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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium amplexicauleClasping Heliotrope, Violet HeliotropeDisturbed areas, roadsides, fields.Native of South America.image of plant
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium angiospermumScorpiontail, Sorebush, ScorpionbushMaritime hammocks, coastal berms, strands, and grasslands, shell middens.C. and s. peninsular FL; West Indies; s. TX south through Mexico, Central America, and South America.
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium curassavicum var. curassavicumSeaside Heliotrope, Quailplant, Cola de MicoEdges of brackish and salt marshes, estuarine shores.Var. curassavicum ranges from DE (and farther north as an introduction) south to the New World tropics. Considered by some authors to be introduced and naturalized in our area.image of plant
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium europaeumEuropean HeliotropeRoadsides, disturbed areas.Native of s. Europe.image of plant
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium funkiaeNiguitaDisturbed areas, escaped and locally naturalizing aggressively.Native of West Indies, Mexico, Central America, and South America.
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium gnaphalodesSea Rosemary, Sea Lavender, Bay LavenderDunes, coastal strands.S. peninsular FL; Bermuda; West Indies; s. Mexico and n. Central America (Belize, Honduras).image of plant
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium indicumTurnsole, Alacrancillo, India HeliotropeRoadsides, woodland borders, swamps, ditches.Native of South America, now widely naturalized in tropical and subtropical parts of both hemispheres.image of plant
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium ramosissimumWavy HeliotropeWaif on ballast.Native of ne. Africa and w. Asia.image of plant
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium supinumDwarf HeliotropeWaif on ballast.Native of s. Europe, n. Africa, and w. and c. Asia.image of plant
HeliotropiaceaeHeliotropium verdcourtiiChiggery-grapesBayheads, swamps, rockland hammocks.S. peninsular FL; West Indies; s. TX, Mexico, Central America, and South America.

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