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Species 20 (9 in the flora): temperate North America

Plants in North America identified as either R. bifrons or the other species can vary broadly in any of these characters, even within individual stems, making it extremely difficult or impossible to distinguish between these species in the flora area. Recent research addressing the genetics or species distinctiveness in this complex in Europe ...Setaria, a genus of about 140 species, grows predominantly in tropical and warm-temperate regions, but it is particularly well-represented in Africa, Asia, and South America. Species from the Flora region fall into one of three categories: native to North America, native to South America, or native to the Eastern Hemisphere.Hepatica americana. ( DC.) Ker Gawl. Hepatica americana, the round-lobed hepatica, is a herbaceous flowering plant in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. It is native to the eastern United States and Canada. [1] It is sometimes considered part of the genus Anemone, as Anemone americana, A. hepatica, or A. nobilis. [1] [2]Eriophorum angustifolium, commonly known as common cottongrass or common cottonsedge, is a species of flowering plant in the sedge family, Cyperaceae.Native to North America, North Asia, and Northern Europe, it grows on peat or acidic soils, in open wetland, heath or moorland.It begins to flower in April or May and, after fertilisation in …Flora of North America : Taxon Id: Name # Lower Taxa : Volume: 130659: Solidago : 153: eFlora Home | People Search | Help | ActKey | Hu Cards | Glossary |Crataegus brachyacantha is among the taller hawthorns in North America; its petals turn orange with age or on drying. The short, recurved thorns and bitter, oblate-orbiculate, black fruit also are distinctive and help to distinguish C. brachyacantha from C. saligna of Colorado and Utah (ser. Cerrones), which is similar in foliage and flower.Species ca. 77 (17 in the flora): worldwide. The species of 7d. Schoenoplectus sect. Supini produce two morphologically different types of achenes. They have solitary, pistillate (amphicarpic) flowers enclosed in basal leaf sheaths in addition to the terminal inflorescences on the culms. ... In North America their culms are used, mostly ...Species ca. 50 (1 in the flora). A number of species of Scilla are commonly grown for their early, showy spring flowers, and present the possibility of becoming naturalized. In particular, S. bifolia Linnaeus, two-leaved squill, has been reported in Michigan (E. G. Voss 1972-1985, vol. 1) and northwestern Indiana (F. Swink and G. S. Wilhelm ...Visit this flora’s website Northern America Vascular Plants of the Americas WFO Status: not yet imported The Vascular Plants of the Americas (VPA) website contains the first integrated assessment of all known native species of vascular plants in the New World. It includes 128,716 species in 6,227 genera, and 355 families (Jan. 2019).Discussion. Varieties 2 (2 in the flora). Erythronium americanum is a very common and widespread species, particularly in northeastern North America, becoming less frequent towards the southern and western limits of its range. Nonflowering plants far outnumber flowering ones in most populations because of their extensive stolon production.Flora of North America : Taxon Id: Name : Volume: 233501079: Quercus rubra : FNA Vol. 3: eFlora Home | People Search | Help | ActKey | Hu Cards | Glossary |The vast majority of North American species have been transferred to Boechera (x = 7), a genus distinct morphologically, cytologically, and molecularly (Al-Shehbaz 2003b; M. D. Windham and Al-Shehbaz 2006, 2007, 2007b). As currently circumscribed, Arabis (x = 8) is a primarily Eurasian genus with only 15 species in North America.The Missouri Botanical Garden Press plays a key role in the Garden's mission to discover and share knowledge about plants and their environment and provides an important outlet for the dissemination of botanical research. The Press publishes two peer-reviewed journals in addition to book-length titles and monographs.1. Leaves thick, leathery, strongly reticulately veined abaxially; achenes 1.4-2 mm, reddish brown to dark brown; coastal w North America. Fragaria chiloensis. 1. Leaves thin, sometimes slightly leathery, not reticulately veined abaxially; achenes 1-1.8 mm, yellowish green to reddish brown; mostly inland North America, sometimes coastal ...1. Leaves simple, usually 3-lobed. Rubus arcticus subsp. stellatus. 1. Leaves usually ternate. > 2. 2. Central leaflets ovate to rhombic, bases rounded to attenuate, not cuneate, apices usually acute; flowers 1-3; petals obovate, apex entire or slightly emarginate. Rubus arcticus subsp. arcticus.Flora of North America : Family List: Online Volumes. Volume 1: Introduction: Volume 2: Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms 12. Sori round or nearly so, indusia present or absent; petiole with 2 or more vascular bundles. > 15. 