PlantsFlowering PlantsBorage Family — Family Boraginaceae
Leaves alternate. Flowers radially symmetrical, 5 lobes. Stamens 5. Fruit a nutlet or capsule. This family now includes Hydrophyllaceae.
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Fiddleneck — Genus Amsinckia
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Italian Bugloss —  Anchusa azurea [1]
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Saucerflower — Genus Antiphytum
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
Corn Gromwell
Corn Gromwell —  Buglossoides arvensis [1,2,3]
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers salverform/funnelform, white(/yellowish/purplish). Flowering Mar-May. Fruit a nutlet.
Anacahuita
Cordia — Genus Cordia
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Cryptantha — Genus Cryptantha
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Hound's Tongue — Genus Cynoglossum
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Common Viper's Bugloss —  Echium vulgare [1]
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
Knockaway
Knockaway — Genus Ehretia
Tree or shrub. Leaves alternate, simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Aunt Lucy —  Ellisia nyctelea [1]
Flowers small, petals and sepals united. Fruit a capsule.
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Dainty Desert Hideseed —  Eucrypta micrantha [1]
Flowers small, petals and sepals united. Fruit a capsule.
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Stickseed — Genus Hackelia
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
Pasture Heliotrope
Heliotrope — Genus Heliotropium
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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False Fiddleleaf — Genus Hydrolea
Flowers small, petals and sepals united. Fruit a capsule.
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Stickseed — Genus Lappula
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
Narrow-leaf Gromwell
Stoneseed — Genus Lithospermum
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
Spring Forget-me-not
Forget-me-not — Genus Myosotis
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Fiddleleaf — Genus Nama
Flowers small, petals and sepals united. Fruit a capsule.
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Baby Blue Eyes — Genus Nemophila
Flowers small, petals and sepals united. Fruit a capsule.
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Marbleseed — Genus Onosmodium
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Mexican Navelwort —  Omphalodes aliena [1]
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Combseed — Genus Pectocarya
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Phacelia — Genus Phacelia
Flowers small, petals and sepals united. Fruit a capsule.
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Crinklemat — Genus Tiquilia
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
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Twining Soldierbush —  Tournefortia volubilis [1]
Leaves simple, entire, sessile, rough, hairy. Flowers tubular, salverform, or funnelform. Fruit a nutlet.
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.
  2. Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Texas, Volume 1, B.L. Turner, Holly Nichols, Geoffrey Denny and Oded Doron, Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT), Fort Worth, Texas, 2003.
  3. Rick's iNaturalist observations, nature observations of Richard K. Murphy. Identifications are not necessarily confirmed by other users.