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Piney Woods

1a 1b

Longleaf Pine Forest Mixed Pine-Hardwood Forest

9c

10

Natural Subregions of Texas

2

Oak Woods & Prairies

2a 2b 2c

Oak Woodlands Eastern Cross Timbers Western Cross Timbers

3

Blackland Prairies

3a 3b

Blackland Prairie Grand Prairie

10 9b 9a

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2b 2c 3a 3b 1b 2a

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Gulf Coast Prairies & Marshes

4a 4b 4c

Dunes/Barrier Estuarine Zone Upland Prairies & Woods

11d 11b 11e

11a

11c

11a

7c

11a 11a 11f 11b 11c 11a 11b

7a

8 7a

7b

7b

1a 3a 4c 4b 3a 4c 4a

7b

5 6

Coastal Sand Plains South Texas Brush Country

6a 6b 6c

11a

9

Rolling Plains

9a 9b 9c

4b 6a 6b 4a

Brush Country Bordas Escarpment Subtropical Zone

Mesquite Plains Escarpment Breaks Canadian Breaks

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Edwards Plateau

7a 7b 7c

10 High Plains 11

Live Oak-Mesquite Savanna Balcones Canyonlands Lampasas Cut Plain

Trans Pecos

11a 11b 11c 11d 11e 11f

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Mountain Ranges Desert Grassland Desert Scrub Salt Basin Sand Hills Stockton Plateau

6c

4a 4a

4b

8

Llano Uplift

4c

31 January 2011 Projection: Texas Statewide Mapping System

Source: Preserving Texas' Natural Heritage. LBJ School of Public Affairs Policy Research Project Report 31, 1978

Map compiled by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department GIS Lab. No claims are made to the accuracy of the data or to the suitability of the data to a particular use.

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