13. Adaxial grooves of costae shallow, not decurrent into rachis groove; multicellular hairs borne along costae, especially adaxially; stems moderately long-creeping; blades 1-pinnate-pinnatifid. Deparia.Online floras and similar projects. Polygonatum odoratum. Photos by The Biodiversity of the Hengduan Mountains ProjectEquisetum are still unknown in North America, but they should be sought, especially north of 45° N latitude. According to W.J. Cody and D.M. Britton (1989), E. × font-queri occurs rarely in British Columbia and materials possibly representing E. × arcticum Rothmaler have been taken in the Richardson Mountain region of Mackenzie.Flora of North America : Taxon Id: Name : Volume: 210001651: Pinus serotina : FNA Vol. 2: eFlora Home | People Search | Help | ActKey | Hu Cards | Glossary |BONAP maintains relatively complete phytogeographic and related botanical databases for all free-living vascular plants found in North America (north of Mexico). For over four decades, we have worked collaboratively with many federal and state government agencies, private groups and individuals across the continent to produce and edit our ...Plants annual or perennial; habit various. Culms 3-800 cm, not woody, sometimes branching above the base; internodes solid or hollow. Ligules membranous and ciliate, or of hairs, rarely completely membranous; blades sometimes pseudopetiolate. Inflorescences spicate panicles with highly reduced branches termed fascicles; panicles 1-many per plant, terminal on the culms or on both the culms and ...Discussion. Some species traditionally included in Polypodium are treated here in other genera, for example, Pleopeltis and Pecluma.. Except for the tropical species Polypodium triseriale, North American Polypodium is a complex assemblage of interactive species. The North American species have ties to European taxa (e.g., P. vulgare sensu stricto, which probably originated by allopolyploidy ...the urban flora of North American began with the forced opening up. of Japan to the W est in 1853. From this date and continuing through. 1920, new plants from Asia poured into North America with ...Etymology: Greek kupeiros, name for Eurasian Cyperus longus Linnaeus. Treatment appears in FNA Volume 23. Treatment on page 141. Mentioned on page 7, 154, 162, 163, 164, 168, 170, 184. Herbs, perennial or less often annual, cespitose or not, rhizomatous, stoloniferous, rarely tuberous. Culms solitary or not, trigonous or round, glabrous or ...Discussion. Species ca. 25 (9 in the flora). Philadelphus has a relictual distribution in western and southeastern North America, Mexico, and Central America (from southwestern Canada south in the western cordillera to Panama); southern Europe (perhaps only by human introduction); the Caucasus; and eastern Asia. It is naturalized elsewhere, including most temperate areas of the western and ...Liatris hirsuta. Rydberg. Liatris hirsuta, commonly called hairy gayfeather, [1] is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is native to North America, where it is found primarily in the Midwestern and South-Central regions of the United States. [1] [2] Its typical natural habitat is glades, rocky bluffs, and upland prairies.Symphyotrichum novi-belgii is a North American species which has become naturalized in parts of Europe, thriving in ruderal and waste areas, and mainly spreading vegetatively ().According to Hoffmann (1996), S. novi-belgii is considered as one of the most frequently occurring aster species in central Europe. Moreover, it belongs to these few …Flora of North America : Taxon Id: Name # Lower Taxa : Volume: 130085: Senecio : 77: eFlora Home | People Search | Help | ActKey | Hu Cards | Glossary |Achenes reticulate; plants annuals with weak bases, lacking rhizomes, with fibrous roots. Scleria verticillata: 2 Achenes essentially smooth; plants perennials with firm bases, with rhizomes. > 3: 3 Inflorescences ± branched, spicate-paniculate; contra-ligules well developed, ciliate. Scleria lithosperma: 3Erythronium americanum, the trout lily, yellow trout lily, or yellow dogtooth violet, is a species of perennial, colony forming, spring ephemeral flower native to North America and dwelling in woodland habitats. Within its range it is a very common and widespread species, especially in eastern North America. The common name "trout lily" refers to the …The species is an important successional tree, coming up readily after fires, logging, or the abandonment of cultivated land. The relatively soft, whitish wood is used extensively for such items as clothespins, spools, ice cream sticks, and toothpicks, as well as for pulpwood for paper. Betula papyrifera is the state tree of New Hampshire.a Cosmos sp. at Yogyakarta region of Indonesia. Cosmos sulphureus is a species of flowering plant in the sunflower family Asteraceae, also known as sulfur cosmos and yellow cosmos. It is native to Mexico, Central America, and northern South America, and naturalized in other parts of North and South America as well as in Europe, Asia, and …Discussion. Species ca. 450 (34 in the flora). Veronica includes many horticultural and weedy plants. Introduction and subsequent naturalization of species is often a possibility. The classification