This is a page where I'll put up lists of plant species for various localities. The lists
were compiled by me unless otherwise indicated.
Griffy Lake Research & Teaching
This is an Excel spreadsheet listing vascular plants and mosses found at the Griffy site of IU's Research & Teaching Preserve in Monroe
County. On this list, the forbs and ferns should be complete, the trees may be incomplete,
and other groups (mosses, grasses, sedges, rushes) are definitely incomplete. The area
can be seen through this
This is an Excel spreadsheet of the vascular plants found at McCormick's Creek State Park in Owen County, compiled
from 8 or 9 visits I made to the park during 2005. It is definitely incomplete, especially
in grasses, but probably 80+ % of the way there.
This is an Excel spreadsheet listing vascular plants in the Organ
Mts., eastern Doña Ana County. It was compiled based on a
combination of what I've seen out there, what's listed in our herbarium (NMC) as occurring
there, and a list compiled by R.D. Worthington of UTEP. Problematic groups are being
reviewed and revised as necessary. It is very nearly complete. See also organmountainsflora.com.
Sierra de las Uvas
This is an Excel spreadsheet listing vascular plants in the Sierra de las Uvas, northwestern
Doña Ana County. It was compiled based on what I've seen out there in only 4 trips
into the range, and is very incomplete.
This is a Word document of the plants seen in the vicinity of Wagontongue Mountain, on the
southeast side of the Mangas Mts. in central Catron Co., during Botany Base Camp
2005. Compiled by George Cox
from the observations of trip participants, double-checked and corrected by Bob Sivinski. In
addition to George and Bob, trip participants included:
myself, Rich Spellenberg, G. & B.
Jercinovic, Kelly Allred, the Iveys, and others. The list should be fairly complete
with the exception of spring-flowering plants that may not have been observable.
This is an excel file listing plants seen at Monticello Box on the southwestern end of the
San Mateo Mts. on the 25th to 27th of August, 2006. This
was originally intended as a Botany Base Camp meeting, but roads were in places impassabe,
and the more reasonable botanists of the state (all but myself) decided to cancel. The
list is as complete as possible, given phenological limitations...
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