PlantsFlowering PlantsBroomrape Family — Family Orobanchaceae
Parasitic plants that infest the roots of other plants. They lack chlorophyll are not green.
Prairie Agalinis
Agalinis — Genus Agalinis
Leaves opposite, simple, entire, maybe lobed at base. Flowers bilaterally symmetrical, pink to white, with 2 yellow lines and many purple spots inside. 4 stamens.
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False Foxglove — Genus Aureolaria
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Mediterranean Lineseed —  Bellardia trixago [1]
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American Bluehearts —  Buchnera americana [1]
Texas Paintbrush
Paintbrushes — Genus Castilleja
Leaves alternate. Colorful upper bracts almost hiding flowers. 4 stamens.
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Alpine Cancer-root —  Conopholis alpina [1]
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Wright's Bird's Beak —  Cordylanthus wrightii [1]
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Mullein Seymeria —  Dasistoma macrophylla [1]
Leaves opposite. Lower leaves pinnatifid. Flowers yellow. 4 stamens. Flowering Jun-Sep.
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Beechdrops —  Epifagus virginiana [1]
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Broomrape — Genus Orobanche
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Yellow Glandweed —  Parentucellia viscosa [1]
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Canadian Lousewort —  Pedicularis canadensis [1]
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Chaffseed —  Schwalbea americana [1]
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Blacksenna — Genus Seymeria
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.