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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AltingiaceaeLiquidambar formosanaChinese SweetgumSuburban woodlands, escaping from horticultural use.Native of China, Taiwan, s. Korea, Laos, and n. Vietnam. Naturalizing in our region at least in NC (Orange County) and MS (Harrison County; H. Horne, pers.comm. 2020).image of plant
AltingiaceaeLiquidambar styracifluaSweet Gum, Red Gum, Bilsted, Star-leaved Gum, Alligator-treeSwamp forests, floodplains, moist forests, depressional wetlands, pond and lake margins, old fields, disturbed areas, nearly ubiquitous in the modern southeastern United States landscape.CT west to s. OH, s. IL and OK, south to s. FL and TX; Mexico (CHP, CMX, GRO, HGO, MEX, MIC, MOR, NLE, OAX, PUE, QRO, SLP, TAB, TAM, VER); Guatemala.image of plant

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