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Western Gulf Coastal Plain

This EPA Level III ecoregion encompasses all or part of 35 Texas counties. As its name suggests, it is comprised of the coastal plain of Texas, extending along the Gulf Coast south into Mexico and east over portions of the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. In Texas, it covers approximately the same land area as the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Gulf Marshes and Prairies vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the Western Gulf Coastal Plain ecoregion.

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Ageratina altissimaWhite Snakeroot
Agave americanaAmerican Century Plant
Century Plant
Agalinis fasciculataBeach False Foxglove
Agalinis heterophyllaPrairie Agalinis
Prairie False-foxglove
Agalinis homalanthaSan Antonio False Foxglove
Agrostis hyemalisWinter Bentgrass
Agalinis maritimaSaltmarsh False Foxglove
Agalinis oligophyllaRidgestem False Foxglove
Agrostis perennansUpland Bentgrass
Autumn Bentgrass
Agalinis purpureaPurple False Foxglove
Purple Gerardia
Gerardia
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