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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
RosaceaeAmelanchier amabilisLovely ShadbushRocky, calcareous forests.QC and ON south to NY, nc. PA (Tioga County), and ne. OH.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier arboreaDowny ServiceberryDry to moist forests, seepage and depression wetlands.NS west to MN, south to Panhandle FL and e. TX (Holmes, Singhurst, & Loos 2014).image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier bartramianaOblong-fruited ServiceberryBogs, sphagnous thickets.NL (Labrador) west to MN, south to PA, WV, WI, and MI.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier canadensisEastern ServiceberryPocosins, acidic wetlands, bogs, wet pine flatwoods, maritime forests.NS and NB south to GA, mainly on the Coastal Plain.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier humilisRocky, calcareous areas.QC west to ND, south to montane MD, WV, WI, and MI.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier intermediaMoist to wet areas.NL (Newfoundland) west to MN, south to VA, w. NC, and MI.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier laevisSmooth Serviceberry, Currant TreeMesic to dry forests, high elevation forests, balds.NS west to MN, south to e. VA, w. NC, w. SC, AL, w. TN, and IA.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier nantucketensisNantucket ServiceberryCliff ledges, rock outcrops, river scour terraces.NS and ME south disjunctly to the Potomac River Gorge, n. VA and sc. MD (Knapp et al. 2011), and to Table Rock, SC.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier obovalisCoastal Plain ServiceberryPocosins, pine savannas, organic soil mats on granitic domes.NJ, DE, and PA south to GA.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier sanguineaRoundleaf Serviceberry, New England ServiceberryDry, rocky woodlands and outcrops, especially over mafic or calcareous rocks.ME west to MN, south to w. NC, TN, n. AL, and IA.image of plant
RosaceaeAmelanchier spicataDwarf ServiceberryDry, acidic, rocky or sandy sites.NL (Newfoundland) west to ND, south to w. NC, w. SC, GA, AL, WI, and MI.image of plant

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