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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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Thalictrum revolutumWaxyleaf Meadow-rue
Thelocactus setispinusMiniature Barrel Cactus
Hedgehog Cactus
Thelesperma simplicifoliumSlender Greenthread
Navajo Tea
Cota
Thalictrum texanumHouston Meadow-rue
Thamnosma texanaTexas Desert-rue
Dutchman's Breeches
Rue Of The Mountains
Ruda Del Monte
Thymophylla tenuilobaBristleleaf Pricklyleaf
Thymophylla tenuiloba var. tenuilobaBristleleaf Pricklyleaf
Thymophylla tenuiloba var. wrightiiWright's Pricklyleaf
Thurovia trifloraThreeflower Snakeweed
Tilia americanaAmerican Basswood
American Linden
Lime Tree
Bee Tree
Tilia americana var. carolinianaCarolina Basswood
Florida Basswood
Small-leaved Basswood
Downy Basswood
Carolina Linden
Florida Linden
Small-leaved Linden
Downy Linden
Tinantia anomalaFalse Dayflower
Widows Tears
Tiquilia canescensWoody Crinklemat
Shrubby Coldenia
Shrubby Tiquilia
Tiquilia canescens var. canescensWoolly Crinklemat
Woody Crinklemat
Dog's Ear
Oreja De Perro
Rat's Ear Coldenia
Woody Tiquilia
Gray Tiquilia
Gray Coldenia
Shrubby Coldenia
Tipularia discolorCrippled Cranefly
Tidestromia lanuginosaWoolly Tidestromia
Tillandsia recurvataSmall Ball Moss
Ball Moss
Tillandsia usneoidesSpanish Moss
Toxicodendron pubescensAtlantic Poison Oak
Toxicodendron radicansEastern Poison Ivy
Poison Ivy
Toxicodendron radicans ssp. radicansEastern Poison Ivy
Trepocarpus aethusaeWhitenymph
Tridens albescensWhite Tridens
White Top
Triosteum angustifoliumYellow-fruit Horse-gentian
Narrow-leaved Horse-gentian
Narrowleaf Horse-gentian
Trifolium bejarienseBejar Clover
Tragia betonicifoliaBetonyleaf Noseburn
Triodanis bifloraSmall Venus' Looking-glass
Tragia brevispicaShortspike Noseburn
Trichostema brachiatumFluxweed
False Pennyroyal
Tridens buckleyanusBuckley's Fluffgrass
Buckley's Tridens
Trifolium carolinianumCarolina Clover
Tragia cordataHeartleaf Noseburn
Tridens congestusPink Fluffgrass
Pink Tridens
Triodanis coloradoensisColorado Venus' Looking-glass
Western Venus' Looking Glass
Trichloris crinitaTwo-flowered Trichloris
False Rhodes Grass
Tripsacum dactyloidesEastern Gamagrass
Fakahatchee Grass
Trachelospermum difformeClimbing Dogbane
Trichostema dichotomumForked Bluecurls
Blue Curls
Tradescantia edwardsianaPlateau Spiderwort
Edwards' Spiderwort
Trichoneura elegansSilveus Grass
Tridens eragrostoidesLovegrass Tridens
Tridens flavusPurpletop Tridens
Redtop Tridens
Tall Redtop Tridens
Purpletop
Redtop
Tall Redtop
Tridens flavus var. flavusPurpletop Tridens
Tradescantia giganteaGiant Spiderwort
Tradescantia hirsutifloraHairyflower Spiderwort
Triodanis holzingeriHolzinger's Venus' Looking-glass
Tradescantia humilisTexas Spiderwort
Trisetum interruptumPrairie False Oat
Triodanis leptocarpaSlimpod Venus' Looking-glass
Tridens muticusSlim Tridens
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