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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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Apodanthera undulataMelon Loco
Aquilegia chrysanthaGolden Columbine
Yellow Columbine
Southwestern Yellow Columbine
Aquilegia chrysantha var. chaplineiChaplin's Yellow Columbine
Chaplin's Golden Columbine
Chaplin's Columbine
Chapline Columbine
Guadalupe Mountain Columbine
Argemone chisosensisChisos Mountain Prickly Poppy
Pink Prickly Poppy
Arceuthobium douglasiiDouglas Fir Dwarf Mistletoe
Douglas-fir Dwarf Mistletoe
Artemisia dracunculusTarragon
Ariocarpus fissuratusChautle Livingrock
Living Rock Cactus
Texas Living Rock
Artemisia filifoliaSand Sagebrush
Silver Sagebrush
Silvery Wormwood
Sand Sage
Argythamnia humilisLow Silverbush
Arenaria lanuginosaSpreading Sandwort
Argythamnia mercurialinaTall Silverbush
Tall Wildmercury
Argythamnia mercurialina var. mercurialinaTall Silverbush
Tall Wild Mercury
Tall Ditaxis
Argythamnia neomexicanaNew Mexico Silverbush
Argemone polyanthemosAnnual Pricklepoppy
Bluestem Pricklepoppy
Bluestem Prickly Poppy
Crested Pricklypoppy
Pricklypoppy
Thistle Poppy
White Prickly Poppy
White Pricklypoppy
Aristida purpureaPurple Threeawn
Purple 3-awn
Purple Three-awn
Red Threeawn
Aristida purpurea var. nealleyiBlue Threeawn
Argemone squarrosaHedgehog Pricklypoppy
Hedgehog Prickly Poppy
Arbutus xalapensisTexas Madrone
Madrone
Texas Arbutus
Manzanita
Xoxocote
Amazaquitl
Astragalus albulusCibola Milkvetch
Asclepias asperulaAntelope-horns
Spider Milkweed
Green-flowered Milkweed
Spider Antelope-horns
Antelope Horns
Asclepias brachystephanaBract Milkweed
Desert-rose Milkweed
Astragalus crassicarpusGroundplum Milkvetch
Ground Plum
Astragalus crassicarpus var. crassicarpusGroundplum Milkvetch
Astragalus emoryanusEmory's Milkvetch
Asclepias engelmannianaEngelmann's Milkweed
Asclepias glaucescensNodding Milkweed
Bluestem Milkweed
Astrolepis integerrimaHybrid Cloakfern
Asclepias latifoliaBroadleaf Milkweed
Astragalus lentiginosusFreckled Milkvetch
Asclepias macrotisLonghood Milkweed
Astragalus missouriensisMissouri Milkvetch
Astragalus mollissimusWoolly Locoweed
Purple Locoweed
Woolly Loco
Woolly Milkvetch
Wooly Loco
Wooly Locoweed
Astragalus nuttallianusNuttall's Milkvetch
Small-flowered Milkvetch
Asclepias oenotheroidesZizotes Milkweed
Hierba De Zizotes
Side-cluster Milkweed
Longhorn Milkweed
Primrose Milkweed
Lindheimer's Milkweed
Asplenium resiliensBlackstem Spleenwort
Astrolepis sinuataWavy Scaly Cloakfern
Asclepias subverticillataHorsetail Milkweed
Poison Milkweed
Asclepias tuberosaButterflyweed
Butterfly Weed
Butterfly Milkweed
Orange Milkweed
Pleurisy Root
Chigger Flower
Atriplex canescensChamiso
Four-wing Saltbush
Wing-scale
Atriplex obovataMound Saltbush
Bahia absinthifoliaHairyseed Bahia
Hairy-seed False Goldfields
Bahia
Yerba Raton
Bahia dissectaRagleaf Bahia
Baccharis havardiiHavard's False Willow
Baileya multiradiataDesert Marigold
Showy Desert Marigold
Paper Daisy
Desert Baileya
Bahia pedataBluntscale Bahia
Baccharis salicinaWillow Baccharis
Great Plains False Willow
Baccharis salicifoliaMule's Fat
Seep Willow
Berlandiera lyrataChocolate Daisy
Chocolate Flower
Lyreleaf Greeneyes
Green-eyed Lyre Leaf
Bernardia obovataDesert Myrtlecroton
Bidens bigeloviiBigelow's Beggarticks
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