Flora of Texas Database
Plant Resources Center, The University of Texas at Austin

The Plant Resources Center of the University of Texas at Austin, which includes the University of Texas (TEX) and Lundell (LL) Herbaria, is pleased to present data for study of the flora of Texas. Most data entry for this project has been funded in part by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, a branch of the United States Department of Agriculture, and by the Advanced Research/Advanced Technology Program of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board; this support is gratefully acknowledged. Recent data entry is supported by the Plant Resources Center. Data for all families of vascular plants in the Texas flora represented in TEX and LL are now available for searching; all specimens in the TEX and LL collections are included except for the most recent accessions and some that have been on loan to other institutions for extended periods. For an explanation of the database, personnel, details on and hints for searching, and output options, click here. If you are already familiar with the database, proceed to the options below.

Flora of Texas database (TEX-LL) (printable output option)

Flora of Texas database (TEX-LL) (full data presented by field)

Texas Type Specimens at TEX–LL

Looking for type specimens from Texas? They are not in the general Texas database (links above).

For information on type specimens at TEX/LL, please consult this page.

Comments to Tom Wendt, Curator.
Last updated: September 2012