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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
ElaeagnaceaeElaeagnus angustifoliaRussian Olive, OleasterForests, pastures, disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
ElaeagnaceaeElaeagnus commutataAmerican SilverberryDisturbed areas, especially in suburban or urban woodlands.Native of w. North America.image of plant
ElaeagnaceaeElaeagnus multifloraCherry Elaeagnus, Cherry SilverberryDisturbed areas.Native of Japan and China. First reported for NC by Leonard (1971b).image of plant
ElaeagnaceaeElaeagnus pungensThorny-olive, Autumn SilverberryForests and woodlands in suburban areas, spread by birds.Native of Japan.image of plant
ElaeagnaceaeElaeagnus umbellataOriental Silverleaf, Autumn-olive, Spring SilverberryForests and woodlands, old pastures, fields, waste areas, spread by birds.Native of Japan and China. This species has become a noxious weed shrub, still unfortunately sometimes promoted for "wildlife plantings". The rapidity of its increase may be judged by its treatment in Strausbaugh & Core (1978) as not definitely naturalized in WV; Harmon, Ford-Werntz, & Grafton (2006) map it for every county of WV.image of plant

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