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Arizona/New Mexico Mountains

As its name suggests, this EPA Level III ecoregion lies mostly in Arizona and New Mexico, barely reaching into two Texas counties (Culberson and Hudspeth) in the Guadalupe Mountains. In Texas, this ecoregion lies within the area included in the Texas Parks & Wildlife Departmentís Trans-Pecos vegetative region. This collection lists only those taxa found in the Texas portion of the Arizona/New Mexico Mountains ecoregion.

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Amaranthus palmeriCarelessweed
Ammoselinum popeiPlains Sandparsley
Amelanchier utahensisUtah Serviceberry
Andropogon gerardiiBig Bluestem
Tall Bluestem
Turkeyfoot
Andropogon glomeratusBushy Bluestem
Brushy Bluestem
Anulocaulis leiosolenusSouthwestern Ringstem
Antennaria parvifoliaSmall-leaf Pussytoes
Low Everlasting
Nuttall's Pussytoes
Anemone tuberosaTuber Anemone
Desert Anemone
Apocynum cannabinumIndian Hemp
Prairie Dogbane
Hemp Dogbane
Dogbane
Aphanostephus ramosissimusPlains Dozedaisy
Lazy Daisy
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Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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