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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
LamiaceaeClinopodium acinosMother-of-thyme, Basil-thymeCultivated, rarely escaped or persisting.Native of Europe.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium arkansanumArkansas CalamintDry to moist limestone glades, chalk barren (MS).ON west to MN, south to w. NY, nw. PA, w. VA, WV, IL, c. TN, and s. WI; also in MO, OK, AR, and TX.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium ascendensCommon CalamintRich calcareous slope.Native of Europe.
LamiaceaeClinopodium asheiAshe's Calamint, Ashe's Savory, Ohoopee Dunes Wild BasilWhite sand Florida scrub; longleaf pine sandhills.Peninsular FL (Marion and Volusia counties south to Highlands and possibly Glades counties); disjunct in e. GA (Candler and Tatnall counties).image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium browneiBrowne's SavoryFloodplain forests, pondshores.Sw. GA and s. FL west to e. and s. TX; Mexico, Central America, and South America. In sw. GA (Jones & Coile 1988) and reported for SC (Beaufort County, SC) (Daniel Payne, pers. comm. 2006, specimen at CLEMS).image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium calaminthaLesser Calamint, Basil-thymeDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium coccineumScarlet Calamint, Scarlet Wild Basil, Red Mint ShrubLongleaf pine sandhills and pine flatwoods.E. GA south to c. peninsular FL, west to s. MS.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium georgianumGeorgia CalamintLongleaf pine sandhills, dry rocky or sandy woodlands.S. NC south to Panhandle FL and west to LA.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium glabellumDry-mesic to mesic shaley forests, dry to moist limestone barrens and glades.Nc. KY, c. TN, south to c. AL; possibly in AR and s. MO as well. Reports of this for VA (Kartesz 1999) are apparently based on confusion with Clinopodium arkansanum.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium gracileSlender Wild BasilDisturbed areas, roadsides, bottomland forests.Native of Asia. Introduced in s. AL, FL, LA (Kartesz 1999; Woods, Diamond, & Searcy 2003), MS (S.W. Leonard, pers. comm. 2005), GA (Zomlefer et al. 2011, 2012), and SC (Bradley et al. [in prep.]).image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium vulgareWild BasilPastures, roadbanks, forests, thin soils around rock outcrops.NL (Newfoundland) to MB, south to NC, sc. TN, and KS; widespread in Europe; scattered in w. North America, apparently as an introduction. Plants in our area reflect both native and introduced genotypes.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium dentatumFlorida Calamint, Toothed SavoryLongleaf pine sandhills and xeric steepheads.Endemic to Panhandle FL.image of plant
LamiaceaeClinopodium species 1Indian Grave Mountain Wild BasilMontane longleaf pine/chestnut oak/Georgia oak woodlands on Hollis quartzite along the main Pine Mountain ridge.Pine Mountin, GA.
LamiaceaeClinopodium macrocalyxLarge-flowered Scarlet CalamintLongleaf pine sandhills and pine flatwoods.Ec. peninsular FL (Seminole, Orange, and Brevard counties).
LamiaceaeClinopodium talladeganumTalladega Wild BasilOpen to sparsely wooded, upland, dry rocky or older dry sandy alluvium substrates.Endemic to the Talladega Mountains/Piedmont transition of AL (Calhoun, Clay, & Cleburne counties).image of plant

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