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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
ThymelaeaceaeDirca decipiensOzark LeatherwoodCalcareous bluffs, steep, dry to mesic forests and woodlands.MO and e. KS south to nw. AR.
ThymelaeaceaeDirca palustrisLeatherwood, Leatherbark, Wicopee, Rope-bark, MoosewoodVery rich forests, on slopes or bottomlands, limited to calcareous or mafic rocks such as limestone, calcareous siltstone, calcareous shale, gabbro, or amphibolite, in marl ravine bottoms in the Coastal Plain of VA, in Ashe County NC ascending to 1500 meters elevation.NS and s. QC, south to Panhandle FL, AL, and OK.image of plant

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