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Cross Timbers

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 35 Texas counties. With most of this ecoregion occurring in a swath from central Texas north, its northern reaches extend into southeastern Oklahoma. In Texas, this ecoregion covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Cross Timbers and Prairies vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the Cross Timbers ecoregion.

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Vitis vulpinaFrost Grape
Fox Grape
Vulpia ellioteaSquirreltail Fescue
Vulpia octofloraSixweeks Fescue
Common Sixweeks Grass
Warnockia scutellarioidesPrairie Brazosmint
Prairie Brazoria
Wedelia acapulcensis var. hispidaZexmenia
Orange Zexmenia
Hairy Wedelia
Wedelia
Texas Creeping-oxeye
Wolffia columbianaColumbian Watermeal
Woodsia obtusaBluntlobe Cliff Fern
Blunt Cliff Fern
Xanthium strumariumRough Cocklebur
Xanthium strumarium var. canadenseCanada Cocklebur
Xanthisma texanumTexas Sleepy Daisy
Yellow Sleepy Daisy
Star Of Texas
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Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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