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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
RanunculaceaeClematis addisoniiAddison's LeatherflowerDry to mesic calcareous barrens, woodlands, and forests, over dolostone (Elbrook Formation).Endemic to w. VA (Botetourt, Montgomery, Roanoke, and Rockbridge counties).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis albicomaWhite-haired LeatherflowerShale barrens.Endemic to w. VA (Alleghany, Augusta, Bath, Botetourt, Highland, and Rockbridge counties), and e. WV.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis arenicolaWest Gulf LeatherflowerDeep sandy soils of dry longleaf pine woodlands, sandy prairies, pine-oak savannas and woodlands.A West Gulf Coastal Plain endemic, of w. LA, e. TX, and sw. AR.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis baldwiniiPine-hyacinth, Flatwood ClematisWet pine flatwoods.Ne. FL south to s. FL.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis beadleiBeadle's LeatherflowerPiedmont and upper Coastal Plain on NC, SC, and GA.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis carrizoensisCarrizo Sands Leatherflower, Sand ClematisPost oak savannas, margins of post oak woodlands, and sandy prairies in the Carrizo Sands.Endemic to the Carrizo Sands, in ne. TX (Cherokee, Henderson, Smith, and Van Zandt counties) (Estes 2006; Carr 2016).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis catesbyanaCoastal Virgin's-bower, Satin-curlsDunes and interdune swales with abundant shell hash, calcareous woodlands, thickets, and glades, calcareous hammocks.Se. VA south to c. peninsular FL and west to LA, and inland especially in calcareous parts of c. KY, c. TN and n. AR and s. MO, as well as in the Ridge and Valley of VA and disjunct at Linville Caverns, McDowell County, NC, where on dolomite in a geologic window in the Blue Ridge.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis coactilisVirginia White-haired LeatherflowerShale barrens, shaly woodlands, dry calcareous barrens and woodlands.Endemic to w. VA (Botetourt, Craig, Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski, Roanoke, and Wythe counties).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis crispaMarsh Clematis, Southern Leatherflower, Swamp Leatherflower, Blue JasmineMarshes, tidal and non-tidal swamps, floodplain forests, disturbed wet or moist areas.FL to TX, north to se. VA and s. IL.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis cumberlandensisCumberland Leatherflower River-scour grasslands, shrublands, and woodlands over sandstone, also on limestone bluffs and mesic coves. Cumberland Plateau, Eastern Highland Rim, and rarely Central Basin of TN.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis drummondiiTexas Virgin's-bower, Old-man's-beard, Barbas de ChivatoSandy or rocky areas.S. OK, NM, and AZ, south to s. TX and c. Mexico.
RanunculaceaeClematis fremontiiFremont’s LeatherflowerCalcareous flatwoods and limestone or dolomite glades.E. MO, s. MO, nc. KS and sc. NE; disjunct in the Ridge and Valley of nw. GA (Floyd County) and se. TN (Hamilton County)image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis glaucophyllaWhite-leaved LeatherflowerDry rocky river bluffs, scrub-shrub over xeric alluvial deposits and fluvial sand ridges, wet hammocks (FL).Widespread in Southeastern United States, from se. TN and OK, south to FL Panhandle, LA, and TX, but apparently rare and poorly known. Previous attributions of this species for NC, SC, KY, and (perhaps) VA appear to be based on misidentifications.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis ligusticifoliaTraveler's-joyWaifs around old ports.Native of w. North America.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis morefieldiiMorefield's Leatherflower, Huntsville VasevineOn vertical limestone exposures, along seasonal washes in open calcareous woodlands.Endemic to nc. AL, se. TN, and nw. GA.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis occidentalis var. occidentalisPurple Clematis, Mountain ClematisRocky slopes over mafic rocks (greenstone, amphibolite), known positively in NC only from amphibolite peaks in Ashe County.Var. occidentalis is widespread in ne. North America, from NB west to w. ON, south to NJ, DE, OH, nw. IL, and ne. IA, and in the mountains to w. VA and w. NC.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis ochroleucaCurlyheadsDry woodlands and woodland borders, generally over mafic or calcareous rocks, such as diabase, gabbro, or calcareous siltstone.Primarily Piedmont: C. MD south to ec. GA; disjunct on Long Island, NY.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis ouachitensisOuachita LeatherflowerRiver-scour shrublands and woodlands over sandstone or shale.Endemic to the southern Ouachita Mountains of sw. AR and se. OK.
RanunculaceaeClematis pitcheri var. pitcheriBellflower LeatherflowerLimestone glades and barrens.IN, IL, IA, and e. NE south to w. KY, c. TN, ne. MS, AR, TX, and NM.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis reticulataNetleaf LeatherflowerDry, sandy woodlands, such as longleaf pine sandhills and dry hammocks.Se. SC south to c. peninsular FL, west to s. MS.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis socialisAlabama LeatherflowerWet calcareous flatwoods.Nw. GA (Floyd Co.) and ne. AL (St. Clair and Cherokee counties). Recently discovered in Piedmont of GA (the population needing additional study).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis species 10Gattinger's Leatherflower
RanunculaceaeClematis species 11image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis species 6Blackbelt LeatherflowerBlackbelt prairies.Blackbelt region of AL.
RanunculaceaeClematis species 7Oostanaula LeatherflowerExtreme se. TN south to nw. GA.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis species 8Ware's LeatherflowerGA and AL.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis subreticulataAlabama LeatherflowerRocky pine-oak woodlands, montane longleaf pine savannas, sandstone river-scour shrublands, xeric sandstone outcrop and glades, sandy bluffs and river banks.Sc. TN, ne. MS, c. and n. AL, and wc. GA.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis terminalisPine Mountain LeatherflowerRidgetop woodlands.Endemic to Pine Mountain, GA.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis ternifloraSweet Autumn Clematis, Yam-leaved Clematis, "Clemathy-vine"Disturbed areas.Native of e. Asia (Japan, China, Korea).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis texensisScarlet Clematis, Red LeatherflowerIn oak-juniper woodlands in mesic rocky limestone canyons or along perennial streams.Endemic to Edwards Plateau region of c. TX, and immediately adjoining areas.
RanunculaceaeClematis versicolorPale LeatherflowerRocky, calcareous woodlands, bluffs, and cliffs.Sc. KY, c. TN, nc. AL (Barger et al. 2019); Ozarks and Ouachitas of s. MO, n. and c. AR, and e. OK. Records from e. TX, e. TN, and MS are misidentifications.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis vinaceaOcoee Leatherflower, Wine-colored LeatherflowerRocky calcareous woodlands, bluffs, and cliffs.Endemic to se. TN (Polk County) and adjacent GA (Murray County).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis viornaNorthern Leatherflower, Vase-vineMesic forests, woodlands, thickets, especially over calcareous or mafic rocks.PA, IL, and MO south to GA and AR.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis virginianaVirgin's-bowerIn a wide variety of moist forests, thickets, and openings.Nova Scotia, ON, and MB, south to wc. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis vitalbaTraveler’s JoyDisturbed areas, persistent after cultivation.Native of e. Asia. Reported for Baltimore County, MD (Kartesz 2010).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis viticaulisMillboro LeatherflowerShale barrens and shaly woodlands.Endemic to w. VA (Bath and Rockbridge counties).image of plant
RanunculaceaeClematis viticellaItalian Clematis, European Purple ClematisDisturbed areas, persistent after cultivation.Native of Europe. Reported for TN (Small 1913a; Pringle in FNA 1997).

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