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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AsteraceaeErigeron bonariensisSouth American HorseweedFields, disturbed areas.Apparently native of South America. Se. VA south into the tropics.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron canadensisCommon HorseweedOld fields, disturbed areas, roadsides, gardens.S. Canada south through nearly all of the United States to tropical America.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron pusillusSouthern HorseweedDunes, brackish marsh edges, coastal sand flats, sand prairies, old fields, disturbed areas, barrens and glades.Se. MA and CT west to s. IN, south to FL and TX, and south into tropical America.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron sumatrensisDisturbed areas.Native of the Paleotropics.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron divaricatusLawns, roadsides, other weedy situations.OH west to MN, south to KY, ec. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997), ne. AL, LA, and c. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron annuusAnnual FleabaneRoadsides, disturbed areas, gardens.NL (Newfoundland) west to MB, south to Panhandle FL and TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron philadelphicus var. philadelphicusPhiladelphia-daisyRoadsides, meadows, disturbed areas.NL (Newfoundland) west to BC, south to n. FL, TX, NM, CA, and (?) Mexico.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron pulchellus var. brauniaeRiver scours, moist to dry upland forests.MD, WV, and s. OH south to KY.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron pulchellus var. pulchellusRobin's-plantainMoist slopes, coves, limestone bluffs, trail margins, roadbanks.ME west to MN, south to Panhandle FL (Jackson County), GA, and e. TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron quercifoliusOak-leaved FleabaneSandy roadsides, disturbed areas.Se. VA south to s. FL, west to FL Panhandle; Bahamas. Nesom (2006bb) pointed out that putative records from further west are based on misidentifications.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron allisoniiCedar Glade Daisy FleabaneLimestone glades.Central basin of TN (Allison & Stevens 2001), nw. GA (GANHP), n. AL, and swc. KY (Pennyroyal Plain, Warren County) (Brock 2020).image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron strigosus var. strigosusCommon Rough Fleabane, White-topRoadsides, disturbed areas; open woodlands.NS west to WA, south to c. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron tenuisMidwestern FleabanePrairies, open woodlands, other open habitats, disturbed areas.FL Panhandle (Okaloosa County) and AL west to se. KS, w. OK, and c. and s. TX. Reported for w. NC (Nesom 1980); but later discounted (Nesom in FNA 2006b).image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron vernusWhitetop FleabaneWet pine savannas, seepages, interdunal swales.E. VA south to s. FL, west to e. LA; disjunct in w. LA (Allen Parish).image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron procumbensCorpus Christi FleabaneMoist to dry coastal areas, including marsh edges.S. MS (historical), LA, TX, Mexico (SLP, TAM, VER).
AsteraceaeErigeron dolomiticolaCahaba Daisy FleabaneCalcareous Ketona glades.Endemic to Bibb County, AL (Allison & Stevens 2001).image of plant
AsteraceaeErigeron strigosus var. septentrionalisRoadsides, disturbed areas.Scattered in n. North America, south to NY, TN (FNA), AR, OK, WY, CA.
AsteraceaeErigeron geiseriBasin FleabaneOpen, sandy areas.Sc. OK south to e., se., and s. TX.
AsteraceaeErigeron traversiiWest Gulf Coastal Plain FleabaneLongleaf pinelands and associated disturbed sandy habitats.W. LA west to e. TX.
AsteraceaeErigeron tenellusRio Grande FleabaneExposed loamy soils of palm woodlands, brushlands, disturbed areas.S. TX (Cameron and Hidalgo counties) south to c. Mexico (COA, MIC, NLE, TAM).
AsteraceaeErigeron bellioidesBelloritaMoist disturbed areas.Native of the West Indies.
AsteraceaeErigeron laevigatusManzanilla HorseweedDisturbed areas.Native of tropical America.
AsteraceaeErigeron modestusPlains FleabaneDry, calcareous open areas.Sw. KS, c. and w. OK, c. and w. TX, NM, and AZ, south to Mexico.
AsteraceaeErigeron flagellarisRunning FleabaneOpen areas.SD, MT, AB south to nc. TX, w. TX, NM, AZ, CA, and Mexico (CHH, COA, DGO, NLE, SLP, SON, TAM, ZAC).
AsteraceaeErigeron bellidiastrum var. robustusWestern Daisy FleabaneOpen, sandy loam soils.NE and CO south to c. OK, w. TX, and NM.
AsteraceaeErigeron tracyiRunning FleabanePrairies.C. OK, sw. KS, CO, UT, and NV south to c. and w. TX, NM, AZ, and Mexico.

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