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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
UrticaceaeLaportea aestuansWest Indian Wood-nettleWaste ground and agricultural areas (e.g. tree farms).Pretty regular in Miami. Reported for scattered sites in the se. US (Kartesz 2010).image of plant
UrticaceaeLaportea canadensisWoodnettleMoist, nutrient-rich forests, seepage swamps, especially abundant in cove forests in the Mountains and bottomlands in the Piedmont. By mid-summer, Laportea often becomes the aspect dominant in rich, moist cove forests of the mountains (especially those with extensive seepage), visually replacing the diverse spring flora.NS and se. MB south to Panhandle FL and OK.image of plant

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