Since 1987, more than 225 species have been identified and described as endangered, imperiled, or declining. Complete with photographs, line drawings, and county maps, this book describes the officially listed, candidate, and species-of-concern plants in Texas. Individual accounts include information on distribution, habitat, physical description, flowering time, federal and state status, similar species, and published references.A Field Guide Jackie M. Poole ... woodlands on well- to excessively drained, calcareous, sandy to gravelly soils in drier uplands of the Lower Rio Grande Valley. ... parvifolia, Jatropha dioica, Karwinskia humboldtiana, Koeberlinia spinosa, Krameria ramosissima, Leuco- phyllum frutescens, ... Other References Contreras Arqui- eta (2005); Correll (1965); Gonzalez- Medrano (1972); Price, Janssen, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Rare Plants of Texas|
|Author||:||Jackie M. Poole|
|Publisher||:||Texas A&M University Press - 2007|