-leaf Goldeneye
Resinbush
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