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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha arvensisDisturbed ground.Native of West Indies, Mexico, and Central America. Reported inside greenhouses in Madison County, KY (Adanick & Medley 2020).image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha deamiiBig-seeded Copperleaf, Two-seeded CopperleafAlluvial forests, especially on sandy levees.Sw. PA (Rhoads & Block 2007), s. OH, and s. IN south to w. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997) and n. AR; apparently disjunct east of the Blue Ridge in VA (where now known from 23 counties, mainly in the Piedmont) and WV (Jefferson County, along the Potomac River), but perhaps only overlooked elsewhere.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha gracilensShortstalk Copperleaf, Slender CopperleafWoodlands, disturbed ground.ME west to WI, south to FL and TX.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha ostryifoliaRough-pod Copperleaf, Hop-hornbeam CopperleafDry, sandy soil of woodlands, disturbed ground, ditches.NJ west to IN and NE, south to FL, TX; West Indies.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha rhomboideaRhombic CopperleafWoodlands, disturbed ground.NS and ME west to ND, south to Panhandle FL and e. TX.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha setosaCuban CopperleafDisturbed ground.Native of West Indies, Mexico, Central America, and n. South America.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha virginicaVirginia CopperleafWoodlands and disturbed ground.ME west to IN, IL, MO, and KS, south to c. GA and TX.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha alopecuroideaFoxtail CopperleafDisturbed areas.Native of the Neotropics.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha poiretiiDry sandy or gravelly areas (s. TX); eastwards in our region as a waif on ballast, perhaps in other disturbed areas.S. TX, south into Mexico and beyond. Native of the Neotropics.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha herzogianaStrawberry Firetails, Dwarf CattailDisturbed ground, grown as an ornamental, and escaping via vegetative growth.Native of South America.
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha chamaedrifoliaEverglades CopperleafPine rocklands, marl prairies, disturbed uplands.S. FL; West Indies.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha monococcaOzark CopperleafGlades, prairies, oak woodlands, woodland edges.IL and se. IA south to w. LA and e. and c. TX.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha monostachyaRound CopperleafDry, rocky or gravelly areas.S. and w. TX south to s. Mexico.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha radiansRound-Croton, Yerba de la Rabia, Cardinal's-featherDry sandy or gravelly areas.C. TX south to n. Mexico (SLP, TAM, VER).image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha wilkesianaPainted Copperleaf, Beefsteak-plant, Match-me-if-you-can, Wilkes’s CopperleafDisturbed uplands; cultivar presumably originating in the Pacific Islands.
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha phleoidesLindheimer's CopperleafRocky slopes, especially over limestone.Nc. TX c. NM, and s. AZ south to s. Mexico.image of plant
EuphorbiaceaeAcalypha australisAsian CopperleafDisturbed areas.Native of e. Asia.image of plant

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