guajillo

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guajillo

see acaciaberlandieri.
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A) Cordia boissieri, (B) Ehretia anacua, (C) Celtis laevigata, (D) Celtis pallida, (E) Wimmeria concolor, (F) Acacia berlandieri, (G) Bauhinia divaricata, (H) Caesalpinia mexicana, (I) Ebenopsis ebano, (J) Harpalyce arborescens, (K) Parkinsonia aculeata, (L) Prosopis juliflora, (M) Vachellia farnesiana, (N) Ocotea tampicensis, (O) Robinsonella discolor, (P) Myrcianthes fragrans, (Q) Drypetes lateriflora, (R) Randia sp.
Shrubby vegetation in this area is dominated by species such as Acacia rigidula (blackbush), Acacia berlandieri, Cordia boissieri, Pithecellobium pallens, Celtis pallid (Hackberry), Porlieria angustifolia (soapbrush)and Cercidium macrum.
Acacia berlandieri Benth, 1842 (Fabaceae), commonly known as guajillo, is a small to medium size shrub distributed from Mexico to the southwest of the United States in Texas (Hatch and Pluhar 1993).