Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye, leaflets
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye, leaves
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye, multi-trunked
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye, fruits
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye, fruit
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye, leaves
Ungnadia speciosa, Mexican Buckeye, trunk
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Ungnadia speciosa Endl., Mexican Buckeye
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Compound leaves of Ungnadia speciosa,
Mexican Buckeye.
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Austin, Tx 
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Mexican Buckeye leaflets are yellowish
green with prominent yellow venation (veins).
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Austin, Tx 
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Compound leaves of Ungnadia speciosa,
Mexican Buckeye.
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Austin, Tx 
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Ungnadia speciosa may grow as a shrub
or a tree but is typically multi-trunked.
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Austin, Tx 
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This species has the common name Mexican
Buckeye because the fruit looks similar to
actual buckeye tree fruits.
Ft. Worth Botanic Gardens
Ft. Worth, Tx 
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Ungnadia speciosa is native to Texas and
New Mexico in the United States.
Austin, Tx 
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The seeds of Mexican buckeye are toxic
to both livestock and humans.
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Ft. Worth, Tx 
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An example of a multi-trunked Ungnadia
speciosa tree.
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Ft. Worth, Tx 
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Mexican Buckeye foliage.
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Ft. Worth, Tx 
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Mexican Buckeye foliage.
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Austin, Tx 
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Mexican Buckeye foliage and branches.
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Austin, Tx 
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