Stallergenes Greer

Allergenic Trees of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex



Pollen allergens with hyperlinks are available in GREER's catalog. Click on the allergen that you are interested in and connect with that item in GREER's catalog.

To learn more about a particular pollen allergen, click on the PDF icon [PDF] of that allergen. These botanical profiles are available for download and include a detailed profile, genus/species and family, location(s) found in the United States and photograph(s) of the pollen.


Marked Cells () signify taxon present in area. Unmarked Cells signify taxon absent in area or unconfirmed.

1 Cross-reactive species grouped together in colored cells
2 Italicized species demonstrate only moderate cross-reactivity with other(s) in the group
3 This species is insect-pollinated

Most trees pollinate in the spring.

Western Counties--Cross Timbers & Grand Prairie   Eastern Counties--Blackland Prairie
  Wise Parker Johnson Denton Tarrant   Dallas Ellis Collin Rockwall Kaufman
Cross-Reactive Trees 1                      
                       
204: Ash, Arizona : Click for botanical profile x             x      
72: Ash, Red/Green : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
74: Ash, White : Click for botanical profile             x x x x  
135: Privet, Common 3 : Click for botanical profile     x       x x x    
                       
115: Oak, Bur : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
119: Oak, Post : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
116: Oak, Virginia Live       x x            
198: Oak, Water : Click for botanical profile       x             x
122: Oak, White : Click for botanical profile             x        
Oak, others x x x x x   x x x x x
                       
83: Cedar, Mountain : Click for botanical profile   x x   x   x        
84: Cedar, Red : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
243: Juniper, Oneseed : Click for botanical profile               x      
275: Juniper, Pinchot : Click for botanical profile   x x   x     x      
                       
87: Cottonwood, Eastern : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
134: Poplar, White : Click for botanical profile             x x      
142: Willow, Black 2 : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
                       
92: Elm, American : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
179: Elm, Cedar : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
                       
127: Pecan : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
140: Walnut, Black 2 : Click for botanical profile             x x x x x
                       
113: Mulberry, Paper : Click for botanical profile             x        
112: Mulberry, Red : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
194: Mulberry, White : Click for botanical profile         x   x x      
                       
Other Trees                      
172: Acacia 3 : Click for botanical profile   x   x x   x x x    
193: Cypress, Bald : Click for botanical profile                      
98: Hackberry : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
82: Box Elder : Click for botanical profile x x x x x   x x x x x
111: Mesquite 3 : Click for botanical profile   x   x x   x x x    
Pine, other               x      
138: Sycamore, Eastern : Click for botanical profile     x x x   x x x x x

Data obtained from USDA Plants Database ; USDA-FS Silvics of North America

Simpson, B. J. A Field Guide to Texas Trees, Gulf Publishing Co. 1988


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