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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
FabaceaeAeschynomene americana var. americanaShyleafMoist, disturbed sites.S. GA south to s. FL, westwards in Panhandle FL, s. AL, and s. LA; West Indies; Mexico, Central America, and South America; reported for se. Asia.image of plant
FabaceaeAeschynomene fluitansGiant Water Sensitive-vetchPonds and lakes.Native of Africa.
FabaceaeAeschynomene indicaSouthern JointvetchMarshes, ditches, disturbed wetlands.Apparently native to se. North America, from NC west to AR, south to s. FL, TX, and Mexico (TAM, TAB); now widespread in the tropics and subtropics of the Old World and New World.image of plant
FabaceaeAeschynomene pratensis var. pratensisFlorida JointvetchMarl prairies, marshes, sloughs.Endemic to s. peninsular FL.
FabaceaeAeschynomene rudisFrisolilloRoadside ditches, rice fields, disturbed wetlands.Native of South America, introduced in se. United States, recently becoming a weedimage of plant
FabaceaeAeschynomene virginicaNorthern Jointvetch, Sensitive JointvetchFresh to brackish tidal marshes and adjacent ditches, fields, and disturbed areas.NJ to ne. NC.image of plant

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