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Southern Texas Plains

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 21 Texas counties. This ecoregion borders most of the southwestern portion of the Rio Grande River and extends into northern Mexico. In Texas, it encompasses much of the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís South Texas Plains vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the Southern Texas Plains ecoregion.

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Vernonia lindheimeriWoolly Ironweed
Verbesina micropteraTexas Crownbeard
Veronica peregrinaAmerican Speedwell
Purslane Speedwell
Neckweed
Verbena plicataFanleaf Vervain
Verbena runyoniiRio Grande Vervain
Verbena scabraSandpaper Vervain
Verbena urticifoliaWhite Vervain
White Verbena
Verbesina virginicaFrostweed
White Crownbeard
Iceplant
Iceweed
Virginia Crownbeard
Indian Tobacco
Richweed
Squawweed
Verbesina virginica var. virginicaFrostweed
White Crownbeard
Vitis aestivalisSummer Grape
Pigeon Grape
Vitis aestivalis var. lincecumiiLong Grape
Viola bicolorField Pansy
Wild Pansy
Vitis cinerea var. helleriWinter Grape
Heller's Grape
Gray-leaf Grape
Smooth-leaf Grape
Sweet Grape
Spanish Grape
Viguiera dentataPlateau Goldeneye
Sunflower Goldeneye
Toothleaf Goldeneye
Chimalacate
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
Vitis monticolaSweet Mountain Grape
Champin Grape
Vitis mustangensisMustang Grape
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
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
Vulpia octofloraCommon Sixweeks Grass
Sixweeks Fescue
Waltheria indicaSleepy Morning
Velvet Leaf
Boaterbush
Buff-coat
Leather-coat
Monkeybush
Uhaloa
Warnockia scutellarioidesPrairie Brazosmint
Prairie Brazoria
Wedelia acapulcensis var. hispidaZexmenia
Orange Zexmenia
Hairy Wedelia
Wedelia
Texas Creeping-oxeye
Willkommia texanaTexas Willkommia
Wolffia columbianaColumbian Watermeal
Xanthium strumariumRough Cocklebur
Xanthisma texanumTexas Sleepy Daisy
Yellow Sleepy Daisy
Star Of Texas
Xyris jupicaiRichard's Yelloweyed Grass
Yeatesia platystegiaMontell Bractspike
Wild Shrimp Plant
Yucca arkansanaArkansas Yucca
Softleaf Yucca
Yucca constrictaBuckley Yucca
Buckley's Yucca
Yucca reverchoniiSan Angelo Yucca
Yucca rupicolaTwistleaf Yucca
Twisted-leaf Yucca
Texas Yucca
Yucca thompsonianaThompson's Yucca
Thompson Yucca
Beaked Yucca
Big Bend Yucca
Soyate
Palmita
Trans-Pecos Yucca
Yucca torreyiTorrey Yucca
Torrey's Yucca
Spanish Bayonet
Spanish Dagger
Old Shag
Palma
Yucca treculeanaSpanish Dagger
Spanish Bayonet
Don Quixote's Lance
Palma Pita
Palma De Datil
Palmito
Zanthoxylum fagaraLime Prickly Ash
Colima
Zannichellia palustrisHorned Pondweed
Horned Poolmat
Horned-pondweed
Zephyranthes pulchellaShowy Zephyrlily
Zinnia acerosaDesert Zinnia
Dwarf Zinnia
Dwarf White Zinnia
Shrubby Zinnia
Southern Zinnia
Zinnia anomalaShortray Zinnia
Zizaniopsis miliaceaGiant Cutgrass
Ziziphus obtusifoliaLotebush
Lote-bush Condalia
Graythorn
Ziziphus obtusifolia var. obtusifoliaLotebush
Zornia bracteataViperina
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