SPECIES FROM GRIMES COUNTY OUTCROP


("top" or "rim"= top edge of outcrop; "summit"= large, flat area with house; "side" or "slope"= sloping side of outcrop, where Agalinis navasotensis is found.)

Oleaceae

    °   Ligustrum spp.--sides   INVASIVE SPECIES


prepared by Monique Reed and J. R. Manhart . Last updated October 1, 2008

Many thanks to Dr. Stephan L. Hatch of the Texas A&M Tracy Herbarium for help with identification of grasses.


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