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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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Spiranthes parksiiNavasota Lady's Tresses
Navasota Ladies'-tresses
Spartina pectinataPrairie Cordgrass
Freshwater Cordgrass
Sloughgrass
Spirodela polyrrhizaCommon Duckmeat
Giant Duckweed
Spiranthes praecoxGreenvein Ladies'-tresses
Greenvein Lady's Tresses
Sporobolus pyramidatusWhorled Dropseed
Target Dropseed
Madagascar Dropseed
Spergularia salinaSalt Sandspurry
Sporobolus silveanusSilveus' Dropseed
Spartina spartinaeGulf Cordgrass
Spigelia texanaTexas Pinkroot
Spiranthes tuberosaLittle Ladies'-tresses
Little Lady's Tresses
Sporobolus vaginiflorusPoverty Dropseed
Spiranthes vernalisSpring Ladies'-tresses
Spring Lady's Tresses
Sporobolus virginicusSeashore Dropseed
Beach Dropseed
Seashore Rushgrass
Coastal Dropseed
Styphnolobium affineEve's Necklace
Eve's Necklacepod
Texas Sophora
Pink Sophora
Necklace Tree
Stylosanthes bifloraSidebeak Pencilflower
Streptanthus bracteatusBracted Twistflower
Bracted Jewelflower
Stachys crenataMousesear
Shade Betony
Stenanthium gramineumEastern Featherbells
Featherbells
Strophostyles helvolaTrailing Fuzzybean
Amberique-bean
Trailing Wild Bean
Steinchisma hiansGaping Grass
Stylisma humistrataSouthern Dawnflower
White Stylisma
Streptanthus hyacinthoidesSmooth Jewelflower
Stemodia lanataWoolly Stemodia
Gray-woolly Twintip
Strophostyles leiospermaSlickseed Fuzzybean
Stenosiphon linifoliusFalse Gaura
Stenaria nigricansBluets
Diamond-flowers
Stenaria nigricans var. nigricansDiamondflowers
Narrowleaf Bluets
Baby's Breath
Bluets
Fine-leaf Bluets
Stuckenia pectinataSago Pondweed
Stylisma pickeringiiPickering's Dawnflower
Stylisma pickeringii var. pattersoniiPatterson's Dawnflower
Styrax platanifoliusSycamore-leaf Snowbell
Styrax platanifolius ssp. platanifoliusSycamoreleaf Snowbell
Styrax platanifolius ssp. stellatusHairy Sycamore-leaf Snow-bell
Sycamoreleaf Snowbell
Stellaria prostrataProstrate Starwort
Prostrate Chickweed
Stillingia sylvaticaQueen's-delight
Stachys tenuifoliaSmooth Hedgenettle
Slender Betony
Stillingia texanaTexas Queen's Delight
Queen's Delight
Texas Toothleaf
Stillingia treculianaTrecul's Toothleaf
Strophostyles umbellataPink Fuzzybean
Stylisma villosaHairy Dawnflower
Symphyotrichum divaricatumSouthern Annual Saltmarsh Aster
Lawn American-aster
White Wood Aster
Saltmarsh Aster
Slender Aster
Symphyotrichum drummondiiDrummond's Aster
Symphyotrichum drummondii var. texanumDrummond's Aster
Texas Aster
Symphyotrichum dumosumRice Button Aster
White Bushy Aster
Symphyotrichum dumosum var. dumosumBushy Aster
Rice Button Aster
Symphyotrichum ericoidesWhite Heath Aster
Heath Aster
Symphyotrichum ericoides var. ericoidesWhite Heath Aster
Heath Aster
White Aster
White Prairie Aster
Symphyotrichum falcatumWhite Prairie Aster
Symphyotrichum lateriflorumCalico Aster
Symphyotrichum lanceolatumWhitepanicle Aster
Panicled Aster
Lanceleaf Aster
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