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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
NyctaginaceaeBoerhavia coccineaWineflowerBeaches, shell middens, coastal strands (in FL), elsewhere in disturbed areas, adventive on ballast.FL, West Indies; Central and South America. Contrary to the statement in Radford, Ahles, & Bell (1968) that this species is "apparently not established" [in the Carolinas], it is well established on the Wilmington (New Hanover County, NC) waterfront.image of plant
NyctaginaceaeBoerhavia diffusaRed Spiderling, Spreading HogweedLongleaf pine sandhills, vacant lots, road shoulders, other dry disturbed areas.Pantropical and subtropical, in North America from se. NC south to s. FL, west to s. MS.image of plant
NyctaginaceaeBoerhavia erectaErect Spiderling, Smooth HogweedSandy fields, roadsides, disturbed areas, railroad yards.NC south to FL, west to TX and AZ, likely only introduced in the northern portions of our area (see map).image of plant
NyctaginaceaeBoerhavia ciliataLimestone and caliche in scrub.Se. TX, TAM and SLP.
NyctaginaceaeBoerhavia intermediaSlender SpiderlingDry grasslands and disturbed areas.S. TX west to s. CA, south to n. Mexico.
NyctaginaceaeBoerhavia linearifoliaDry, calcareous scrub.S. TX, c. TX, and se. NM south into Mexico (CHH, COA, NLE, VER).

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