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East Central Texas Plains

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 56 Texas counties. This ecoregion separates the two bands of the Texas Blackland Prairies ecoregion and extends just across the Oklahoma border. In Texas, it covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Post Oak Savannah vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the East Central Texas Plains ecoregion.

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Senna roemerianaTwoleaf Senna
Two Leaved Senna
Setaria scheeleiSouthwestern Bristlegrass
Scheele's Bristlegrass
Scheele's Foxtail Grass
Foxtail Grass
Setaria texanaTexas Bristlegrass
Seymeria texanaTexas Blacksenna
Sesbania vesicariaBagpod
Bladderpod
Setaria villosissimaHairyleaf Bristlegrass
Senegalia wrightiiWright Acacia
Wright's Acacia
Catclaw Acacia
Catclaw
Silphium albiflorumWhite Rosinweed
White-flowered Rosinweed
Compass Plant
Sisyrinchium albidumWhite Blue-eyed Grass
Sicyos angulatusOne-seed Burr Cucumber
Star Cucumber
Silene antirrhinaSleepy Silene
Sleepy Catchfly
Sisyrinchium angustifoliumNarrowleaf Blue-eyed Grass
Narrow-leaf Blue-eyed-grass
Bermuda Blue-eyed Grass
Blue-eyed Grass
Sisyrinchium biformeWiry Blue-eyed Grass
Simsia calvaAwnless Bush Sunflower
Bush Sunflower
Sisyrinchium campestrePrairie Blue-eyed Grass
White-eyed Grass
Sideroxylon celastrinumSaffron Plum
Coma Saffron Plum
La Coma
Coma
Milk Buckthorn
Tropical Buckthorn
Downward Plum
Antswood
Sisyrinchium chilenseSwordleaf Blue-eyed Grass
Sword-leaf Blue-eyed Grass
Sida ciliarisBracted Fanpetals
Bracted Sida
Silphium gracileSlender Rosinweed
Sideroxylon lanuginosumGum Bumelia
Gum Bully
Woollybucket Bumelia
Woolly Bumelia
Gum Woollybucket
Woolly Buckthorn
Chittamwood
Shittamwood
Gum Elastic
Coma
Black Haw
Silphium laciniatumCompassplant
Compass Plant
Sisyrinchium langloisiiRoadside Blue-eyed Grass
Dotted Blue-eyed Grass
Southern Blue-eyed Grass
Sideroxylon lanuginosum ssp. rigidumGum Bully
Brazos Bumelia
Black Haw
Sida lindheimeriLindheimer's Sida
Showy Fanpetals
Sisyrinchium minusDwarf Blue-eyed-grass
Pink-eyed-grass
Pink Blue-eyed-grass
Silphium radulaRoughstem Rosinweed
Sida rhombifoliaCuban Jute
Axocatzin
Sisyrinchium rosulatumAnnual Blue-eyed Grass
Sisyrinchium sagittiferumSpearbract Blue-eyed Grass
Blue-eyed Grass
Sida spinosaPrickly Fanpetals
Silene stellataWidow's Frill
Starry Campion
Sium suaveHemlock Waterparsnip
Water Parsnip
Sibara virginicaVirginia Winged Rockcress
Smilax bona-noxSawbriar
Saw Greenbriar
Catbriar
Bullbriar
Stretchberry Vine
Smilax glaucaCat Greenbriar
Smilax laurifoliaLaurel Greenbriar
Smilax pumilaSarsaparilla Vine
Wild Sarsaparilla
Dwarf Smilax
Dwarf Greenbriar
Smilax renifoliaKidney-leaf Greenbriar
Smilax rotundifoliaRoundleaf Greenbriar
Common Greenbriar
Smilax smalliiLance-leaf Greenbriar
Southern Smilax
Jacksonvine
Jacksonbriar
Smilax tamnoidesBristly Greenbriar
Smallanthus uvedaliusHairy Leafcup
Solidago altissimaTall Goldenrod
Late Goldenrod
Canadian Goldenrod
Canada Goldenrod
Solidago argutaAtlantic Goldenrod
Cutleaf Goldenrod
Sharpleaf Goldenrod
Solanum carolinenseCarolina Horsenettle
Carolina Horse-nettle
Solidago canadensisCanada Goldenrod
Canadian Goldenrod
Tall Goldenrod
Giant Goldenrod
Solanum citrullifoliumWatermelon Nightshade
Melonleaf Nightshade
Solanum dimidiatumWestern Horsenettle
Western Horse-nettle
Solanum douglasiiGreenspot Nightshade
Douglas' Nightshade
Solanum elaeagnifoliumSilverleaf Nightshade
Silver-leaf Nightshade
White Horse Nettle
Trompillo
Tomato Weed
Bull Nettle
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