LowerPanhandle Texas
The TEX/LL herbaria's vegetation area 'D' (outlined in red).

Chamaesyce in the Lower Panhandle of Texas
by Bob Harms (email-here)

The TEX/LL herbaria's vegetation area 'D' (outlined in red) was somewhat arbitrarily selected for this survey, with focus on the possibility of occurrence in Mitchell County (outlined above in green). The area appears to be largely transitional from other Ecological Regions of Texas recognized by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.

I am grateful to Professor Billie Turner for his most recent maps for the Chamaesyce distributions shown.

Chamaesyce acuta
Chamaesyce acuta
Chamaesyce albomarginata
Chamaesyce albomarginata
Chamaesyce chaetocalyx
Chamaesyce chaetocalyx
Chamaesyce fendleri
Chamaesyce fendleri

Chamaesyce geyeri
Chamaesyce geyeri
Chamaesyce glyptosperma
Chamaesyce glyptosperma
Chamaesyce jejuna
Chamaesyce jejuna
Chamaesyce lata
Chamaesyce lata

Chamaesyce maculata
Chamaesyce maculata
Chamaesyce missurica
Chamaesyce missurica
Chamaesyce nutans
Chamaesyce nutans
Chamaesyce prostrata
Chamaesyce prostrata

Chamaesyce serpens
Chamaesyce serpens
Chamaesyce serpyllifolia
Chamaesyce serpyllifolia
Chamaesyce serrula
Chamaesyce serrula
Chamaesyce stictospora
Chamaesyce stictospora


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