Croton alabamensis var. texensis
Sida 15: 42, fig. 1. 1992.
Leaf blades: abaxial surface coppery, some scales unpigmented, others with dark reddish brown center and reddish amber rays. Inflorescences 6–14-flowered, producing 0–6 fruits.
Phenology: Flowering mostly late Feb–early Apr; fruiting mostly May–Jun.
Habitat: Mesic hardwood forest understories, soils overlying limestone, canyon slopes, flat terraces.
Elevation: 200–400 m.
Variety texensis is restricted to Bell, Coryell, and Travis counties.