by D. C. Albach et al. (2004b) recognized 13 subgenera within Veronica; this was reduced to 12 by P. J. Garnock-Jones et al. (2007).Of these 12, ten are represented in the flora area.Polygonum torreyi S. Watson. Polygonum minimum is a species of flowering plant in the knotweed family known by the common name broadleaf knotweed. It is native to much of western North America where it can be found in mountainous regions. It grows in the subalpine and alpine climates of high mountain ranges from Alaska to Arizona and New …Background The North American continent treated in the Flora of North America. Over Earth's long history the climate has shifted. The distribution of plants in North America has shifted too. Biomes map of ice-age periods and current conditions are strikingly different. Mean annual temperature during the last full-glacial period was about 6ºC ...Danthonia spicata grows in dry rocky, sandy, or mineral soils, generally in open sunny places. Its range includes most of boreal and temperate North America and extends south into northeastern Mexico. Phenotypically, Danthonia spicata is quite variable, expressing different growth forms under different conditions (Dore and McNeill 1980 ...Native Wildflower Seeds and Plants Nursery (Ion Exchange, Inc.) New England Botanical Club (NEBC) New England Wild Flower Society. North Creek Nurseries. Pollen.com. Prairie Moon Nursery, Inc. Prairie Nursery. Southwest Wildflowers. University of California, Berkeley, The Jepson Online Interchange California Floristics.For instance, Bromus tectorum (cheatgrass) is a noxious, fire-prone invader of western North American ecosystems; it is also welcomed as a source of early spring feed in some parts of the Flora region. Cynodon dactylon (bermudagrass) is listed as a noxious weed in some jurisdictions; in others it is valued as a lawn grass.Eragrostis plana. 37. Panicles 4-30 cm wide, open, ovate to oblong; primary branches diverging 10-90° from the rachises; lemmas without punctate glands on the keels; pedicels 0.4-22 mm long, usually diverging, occasionally appressed; plants native to the southern United States. > 38.FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA. FNA presents for the first time, in one published reference source, information on the names, taxonomic relationships, continent-wide distributions, and morphological characteristics of all plants native and naturalized found in North America north of Mexico. The Flora will appear in 30 volumes and will be available in ...Common names: Maleberry staggerbush. Etymology: For John Lyon, 1765-1814, Scottish-born, early American botanist and explorer of southern Appalachians. Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on page 500. Mentioned on page 372, 376, 497, 507. Shrubs or trees, (sometimes with woody burl, resprouting after fire).Crataegus (/ k r ə ˈ t iː ɡ ə s /), commonly called hawthorn, quickthorn, thornapple, May-tree, whitethorn, Mayflower or hawberry, is a genus of several hundred species of shrubs and trees in the family Rosaceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Europe, Asia, North Africa and North America. The name "hawthorn" was originally …Flora of North America : Taxon Id: Name : Volume: 200023717: Coreopsis lanceolata: eFlora Home | People Search | Help | ActKey | Hu Cards | Glossary |Common names: White trillium great white trillium white wake-robin trille grandiflore. Basionym: Trillium rhomboideum var. grandiflorum Michaux Fl. Bor.-Amer. 1: 216. 1803 Trillium erythrocarpum Curtis 1805. Treatment appears in FNA Volume 26. Mentioned on page 99. Rhizomes short, thick, praemorse. Scapes (1-)2-3 (-many), round in cross ...The Consortium began with a focus on North American herbaria. It now welcomes all herbaria to join the Consortium to share specimen records with the international research community via this platform. We currently serve the data through an English and Spanish language interface; a French version is in development. ...Genera ca. 60, species 1700 (22 genera, 284 species in the flora). The flowers of many species of Ranunculaceae begin to open long before anthesis, while the floral organs are just partly expanded. Only mature flowers with open anthers should be used for determination of diagnostic characteristics (especially measurements).The Cupressaceae, with a known fossil record extending back to the Jurassic (C. N. Miller Jr. 1988), constitute a diverse family often divided between Cupressaceae in the strict sense (for genera with leaves opposite in four ranks or whorled) and Taxodiaceae (leaves mostly alternate), but they are best kept together (J. E. Eckenwalder 1976; R ...Plants annual or perennial. Culms 5-200 cm, erect or decumbent, usually geniculate; nodes and internodes usually glabrous. Sheaths open, usually glabrous; ligules membranous, ciliate, cilia as long as or longer than the basal membrane; blades flat or folded, margins cartilaginous, scabridulous. Inflorescences terminal, spikelike panicles of highly reduced branches termed fascicles (burs ...The Native Plant Society of New Jersey