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East Central Texas Plains Ecoregion
Also called the Claypan Area, this region of irregular plains was originally covered by a post oak savanna vegetation, in contrast to the more open prairie-type regions to the north, south and west and the piney woods to the east. The bulk of this region is now used for pasture and range.
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East Central Texas Plains Plant Communities
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