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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania ambrosioidesMexican-Tea, EpazoteDisturbed habitats; common, probably native southward.Widespread in North America to South America, the original range unclear.image of plant
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania anthelminticaWormseed, EpazoteDunes, also in disturbed areas.NY south to FL, west to TX; Mexico, West Indies, Bermuda, Central America; scattered inland in North America probably as an introduction.image of plant
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania atriplicifoliaWinged-pigweed, Tumble RingwingRiver-banks, sandy fields, railroad banks, maritime dunes.Native of c. and w. North America, including n. Mexico (CHH), adventive in the eastern part of our area.image of plant
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania botrysJerusalem-oak, Feather-geraniumDisturbed areas, ship's ballast.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania carinataKeeled GoosefootDisturbed area.Native of Australia.
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania cristataCrested GoosefootWool mill waste areas, other disturbed areas.Native of Australia.image of plant
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania graveolensFetid WormseedDisturbed areas.Native of sw. United States and tropical America.
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania multifidaCutleaf Goosefoot, Scented GoosefootDisturbed areas.Native of South America.image of plant
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania plantaginellaWaif on ballast.Native of Australia.
ChenopodiaceaeDysphania pumilioClammy GoosefootDisturbed areas.Native of Australia. First reported for SC by Hill & Horn (1997). Also known from DC.image of plant

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