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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
MelanthiaceaeMelanthium hybridumCrisped BunchflowerMoist to dry forests, usually in base-rich soils.CT south to NC, SC, n. GA, and c. AL; disjunct west of the Mississippi River in nc. AR.image of plant
MelanthiaceaeMelanthium parviflorumMountain BunchflowerMoist to rather dry forests, up to at least 1700 meters, most frequent in oak forests at middle elevations.A Southern Appalachian endemic: e. and sc. WV and KY south to VA, w. NC, e. TN, n. GA, and n. AL.image of plant
MelanthiaceaeMelanthium virginicumBog Bunchflower, Virginia BunchflowerPine savannas, bogs, fens, seeps, wet seepage-fed forests.S. NY, PA, OH, IN, IL, and IA south to c. peninsular FL and e. TX.
MelanthiaceaeMelanthium woodiiOzark Bunchflower, Wood's False-helleboreCircumneutral soil of woodlands over mafic rocks (such as amphibolite) or other calcareous substrates, hammocks.Primarily Ozarkian, but extending in scattered populations eastward as far as FL Panhandle (Gadsden and Liberty counties), sw. GA, nw. GA, sc. TN, nw. SC (Pickens County), and sw. NC (Polk County).image of plant

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