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This paper reports the results of a vascular plant inventory at The Nature Conservancy's Oka' Yanahli Preserve in Johnston County, Oklahoma. A total of 645 taxa in 109 families were collected. Three-hundred and ninety genera, 602 species, and 43 infraspecific taxa were identified. The families with the largest number of taxa were the Asteraceae with 91 taxa and the Poaceae with 89 taxa. Ninety non-native or naturalized taxa—14.0% of the preserve's flora—were found. Nine taxa tracked by the Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory were present. Nine vegetation types occurred at the preserve.
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