Little detailed and precise information is available about the many endemic flowering plants of Texas. Certain distribution patterns appear repeatedly among them, as may be seen in the maps of the species of Lupinus and those of Brazoria. Much more collecting must be done before a general account of Texas endemics can be given, but some of the more showy and easily collected ones are well enough represented by available specimens so that some account of them can be given now. Such information may offer some suggestions about future field work; it is hoped that it may also be an inducement to more such. The maps are based on specimens at the Missouri Botanical Garden, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Texas. Grateful acknowledgment is made the various curators for their courtesies.
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Shinners, Lloyd H.
"Synopsis of the Genus Brazoria (Labiatae),"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 21
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