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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
ConvolvulaceaeJacquemontia curtissiiPineland JacquemontiaPine rocklands (xero-hydric pine rockland savannas with extensive limestone outcrops, xeric in the dry season, and numerous small to large hydric solution holes), mesic pine flatwoods, marl prairies, calcareous fringing wet prairies.Endemic to s. FL.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeJacquemontia havanensisHavana Jacquemontia, CampanitasBeach dunes, coastal berms, scrubby tropical hammocks.S. peninsular FL; West Indies; s. Mexico (ROO, YUC) to Central America.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeJacquemontia pentanthosSkyblue JacquemontiaPine rocklands, rockland hammocks, coastal rock barrens.S. peninsular FL; West Indies; Mexico, Central America, and South America.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeJacquemontia reclinataBeach JacquemontiaCoastal strands.Endemic to se. peninsular FL (Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties).image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeJacquemontia tamnifoliaCommon JacquemontiaFields, roadsides, other disturbed areas.Se. VA south to FL, west to AR and TX; also widespread in West Indies, Central America, and South America, its original range difficult to determine, probably adventive in much of our region. Fox, Godfrey, & Blomquist (1952) reported the first collections of the species in NC, in 1938 and 1950, from obviously disturbed situations.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeJacquemontia verticillataWhorled ClustervineDisturbed areas.Native of West Indies and Central America.

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