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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
FabaceaeDesmodium canadenseShowy Tick-trefoil, Canadian Tick-trefoilMarl marshes, Thuja swamps, springs, seeps, hay meadows, streambanks, prairies, usually associated with calcareous substrates.QC and NS west to AB, south to n. VA, sw. VA, c. WV, MO, and OK. Small (1933) reports this species for NC; no documentation has been seen.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium canescensHoary Tick-trefoilFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.MA west to WI and NE, south to n. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium ciliareFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.MA west to IN, MO, and se. KS, south to s. FL and TX; also in Cuba.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium fernaldiiFernald's Tick-trefoilLongleaf pine sandhills and dry flatwoods, other dry sandy habitats, basic mesic forest, woodland borders.Se. VA south to s. SC (and maybe e. GA and n. FL); Isely (1998) states that reports from the Gulf Coast are based on "glabrate forms of D. glabellum", and also suggests that D. fernaldii is only weakly differentiated from D. glabellum.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium floridanumFlorida Tick-trefoilLongleaf pine sandhills, other dry sandy habitats.Se. SC south to s. FL.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium glabellumTall Tick-trefoilFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.ME west to WI and NE, south to n. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium ×humifusumGround-spreading Tick-trefoilDry, sandy soils.MA (NS?) south to MD and DC (and possibly VA).
FabaceaeDesmodium laevigatumSmooth Tick-trefoilDry oak and pine forests, fields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.S. NY west to IN and MO, south to n. FL, Panhandle FL, and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium lineatumMatted Tick-trefoilLongleaf pine sandhills and other dry forests and woodlands.Se. MD south to n. peninsular FL, west to TX, rarely inland.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium marilandicumMaryland Tick-trefoilFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.MA west to MI and MO, south to n. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium nuttalliiNuttall’s Tick-trefoilFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.NY west to IN, south to n. peninsular FL, FL Panhandle, AL, and AR.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium obtusumStiff Tick-trefoilLongleaf pine sandhills and dry pine flatwoods, other dry pine woodlands, fields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.MA west to s. MI, south to Panhandle FL and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium ochroleucumWhite Tick-trefoil, Creamflower Tick-trefoilDry woodlands and barrens, especially over calcareous substrates.NJ, DE, and MD south to sc. and sw. NC, GA, TN, AL, Panhandle FL, MS, and MO.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium paniculatum var. epetiolatumPine savannas and pine flatwoods, bogs.Se. VA south to se. NC or e. SC.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium paniculatum var. paniculatumPanicled Tick-trefoilFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.S. ME west to s. ON, MI, and NE, south to s. FL and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium perplexumPerplexing Tick-trefoilFields, woodland borders, hammocks, disturbed areas.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium rotundifoliumRoundleaf Tick-trefoilDry forests and woodlands.VT and MA west to s. MI, south to ne. FL, Panhandle FL, LA, and MO.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium sessilifoliumSessile-leaf Tick-trefoilDry woodlands.RI west to s. MI and KS, south to NC, Panhandle FL, MS, and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium strictumPineland Tick-trefoil, Pinebarren Tick-trefoilLongleaf pine sandhills, other dry woodlands.S. NJ south to s. FL, west to w. LA and ne. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium tenuifoliumSlimleaf Tick-trefoilPine savannas, wet pine flatwoods.Se. VA south to c. peninsular FL, west to w. LA.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium tortuosumFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.E. NC south to s. FL, west to AR and TX; Mexico, Central America, n. South America, West Indies; perhaps only introduced in the more eastern parts of the southeastern United States.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium viridiflorumVelvety Tick-trefoilFields, woodland borders, disturbed areas.NJ and DE south to c. peninsular FL, west to TX, and inland to w. VA, w. NC, n. TN, and AR.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium incanumZarzabacoa Tick-trefoil, Zarzabacoa comúnLawns, disturbed areas; presumably introduced or adventive from tropical America.A pantropical weedy species. Becoming common in s. AL (Dauphin Island (Barger et al. 2012).image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium illinoenseIllinois Tick-trefoilPrairies, roadsides.OH, s. MI, s. WI, s. MN, se. SD, and c. NE south to s. OH, s. IL, se. MO, n. AR, s. OK, and n. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeDesmodium scorpiurusScorpion Tick-trefoil, Samoan-cloverLawns, disturbed areas.Native of the New World tropics.
FabaceaeDesmodium psilophyllumWright's Tick-trefoilStream banks and rocky slopes.C. TX, w. TX, and s. AZ south to s. Mexico.
FabaceaeDesmodium tweedyiTweedy's Tick-trefoilThickets in limestone areas.OK south to sc. TX.
FabaceaeDesmodium cuspidatumLarge-bracted Tick-trefoilFields, woodlands, woodland borders, disturbed areas.VT and MA west to MN, south to FL Panhandle and e. TX.image of plant

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