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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
ApiaceaeEryngium aquaticumMarsh EryngoTidal freshwater to brackish marshes; slightly inland in wet peaty pine savannas over calcareous substrates.NY (Staten Island) and NJ to ne. FL along the Atlantic coast; Gulf Coast of FL Panhandle, s. AL, and s. MS.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium arenosumSand Sheet EryngoDry sandy grasslands and mesquite woodlands.Endemic to the South Texas Sand Sheet (Brooks, Cameron, Kenedy, Kleberg, Nueces, and Willacy counties).
ApiaceaeEryngium aromaticumFragrant EryngoLongleaf pine sandhills, dry pine flatwoods, Florida scrub.E. GA south to s. FL.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium baldwiniiPinelands, temporary pools, ditches, other moist to wet sites.Se. SC and sw. GA south to s. FL. Reported for Mobile County, AL (H. Horne, pers.comm., 2015).image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium campestreField EryngoBallast waif around ports, in AL (Mobile), MD, PA, and NJ (Bell 1963; Kartesz 2020).Native of Eurasia.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium cuneifoliumWedgeleaf Eryngo, Scrub EryngoFlorida scrub.Endemic to c. peninsular FL (Highlands County).image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium diffusumBushy EryngoSandy prairies, pastures, and roadsides.OK and TX.
ApiaceaeEryngium divaricatumDisturbed areas, introduced on ballast at old port towns (Wilmington, NC; Pensacola, FL). Not seen in recent years and probably not persistent.Native of South America.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium foetidumSpiritweed, Mexican CorianderDisturbed uplands.Native of Mexico, Central America, South America, and West Indies.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium hookeriHooker's EryngoDitches, other wet areas.W. MS and AR west to OK and TX, perhaps recently adventive in the eastward portions of that distribution, not credited as occurring east of TX in Matthias & Constance (1945).image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium integrifoliumSavanna EryngoPine savannas, pine flatwoods, seepages, swamps, wet meadows, other moist, nutrient-poor places.Se. VA (Greensville County) (Belden et al. 2004) and e. NC south to ne. FL and Panhandle FL, west to OK and TX, inland in c. TN.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium leavenworthiiLeavenworth's EryngoUpland prairies, pastures.Wc. MO and KS, south to sw. AR, se. TX, and sw. TX.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium maritimumSea HollyOcean and sound-side dunes.Native of Europe, and presumably an introduction on the east coast of North America.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium planumFlat Sea HollyOnce cultivated, and occasionally persistent or spread.Native of Eurasia.
ApiaceaeEryngium prostratumCreeping Eryngo, Spreading EryngoFloodplain forests, bogs, pond margins, moist ditches and lawns, other moist, open habitats; definitely native southward, perhaps only rather recently spread to the northern parts of our area.Se. VA south to FL, west to OK and TX.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium raveneliiRavenel's EryngoWet pine savannas, mostly or entirely over calcareous substrate.Se. SC (Berkeley and Charleston counties) south to sw. GA and s. FL. Reports for se. NC are based on inland populations of E. aquaticum.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium species 1Moccasin-masterAlong small streams through longleaf pine savannas.So far as is known, endemic to e. LA (Florida parishes), s. MS, and s. AL.
ApiaceaeEryngium yuccifolium var. synchaetumSouthern Rattlesnake-masterWet savannas, especially those over calcareous clay soils.A Southeastern Coastal Plain endemic: se. NC to s. FL and west across the Gulf Coastal Plain, the exact range limits obscure.image of plant
ApiaceaeEryngium yuccifolium var. yuccifoliumNorthern Rattlesnake-masterDiabase barrens and glades, olivine barrens, pine savannas, pine flatwoods over loamy or clay soils, wet to dry prairies, other open sites with at least periodic moisture, generally in sites showing some prairie affinities.Widespread in southeastern and midwestern North America, the exact range limits of the typic variety and var. synchaetum somewhat obscure; probably distributed from NJ, OH, s. MI, WI, MN, and NE south to Panhandle FL, AL, MS, n. LA, and e. TX.image of plant

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