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giant ragweed ambrosia trifida forb
basketflower Centaurea americana forb
Carolina coralbred Coccolus carolinus forb
horse mint Monarda citriodora forb
ground cherry Physalis mollis forb
salvia salvia azurea forb
western horsenettle Solanum dimidiatum forb
white heather aster Symphyotrichum ericoides forb
big bluestern Andropogon gerardii grass
little bluestern Schizachyrium scoparium grass
johnsongrass Sorghum halepense grass
sensitive briar Mimosa roemeriana legume
scurf pea Psoralidium tenuifolium legume
common ragweed Ambrosia artemesiifolia forb
western ragweed Ambrosia psilostachya forb
green antelope horn Asclepias viridis forb
prairie bishop Bifora americana
false boneset Brickellia eupatorioides forb
blackland thistle Cirsium englemannii forb
prarie tea Croton monanthogynus forb
toothed spurge Euphorbia dentata forb
warty spurge Euphorbia spathulata forb
firewheel Gaillardia pulchella forb
bedstraw Galium texense forb
prarie verbena Glandularia bipinnatifida forb
prickly lettuce Lactuca seriola forb
bladderpod Lesquerella gracilis forb
gayfeather Liatris mucronata forb
pinkladies Oenothera sinuosa forb
woodsorrel Oxalis stricta forb
leaf-flower Phyllanthus polygonoides forb
obedient plant Physostegia virginiana forb
nuttall's prarie parsley Polytaenia nuttallii forb
desert chicory Pyrrhopappus spp. unknown forb
southern dewberry Rubus trivialis forb
fringeleaf wild petunia Ruellia humilis forb
violet wild petunia Ruellia nudiflora forb
drummond's skullcap Scuttelaria drummondii forb
goldenrod Solidago canadensis forb
sow-thistle Sonchus spp. unknown forb
diamondflowers Stenaria nigricans forb
spreading hedgeparsley Torilis arvensis forb
nosebum Tragia brevispica forb
woody vervain Verbena stricta forb
ironweed Vernonia altissima forb
sideoats grama Bouteloua curtipendula grass
canada wildrye Elymus canadensis grass
cupgrass Eriochloa sericea grass
ozark grass Limnodea arkansana grass
TX wintergrass Nassella leucotricha grass
vine mesquite Panicum obtusum grass
indiangrass Sorghastrum nutans grass
dropseed Sporobolus compositus grass
vetch Vicia spp. unknown legume
Pink ladies but the other kind Oenothera speciose forb
How to distinguish bryophytes? They are non-vascular, so they are low growing and only reproduce via spores (aka no flowers or seeds)
What families are included when referring to "graminoids"? Poaceae (true grasses), Cyperaceae (sedges), and Juncaceae (rushes)
What are distinguishing characteristics of each of the 3 graminoid families?
What are distinguishing characteristics of legumes? Legumes are members of the pea family (Fabaceae), so they often have pods and colorful inflorescences. To avoid confusing with grasses, they do not have nodes, internodes, or collars.
What are the 4 major genus' containing legumes? "Medics" are found in genus Medicago, "true clovers" are found in genus Trifolium, "vetches" are found in genus Vicia, and "lupines" are found in the Lupinus genus
What are characteristics of Medic (Medicago) legumes? 3 leaflets, sharp terminal tip, midrib extending beyond the edge of the leaf margin, middle leaflet has a longer petiolule than side leaflets, stipules serrated, seed pods curved. Alfalfa, black medic, barrel medic, and burr clovers
What are characteristics of true clover (trifolium) legumes? 3 leaflets on each leaf, often weak stemmed, midrib does not extend beyond leaflet edge, petiolules same length, stipules less serrated than medics, seed pods more often straight than medics. white clover, subterranean clover, etc.
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