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This paper reports the results of a vascular plant inventory at The Nature Conservancy's Hottonia Bottoms Preserve in Atoka, Bryan, and Choctaw Counties, Oklahoma. A total of 386 taxa in 96 families were collected. Two-hundred and fifty-six genera, 369 species, and 17 infraspecific taxa were identified. The largest families found were the Poaceae with 53 taxa and the Asteraceae with 44 taxa. Twenty-four non-native or naturalized taxa, or 6.22% of the preserve's flora, were collected. Twenty taxa tracked by the Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory were found.
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