is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation, protection, and study of the native flora of New Jersey. Founded in 1985, we have hundreds of members across the state, and are organized into county and regional chapters. Our members include gardeners, horticulturists, naturalists ...Senecio mississipianus DC. [4] Packera glabella (formerly Senecio glabellus) is one of several plants with the common name butterweed, this one has also been called cressleaf groundsel and yellowtop. It is native to central and southeastern North America but spreads so aggressively, overtaking other native plants, that it is considered invasive.USDA Forest Service-Silvics of North America (QURU) Virginia Tech Dendrology (QURU) Quercus rubra L. northern red oak. Data Source. Last Revised by: Curated and maintained by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Team. Data Documentation. The PLANTS Database includes the following data sources of Quercus rubra L. Documentation State TypeDescription. C. hirtus is an approx. 50 cm high, annual/ perennial herbaceous, erect or spreading plant. The following description is taken from the Flora of North America Editorial Committee (2016): …Trophopods in North American species of Athyrium (Aspleniaceae). Syst. Bot. 11: 26--31. Kato, M. 1977. Classification of Athyrium and allied genera of Japan. Bot. Mag. (Tokyo) 90: 23--40. ... Flora of North America Association + Illustrator. John Myers + Indument presence. absent + Indusium presence. absent + Kind quantity. 1 + Leaf ...Hepatica americana. ( DC.) Ker Gawl. Hepatica americana, the round-lobed hepatica, is a herbaceous flowering plant in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. It is native to the eastern United States and Canada. [1] It is sometimes considered part of the genus Anemone, as Anemone americana, A. hepatica, or A. nobilis. [1] [2]1. Stigmas capitate or peltate; stems usually trailing, twining, scandent, sprawling, or climbing, rarely erect. > 4. 2. Leaf blades with hairs along veins on abaxial face distinctly multicellular, 0.2-0.6 mm, bases of blades cordate. Fallopia sachalinensis.Diatoms of North America is a collaborative work in progress, growing and changing as science advances. Taxon Contributors. ... This project depends on many people to document the diverse diatom flora of streams, rivers, wetlands, lakes, springs, soils, estuaries and coastal zones. Become a contributor .Species ca. 200 (27 in the flora): warmer regions in the Americas from the sw United States and Florida s to the Caribbean Islands and into Mexico, Central America, and tropical South America; widely cultivated. Specimens of Agave are planted occasionally for their horticultural value in warmer regions.1. Leaves simple, usually 3-lobed. Rubus arcticus subsp. stellatus. 1. Leaves usually ternate. > 2. 2. Central leaflets ovate to rhombic, bases rounded to attenuate, not cuneate, apices usually acute; flowers 1-3; petals obovate, apex entire or slightly emarginate. Rubus arcticus subsp. arcticus.Species ca. 70 (7 in the flora). Bacopa laxiflora (Bentham) Wettstein ex Edwall, native to Central America and South America, has been introduced to Mexico and may be expected in the flora area. Plants of B. laxiflora resemble B. monnieri; they differ by erect stems and acute leaf blade apices.Distribution. Juncus effusus has a wide distribution, considered native in Europe, Asia, Africa, Madagascar, North America, and South America.It has naturalized in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and various oceanic islands.. It grows in wet areas, such as wetlands, riparian areas, and marshes with sandy and peaty substrates. It is common …Aug 16, 2023 · Volumes under Production. The following volumes are currently in preparation or production mode. Provisional publications that have been through the editorial process and await publication are available here . Click on a volume # for individual families, genera, contributors names and email addresses, and if the manuscript has been received. Flora of North America is indispensable as a compendium of information for the management of resources, for land use planning, and for conservation efforts. As a …Arundinaria is a genus of bamboo in the grass family the members of which are referred to generally as cane. Arundinaria is the only bamboo native to North America, with a native range from Maryland south to Florida and west to the southern Ohio Valley and Texas. Within this region Arundinaria canes are found from the Coastal Plain to medium …The botanical community already recognizes a different set of family relationships than presented in the Flora of North America North of Mexico. Keys. Three different keys are provided here to permit more effective identification throughout the annual phenological cycle in Populus: a key to flowering specimens that may also be used (but not ...Flora of North America Association + Illustrator. John Myers + Inner coat texture. hard + Leaf-blade width. broader than long + Leaf architecture. simple + Leaf arrangement. alternate;fascicled + Long-shoot presence. absent + Megasporophyll development. modified + Number of lower taxa. 1 + Outer coat texture.Species ca. 70 (7 in the flora). Bacopa laxiflora (Bentham) Wettstein ex Edwall, native to Central America and South America, has been introduced to Mexico and may be expected in the flora area. Plants of B. laxiflora resemble B. monnieri; they differ by erect stems and acute leaf blade apices.Erythronium americanum, the trout lily, yellow trout lily, or yellow dogtooth violet, is a species of perennial, colony forming, spring ephemeral flower native to North America and dwelling in woodland habitats. Within its range it is a very common and widespread species, especially in eastern North America. The common name "trout lily" refers to the …Flora of North America North of Mexico is a synoptic floristic account of the plants of North America north of Mexico: the continental United States of America (including the …The largest lake in North America is Lake Superior. The lake is the largest of the Great Lakes of North America and has a surface area of 31,700 square miles. Lake Superior is the largest freshwater lake in the world by surface area and the...Discussion. Some species traditionally included in Polypodium are treated here in other genera, for example, Pleopeltis and Pecluma.. Except for the tropical species Polypodium triseriale, North American Polypodium is a complex assemblage of interactive species. The North American species have ties to European taxa (e.g., P. vulgare sensu stricto, which probably originated by allopolyploidy ...Species 10 (3 in the flora). Morus nigra Linnaeus has been reported in floras by various authors (J. K. Small 1903, 1933; R. W. Long and O. Lakela 1971), apparently based on dark-fruited M. alba. It is native to Asia, commonly cultivated in Europe for its fruit, and locally naturalized in southern Europe.Sambucus nigra is a species complex of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae native to most of Europe. [1] Common names include elder, elderberry, black elder, European elder, European elderberry, and European black elderberry. [2] [3] It grows in a variety of conditions including both wet and dry fertile soils, primarily in sunny locations.University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU), North Carolina Botanical Garden, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Flora covers the biogeographic region of the moist, relictual, unglaciated southeastern North America: south of the glacial boundary and east of the “dry line” to the west that marks a marked ...Crataegus uniflora is somewhat variable in plant size, leaf shape, number of flowers to an inflorescence (though commonly one), and anther color (usually ivory to cream). The typical form, which is common, has 1- or 2-flowered inflorescences, and is usually a small shrub with more or less spatulate to narrowly obovate leaves.Welcome. Flora of North America (FNA) presents for the first time, in one published reference source, information on the names, taxonomic relationships, continent-wide distributions, and morphological characteristics of all plants native and naturalized found in North America north of Mexico.Seeds absent or few. x = 17. Species ca. 20 (18 in the flora): North America, nw Mexico, Europe, e, w Asia, n Africa. Amelanchier plants grow well in full sun and tend to form larger populations in more or less disturbed habitats and woodland margins. Identification from herbarium specimens is often inconclusive.A phylogenetic analysis of western North American Draba (Brassicaceae) based on nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences from the ITS region. Syst. Bot. 28: 584-592. Ekman, E. 1929. Studies in the genus Draba. Svensk Bot. Tidskr. 23: 476-495. Ekman, E. 1930. Contribution to the Draba flora of Greenland. II.. Plants 0.5-1.5 m. Stems erect to spreading, crisply pube1. Stems usually erect or ascending, rare Categorical Glossary for the Flora of North America Project. Compiled by Robert W. Kiger and Duncan M. Porter and published as the Categorical Glossary for the Flora of North America Project (2001), this selective glossary attempts to reconcile, integrate, and codify the traditional terminology of plant-taxonomic description, and should be especially useful for computer-based comparative ...North American and Mexican populations overlap in these characters and are treated here as a single taxon. Cornus florida, the state tree of Missouri and Virginia and the state flower of North Carolina, is an understory tree that can form spectacular displays when flowering. Cultivars with pink to red bracts are often planted as ornamentals. Synonyms: Castanea alnifolia Nuttall Castanea alnifolia var. florida Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on page 502. Mentioned on page 501. Shrubs, to 1.5 m. Stems erect, terete to slightly angled. Leaves deciduous; blade narrowly to widely elliptic, ovate, or obovate, (2.5-) 3-8 (-10.5) × 1-4 (-5) cm, membranous, base narrowly cuneate to rounded, margins entire, plane to slightly revolute ... Outer cortical cells of branches of two kinds, s...

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