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KLUTTS BRANCH. Klutts Branch rises in east central Rockwall County (at 32°53' N, 96°20' W) and flows generally northeast for three miles to its mouth on Parker Creek, just west of the Hunt county line (at 32°55' N, 96°19' W). The intermittent stream flows through gently sloping terrain. The soil is dark clay, and native vegetation consists primarily of tall prairie grass, mesquite, and cacti.

Elizabeth Lee Bass

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