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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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Sorghastrum elliottiiSlender Indiangrass
Solidago giganteaGiant Goldenrod
Smooth Goldenrod
Tall Goldenrod
Late Goldenrod
Early Goldenrod
Solidago juliaeJulia's Goldenrod
Solidago missouriensisMissouri Goldenrod
Prairie Goldenrod
Missouri Basin Goldenrod
Solidago nemoralisGray Goldenrod
Prairie Goldenrod
Oldfield Goldenrod
Grayleaf Goldenrod
Gray-leaved Goldenrod
Dyersweed Goldenrod
Dwarf Goldenrod
Field Goldenrod
Sorghastrum nutansIndiangrass
Yellow Indiangrass
Indian Grass
Solidago odoraAnisescented Goldenrod
Anise-scented Goldenrod
Sweet Goldenrod
Solidago odora var. odoraAnisescented Goldenrod
Solidago patulaRoundleaf Goldenrod
Solidago petiolarisDowny Ragged Goldenrod
Downy Goldenrod
Solidago radulaWestern Rough Goldenrod
Solanum rostratumBuffalo Bur
Buffalo Bur Nightshade
Buffalobur Nightshade
Solidago rugosaWrinkleleaf Goldenrod
Wrinkle-leaf Goldenrod
Rough-leaved Goldenrod
Roughleaf Goldenrod
Rough-stemmed Goldenrod
Roughstem Goldenrod
Solidago sempervirensSeaside Goldenrod
Sophora secundifloraTexas Mountain Laurel
Mountain Laurel
Mescal Bean
Mescal Bean Sophora
Frijolillo
Frijolito
Solidago sempervirens var. mexicanaSeaside Goldenrod
Solidago speciosaShowy Goldenrod
Noble Goldenrod
Solidago tortifoliaTwistleaf Goldenrod
Solanum triquetrumTexas Nightshade
Hierba Mora
Solidago ulmifoliaElmleaf Goldenrod
Elm-leaved Goldenrod
Sporobolus airoidesAlkali Sacaton
Zacate Alcalino
Sparganium americanumAmerican Bur-reed
Sphaeralcea angustifoliaNarrowleaf Globemallow
Copper Globemallow
Copper Mallow
Spiranthes cernuaNodding Ladies'-tresses
Ladies'-tresses
Nodding Lady's Tresses
Sporobolus clandestinusHidden Dropseed
Rough Dropseed
Sphaeralcea coccineaScarlet Globemallow
Caliche Globemallow
Sporobolus compositusTall Dropseed
Composite Dropseed
Rough Dropseed
Sporobolus compositus var. compositusComposite Dropseed
Tall Dropseed
Sporobolus compositus var. drummondiiDrummond's Dropseed
Head-like Dropseed
Meadow Dropseed
Sporobolus compositus var. macerComposite Dropseed
Sporobolus cryptandrusSand Dropseed
Spermolepis divaricataRoughfruit Scaleseed
Spermolepis echinataBristly Scaleseed
Sphaeralcea fendleriFendler's Globemallow
Sporobolus giganteusGiant Dropseed
Sphaeralcea hastulataSpear Globemallow
Spigelia hedyotideaPrairie Pinkroot
Prairie Pink Root
Spermolepis inermisRed River Scaleseed
Spreading Scaleseed
Sphaeralcea incanaGray Globemallow
Sphenopholis intermediaSlender Wedgescale
Sporobolus junceusPineywoods Dropseed
Spiranthes laciniataLace-lip Ladies'-tresses
Lace-lip Lady's Tresses
Spiranthes laceraNorthern Slender Ladies'-tresses
Slender Ladies'-tresses
Slender Lady's Tresses
Spiranthes lacera var. gracilisSouthern Slender Ladies'-tresses
Slender Ladies'-tresses
Slender Lady's Tresses
Sphaeralcea lindheimeriWoolly Globemallow
Spigelia marilandicaWoodland Pinkroot
Pinkroot
Indian Pink
Spiranthes magnicamporumGreat Plains Ladies'-tresses
Great Plains Lady's Tresses
Sphenopholis obtusataPrairie Wedgescale
Spiranthes odorataMarsh Ladies'-tresses
Fragrant Ladies'-tresses
Marsh Lady's Tresses
Spiranthes ovalisOctober Ladies'-tresses
October Lady's Tresses
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