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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus americanusNortheastern BindweedOpenings, woodland edges, brackish shores, salt marshes.NL and ON south to e. NC and IL; Africa, South America, and the Atlantic Islands (Azores, Tristan da Cunha). The distribution is poorly understood.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus arvensisField Bindweed, Creeping Jenny, Possession-vine, CornbindFields, roadsides, gardens, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus binghamiaeCoastal Plain BindweedMarshes, woodland edges.E. NC south to s. FL, west to e. TX; NM, NV, and CA south to Mexico; Peru.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus carriiCarr's BindweedIn deep sands.Endemic to s. TX (Brooks and Hidalgo counties, TX).
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus catesbyanusCatesby's BindweedLongleaf pine savannas, marsh edges, openings in dry to dry-mesic montane forests.VA, WV, and IN south to GA, FL Panhandle, and MS.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus equitans var. equitansTexas Bindweed, Gray Bindweed, Silver BindweedPrairies, especially in rocky or sandy soils, eastwards in disturbed areas.Native of sw. United States and nw. Mexico. Sw. AR, KS, CO, UT, and NV south to e. TX, s. TX, NM, AZ, and Mexico. Recorded for s. AL by C. Mohr in 1883; probably a ballast waif and not established.
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus equitans var. lindheimeriTexas Bindweed, Gray Bindweed, Silver BindweedPrairies, especially in rocky or sandy soils.Native of c. TX.
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus fraterniflorusThickets, roadsides, fields, streambanks, disturbed areas.MA and VT west to MI, IA, and KS, south to SC, GA, AL, AR, and OK.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus macouniiGrasslands and woodlands.MB west to AB, south through the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains to MO, OK, TX, NM, AZ. Reported for NC and VA; Brummitt (pers. comm.) says this species does not occur east of the Mississippi River.
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus purshianusShale BindweedShale barrens and woodlands, less typically on limestone.C. PA south through w. VA and e. WV to NC.
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus sepiumEuropean BindweedDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus sericatusSilky Bindweed, Blue Ridge BindweedOpenings in dry to dry-mesic montane forests.W. NC south through sw. SC to n. GA.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus soldanellaShore Bindweed, Seaside BindweedBeaches, dunes.This species is widely distributed around the world on beaches and coastal dunes. The NC and VA occurrences have usually been considered to represent introductions, presumably from Europe, but are also plausibly native, as the species has a wide distribution on beaches on many continents and is dispersed by seawater.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus species 1 [=pubescens]Japanese BindweedDisturbed areas, persistent or spreading from horticultural use.Native of e. Asia.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus species 2 [=appalachianus]Appalachian BindweedWoodland edges, disturbed areas.NB, NY, MI, and MN south to NC and KY.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus species 3 [=erratica]Occluded BindweedSwamps, disturbed areas.QC and ON south to NJ, PA, IN, and IL.
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus species 4 [=angulatus]Northwestern BindweedRiverbanks, hedges, roadsides.NB to BC, south to MD, IN, IL, MO, NE, CO, NM, and OR.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus spithamaeusLow BindweedDry limestone areas or on dry, rich shales. Ridges, taluses, and dry openings.ME west to MN, south to VA, TN, and MO.image of plant
ConvolvulaceaeConvolvulus wallichianusDisturbed areas, also persistent from horticultural use.Native of Asia.

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