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Plant & Conservation Related Web Sites 

Christina Mild's "Rio Delta Wild." Articles on LRGV Native Plants.

Valley Nature Center Valley Nature Center in Weslaco Valley Proud Environmental Council (contains information on LRGV native trees and shrubs) Native Plant Society of Texas (organization info., bookstore,
resources, links, TX plant list) Native Prairie Association of Texas (a few images of LRGV natives) Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center (general articles on landscaping with natives) Useful Wild Plants Project Flora of Texas Consortium (access to many useful sites, e.g. Herbarium Specimen Browser, Vascular Plants Endemic to TX, Hatch et al's A Checklist of the Vascular Plants of TX, Vascular Plant Image Gallery, A Synonymized Checklist of the Vascular Flora of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands) Texas Nature Conservancy (preserve profiles) Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (Native plant and seed sources, Wildscapes, Endangered Plants) Wildflowers in Texas (some images, many native to LRGV) Plants of Webb County (list and few images) The Mints of Texas (list and some images of herbarium specimens) Univ. of Texas Herbarimn Plant Resource Center Institute for Systematic Botany, University of South Florida (atlas of FL vascular plants; maps and images) Missouri Botanical Garden (many botany links; W3TROPICOS- vascular plant nomenclatural database, some images, maps) Noble Foundation (Oklahoma) Plant Image Gallery (many native to LRGV) Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (click on
Biological Resources, then Plants - some native to LRGV, especially wetland) Flora of North America vol. 2 and 3 (keys, descriptions maps, some drawings; more volumes planned) Weeds Gone Wild: Alien Plant Invaders of Natural Areas (list of invasive plants in the U.S., some with fact sheets and photos Internet Directory for Botany (links to everything botany- related) On-line field guides of National Audubon Society TX A&M Univ.-Kingsville Herbarium (images)

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