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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
IridaceaeSisyrinchium albidumWhite Blue-eyed-grassWoodlands, mesic longleaf pine sandhills, open limestone barrens, prairies.S. NY west to s. WI, south to Panhandle FL and e. TX.
IridaceaeSisyrinchium angustifoliumCommon Blue-eyed-grass, Narrow-leaved Blue-eyed-grass, Stout Blue-eyed-grassWoodlands, forests, meadows, longleaf pine sandhill swales.VT, NH, and s. ON west to WI, e. KS, and OH, south to GA, AL, LA, and e. TX.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium arenicolaSandyland Blue-eyed-grassPine-oak/heath woodlands and barrens, other sandy habitats.A Coastal Plain endemic: MA to e. MD (Caroline Co.) (Knapp et al. 2011).
IridaceaeSisyrinchium atlanticumAtlantic Blue-eyed-grass, Eastern Blue-eyed GrassDry, sandy or rocky places, moist meadows, bogs, pine savannas, streambanks.NS and ME west to OH, IN, and MO, south to s. FL and e. TX.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium biformeWiry Blue-eyed-grassDunes, prairies, other sandy soils.E. LA west to s. and c. TX and south into Mexico (TAM).image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium calciphilumGlade Blue-eyed-grass, Alabama Blue-eyed-grass, Limestone Blue-eyed-grassCalcareous glades.Endemic to n. AL.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium campestrePrairie Blue-eyed-grassPrairies, especially in sandy soils.MI and SD south to MS and NM.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium capillareWiry Blue-eyed-grassWet pine savannas and flatwoods, acid seepages in the lower Piedmont.Mainly Coastal Plain, from se. VA south to ne. FL.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium corymbosumPinelands.Se. GA and ne. FL west to s. AL.
IridaceaeSisyrinchium dichotomumWhite Irisette, Isothermal IrisetteDry to mesic woodlands and forests, usually over mafic rocks (such as amphibolite), at low to moderate elevations (400-1000 m) in the Blue Ridge escarpment.Endemic to Henderson, Polk, and Rutherford counties, NC, and Greenville County, SC.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium elizabethiaeElizabeth's Blue-eyed-grassDry woodlands and forests over deep sandy soils.E. TX & w. LA.
IridaceaeSisyrinchium ensigerumSwordleaf Blue-eyed-grassPrairies.OK south to c. TX and Mexico.
IridaceaeSisyrinchium fuscatumCoastal Plain Blue-eyed-grassXeric to dry soils of pine barrens, Carolina bay rims, longleaf pine sandhills, fluvial sand ridges.E. VA south to n. FL, west to LA.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium helleriHeller's Blue-eyed-grassCalcareous coastal prairies and adjacent roadsides.Endemic in se. to s. TX.
IridaceaeSisyrinchium langloisiiPale Blue-eyed-grassSandy woodlands.AR and OK south to w. LA and s. TX; allegedly disjunct eastward in AL, GA, MS, TN, and nw. GA, but some of these records at least are suspect.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium miamienseMiami Blue-eyed-grassMoist disturbed areas.Ne. FL, s. GA, and se. SC south to s. FL and west to s. MS; West Indies.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium micranthumLawn Blue-eyed-grass, Fairy Stars, Annual Blue-eyed-grassLawns, roadsides, prairies, pinelands.Apparently introduced from South America (se. VA south to s. FL, west to e. TX).image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium minusLeast Blue-eyed-grassFloodplains, mudflats, ditches, oak flatwoods, oak savannas, prairies.E. LA, n. LA, se. AR, west to c. TX and n. Mexico; disjunct in sw. AL (Black Belt) and reportedly MS. The AL occurrences are reported and discussed by England & Keener (2017). Reported for NC (Sida 1962) and MS {check}.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium montanum var. crebrum{habitat in our area not known}.NL (Newfoundland) and ON south to NY and n. NJ.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium montanum var. montanumForests, fields.NL west to AK, south to NJ, PA, WV, n. OH, nw. IN, ne. IL, nc. OK, NM. Reported for n. WV (Harmon, Ford-Werntz, & Grafton 2006).image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium mucronatumNeedle-tip Blue-eyed-grassForests, woodlands, fields.ME west to SK, south to SC, GA, TN, MI, and MN.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium myrioflorumDeep sandy soils on the South Texas Sandsheet and closely adjacent.S. TX.
IridaceaeSisyrinchium nashiiNash's Blue-eyed-grassDryish woodlands and forests, longleaf pine sandhills, pine rocklands, scrubby flatwoods.NC and TN (and sw. VA?) south to s. FL and MS.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium pruinosumPrairies and calcareous glades and barrens.AR south to w. LA and AR; disjunct at scattered localities eastward in e. LA, MS, AL, and sc. TN.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium rufipesXeric-dry longleaf pine sandhills, fluvial sand ridges.Se. NC to n. FL, west to s. AL.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium sagittiferumSpear-bract Blue-eyed-grassLow wet areas.S. AR and s. OK south to e. LA, w. LA, and e. TX. Supposedly ranges east to AL (FNA), these reports regarded as unsubstantiated (D. Spaulding, 2013, pers. comm.).
IridaceaeSisyrinchium species 1 [Buck Creek]Buck Creek Blue-eyed-grassSerpentine barrens.Endemic as far as is known to the Buck Creek Serpentine Barren, Clay County, NC.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium species 2 [chalk]Chalk Belt Blue-eyed-grassLimestone outcrops and other calcareous woodlands, Jackson prairiesCoastal Plain of GA, AL, and MS.
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IridaceaeSisyrinchium texanumTexas Blue-eyed-grassSandy or loamy coastal prairies, fields, grassy bayous, and adjacent roadsides.Se. TX.image of plant
IridaceaeSisyrinchium variansVariable Blue-eyed-grassCalcareous woodlands, prairies, and adjacent roadsides usually closely adjacent to rocky or gravelly outcroppings.Endemic in se. TX.
IridaceaeSisyrinchium xerophyllumFlorida Blue-eyed-grassFlorida scrub and other xeric sandy sites.S. GA (?) south to s. peninsular FL; also alleged to occur in NC (FNA) but this report does not seem plausible.image of plant

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