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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
BrassicaceaeErysimum asperumPrairie WallflowerPrairies, limestone outcrops.MB, SK, and AB south to OK, TX, NM, AZ, and Mexico.image of plant
BrassicaceaeErysimum capitatum var. capitatumWestern WallflowerShale barrens and shale woodlands, limestone bluffs and calcareous rocky woodlands.MT and BC south to w. TX, CA, and Mexico; disjunct eastwards in AR, MO, TN, KY, WV, VA, IL, etc. Though most floras (including C, F, and G) state or give the impression that Erysimum is not native east of IL, MO, and AR ("rarely adventive farther east along railroads"), this taxon is native and relictual in w. VA (Alleghany and Bath counties), e. WV (Grant and Pendleton counties), ec. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997), and c. KY (Campbell 2013).image of plant
BrassicaceaeErysimum cheiranthoidesWormseed Mustard, Wormseed WallflowerFields, gardens, roadsides, along railroads, other disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia (or sometimes considered circumboreal and native in n. North America).image of plant
BrassicaceaeErysimum cheiriAegean WallflowerGrown horticulturally, sometimes persistent or spreading near plantings.Native of s. Europe.
BrassicaceaeErysimum inconspicuumShy Wallflower, Small Wormseed MustardDisturbed soils, especially over calcareous rocks.Native of w. North America. NS, QC, YT, and AK, south to PA, s. OH, c. IN, s. IL, MO, AR (?), OK, CO, UT, NV, and OR.image of plant
BrassicaceaeErysimum repandumTreacle Mustard, Bushy WallflowerDisturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
BrassicaceaeErysimum virgatumEuropean WallflowerDry, rocky banks.Native of Eurasia.

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