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    • Acacia 
      Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Two color photographs of Acacia, an evergreen or deciduous shrub or perennial from the Pea family found in the Texas Coastal Bend.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      One color photograph of Acacia berlandieri, (also known as guajillo), an evergreen shrub or small tree from the Pea family found on caliche ridges and in brushy pastures on sandy loam or clay.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      One color photograph of Acacia greggii, (also known as catclaw), a deciduous shrub or small tree from the Pea family found on dry loams or caliche, mostly on slopes and ridges or along ravines and bluffs.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Two color photographs of Acacia minuata, (also known as huisache), an evergreen shrub or tree from the Pea family found on poorly drained or low grounds, mostly in pastures and woods and along streams.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Three color photographs of Acacia rigidula, (also known as blackbrush), a semi-evergreen shrub or tree from the Pea family found in brushy thickets on various soils.
    • Acalypha 
      Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      One color photograph of Acalypha, an annual or perennial from the Spurge family found on sandy soils.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Oen color photograph of Acleisanthes obtusa.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Four color photographs of Acourtia runcinata (also known as featherleaf desertpeony), a perennial flowering plant from the Aster family found in the shaded areas of well-drained loams or caliche.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      One color photograph of Agalinis fasciculata, an annual flowering plant from the Figwort family found on low ground in coastal oak woods.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Two color photographs of Agave americana, a stemless evergreen perennial with thick grayish leaves. The Agave americana is from the Agave family and is found in gardens, pastures, bluffs, and ravines.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      One color photograph of Alceisanthes, a perennial vine from the Four O'Clock famiy found on caliche and other soils.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Three color photographs of Allionia incarnata, a perennial flowering plant from the Four-O'Clock Family found on dry sand or caliche around Mathis and Orange Grove in the Texas Coastal Bend.
    • Allium 
      Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Three color photographs of Allium (also known as wild onion), a flowering plant from the Lily family found in various places of the Texas Coastal Bend.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Two color photographs of Allium drummondii (also known as wild onion), a flowering plant from the Lily family found on heavier sands, clay, or caliche.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Three color photographs of Allowissadula lozanii (also known as false indian mallow), a perennial flowering plant from the Mallow family found on better-drained sandy and clayey loams or caliche in pastures and woods.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      One color photograph of Alophia drummondii (also known as purple nymph), a perennial flowering plant from the Iris family often found on sandy soils in prairies and openings.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Three color photographs of Aloysia gratissima, (also known as whitebrush), a deciduous shrub from the Verbena family found in brushy pastures on various soils.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Three color photographs of Aloysia macrostachya, (also known as vara dulce), a deciduous shrub from the Verbena family found on caliche or dry sand in brushy pastures.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      One color photograph of Amaranthus, an annual plant from the Amaranth family.
    • Lehman, Roy L. (Texas A & M University. Press, 2005)
      Three color photographs of Amblyolepis setigera (also known as huisache daisy), an annual flowering plant from the Aster family found in prairies and openings of the Texas Coastal Bend.