Texas A&M University Bioinformatics Working Group
Vascular Plants Endemic to Texas
Browse families A through E on this page, and F through Z on on the next page

A dynamic data system using preliminary data provided by Bill Carr and David Diamond (formerly with the Texas Natural Heritage Program) as a foundation. See background information on base data, processing, and dynamic development. Subclass links lead to addditional information for flowering plant families. Reference links lead to the literature cited page from the original Heritage Program file ('*'-tagged references contain illustrations). See also a listing of taxa no longer considered to be endemic and a diversity map for all Texas endemics that includes a 'clickable' checklist for all endemics.
ACANTHACEAE (Asteridae) AIZOACEAE (Caryophyllidae) AMARYLLIDACEAE (Liliidae as Liliaceae) APIACEAE (Rosidae) APOCYNACEAE (Asteridae) ASCLEPIADACEAE (Asteridae) ASTERACEAE (Asteridae) BERBERIDACEAE (Magnoliidae) BORAGINACEAE (Asteridae) BRASSICACEAE (Dilleniidae) CACTACEAE (Caryophyllidae) CAMPANULACEAE (Asteridae) CAPPARIDACEAE (Asteridae) CAPRIFOLIACEAE (Asteridae) CARYOPHYLLACEAE (Caryophyllidae) CHENOPODIACEAE (Caryophyllidae) CISTACEAE (Dilleniidae) COMMELINACEAE (Commelinidae) CONVOLVULACEAE (Asteridae) CRASSULACEAE (Rosidae) CROSSOSOMATACEAE (Rosidae) CUCURBITACEAE (Dilleniidae) CYPERACEAE (Commelinidae) ERICACEAE (Dilleniidae) EUPHORBIACEAE (Rosidae)

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