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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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Yucca faxonianaFaxon Yucca
Carneros Yucca
Eve's Needle
Spanish Bayonet
Spanish Dagger
Giant Dagger
Palm Samandoca
Palm Barreta
Palmilla
Palma
Yucca torreyiTorrey Yucca
Torrey's Yucca
Spanish Bayonet
Spanish Dagger
Old Shag
Palma
Zannichellia palustrisHorned Pondweed
Horned Poolmat
Horned-pondweed
Zephyranthes longifoliaCopper Zephyrlily
Zinnia acerosaDesert Zinnia
Dwarf Zinnia
Dwarf White Zinnia
Shrubby Zinnia
Southern Zinnia
Zigadenus elegansMountain Death Camas
White Camas
Zigadenus elegans ssp. elegansMountain Deathcamas
Zinnia grandifloraPlains Zinnia
Rocky Mountain Zinnia
Prairie Zinnia
Little Golden Zinnia
Yellow Zinnia
Ziziphus obtusifoliaLotebush
Lote-bush Condalia
Ziziphus obtusifolia var. obtusifoliaLotebush
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