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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AsteraceaeAgeratina altissimaCommon White Snakeroot, Common Milk-poisonMoist forests, such as cove forests.QC west to se. ND, south to Panhandle FL and c. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeAgeratina aromaticaSmall-leaved White Snakeroot, Wild-hoarhoundWoodlands and forests, usually xeric, and often fire-maintained, longleaf pine sandhills, also woodland edges.MA, NY, and OH, south to ne. FL, Panhandle FL, and e. LA (Florida parishes).image of plant
AsteraceaeAgeratina havanensisShrubby Boneset, Havana SnakerootCalcareous woodlands.C. TX south through ne. Mexico (CHH, COA, GTO, HGO, NLE, QRO, SLP, TAM, VER); Cuba, Bahamas.
AsteraceaeAgeratina jucundaHammock SnakerootLongleaf pine sandhills, Florida scrub, other dry pinelands, subxeric hardwood hammocks, dry roadsides.Se. GA south to s. FL, west to e. Panhandle FL.image of plant
AsteraceaeAgeratina luciae-brauniaeRockhouse White SnakerootSandstone rockhouses, at the base of sandstone cliffs (usually overhanging) in seepage or splash.Endemic to the Cumberland Plateau of ne. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997) and se. KY.image of plant
AsteraceaeAgeratina roanensisAppalachian White Snakeroot, Appalachian Milk-poisonMoist forests, often abundant at high elevations.Endemic to moderate to high elevations of the Southern Appalachians, from w. VA south to w. SC, n. GA, e. TN, e. KY, and possibly ne. AL.image of plant

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