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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
RanunculaceaeActaea pachypodaWhite Baneberry, Dolls'-eyes, White CohoshRich cove forests and slopes.QC and MN south to c. GA, FL Panhandle, s. AL, s. MS, e. LA, and OK.image of plant
RanunculaceaeActaea podocarpaMountain Black-cohosh, Late Black-cohoshRich cove forests and slopes, at moderate to high elevations.Endemic to the Southern and Central Appalachians: s. PA to w. NC, ne. GA, and e. TN; disjunct in nw. Illinois (Driftless Area) (P. Marcum, pers.comm., 2023).image of plant
RanunculaceaeActaea racemosaCommon Black-cohosh, Early Black-cohoshRich cove forests, other mesic and moderately to very fertile forests.Primarily Appalachian: w. MA south to SC and c. GA, but extending e. into the Coastal Plain and west to OH, IN, MO, and AR.image of plant
RanunculaceaeActaea rubifoliaAppalachian Black-cohoshRich cove forests over calcareous rocks (limestone or dolostone), westwards in shaded sandstone ravines.Sw. VA south to e. TN; disjunct in s. IL, w. KY, nw. TN, and nc. AL. This species is alleged by C (1991) to occur in NC, but this is probably an error, based on confusion with Cimicifuga cordifolia Pursh, now considered a form of Actaea racemosa. For this reason, the name Actaea cordifolia used by Compton, Culham, & Jury (1998) does not apply to this taxon.image of plant
RanunculaceaeActaea rubraRed BaneberryMoist forests.Circumboreal, in e. North America to ec. NJ (Monmouth Co.), sc. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993; Rhoads & Block 2007), OH, IN, IL, IA, ne. KS, NM, AZ, and CA.image of plant

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