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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia austrotexanaSouth Texas Scorpionweed
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia bipinnatifidaFernleaf Phacelia, Forest Phacelia, Purple Phacelia, Purple Bee's FriendCove forests, especially where rocky; also popular as a native plant for horticultural use, and sometimes found as persistent or spreading from horticultural use.W. VA west to s. OH, n. IN, n. IL, and c. MO, south to w. NC, nw. SC, n. GA, c. AL, and n. AR.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia congestaSpike PhaceliaDry sandy or rocky areas; eastward as a waif in disturbed areas.Se. and sc. OK south to e. TX, s. TX, s. NM, and Mexico.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia covilleiEastern Buttercup PhaceliaRich soils of floodplains, and contiguous terraces and slopes.Ranging in three disjunct areas: c. NC and sc. VA (in the drainages of the Cape Fear, Tar, and Roanoke rivers); DC, n. VA, and sc. MD (in the drainage of the Potomac River); and disjunct at scattered locations w. WV, s. OH, sw. IN, and s. MO (in the drainage of the Ohio River and its tributaries, except the MO occurrence) (Sewell & Vincent 2006)image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia dubia var. dubiaAppalachian PhaceliaFloodplain forests, other moist and rich forests, rocky forests, fields, roadsides, granitic flatrocks.Var. dubia ranges from NY and PA west to WV, south to nc. SC, sw. NC, and se. TN, with scattered occurrences (perhaps adventive) further south, to FL Panhandle (L. Anderson, pers.comm., 2022).image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia dubia var. georgianaGeorgia PhaceliaGranitic flatrocks.Var. georgiana ranges from SC through GA, west to ec. AL, in the Piedmont. It has sometimes been attributed to SC, and Levy found plants in SC which morphologically resemble var. georgiana, but he concluded that this ‘imitator’ genotype was largely sterile when bred with var. georgiana. See var. dubia for additional discussion.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia dubia var. interiorCentral Basin PhaceliaLimestone glades, dry fields over limestone.Endemic in c. TN.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia dubia var. rionensisSouth Carolina PhaceliaGranitic flatrocks and domes.Nc. and sc. SC.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia fimbriataFringed Phacelia, Blue Ridge PhaceliaMoist forests on slopes and floodplains, at low to high elevations, perhaps mainly over circumneutral soils, often locally abundant.Sw. VA south to w. NC, and e. TN, a Southern Appalachian endemic. Reports from n. GA (Jones & Coile 1988) are erroneous, based on misidentified P. purshii.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia gilioidesOzark Phacelia, Brand's ScorpionweedGlades, barrens and woodlands over calcareous rocks, bottomlands, disturbed areas.Mainly Ozarkian, with a few records east of the Mississippi River.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia glabraSmooth Scorpion-weedPrairies, forests.AR and OK south to n. LA and e. TX.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia hirsutaOzark PhaceliaSandy prairies and woodlands; eastwards in disturbed areas.MO and se. KS south to s. LA and e. TX.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia laxaCoastal ScorpionweedRiver bottomlands and other shaded, moist areas.Endemic to s. TX.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia maculataFlatrock PhaceliaBottomlands, granitic flatrocks.Sc. NC south to GA and west to ec. AL.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia patuliflora var. patulifloraAlluvial areas and sandy soils.C. and se. TX.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia patuliflora var. teucriifoliaAlluvial areas.Nc. and c. TX.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia purshii var. boykiniiMiami-mistMoist forests on floodplains and slopes, glades and glade margins.W. and sc. VA, KY, and s. IN south to wc. GA, AL, and ne. MS.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia purshii var. purshiiMiami-mistMoist forests on floodplains and slopes.S. PA west to s. ON, OH, MO, and nw. AR, south to w. VA and c. TN.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia ranunculaceaWestern Buttercup PhaceliaBottomland forests.In the Mississippi and Ohio river drainages, centered around St. Louis, MO (w. KY, w. TN, e. MO, ne. AR, se. MO, s. IL, and s. IN). Reported for sc. AL, apparently in error.image of plant
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia robustaStout Scorpion-weedOn gravelly or clay soils.Sc. KS south through OK to c. and w. TX and Mexico (CHH, COA, DGO, NLE).
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia strictiflora var. connexaDry areas.OK south to e. TX.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia strictiflora var. lundellianaDry sites.OK south to nc. TX.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia strictiflora var. robbinsiiPrairie Scorpion-weedDry sandy open areas and woodlands.W. AR and OK south to w. LA and ne. TX; disjunct eastwards in the Black Belt of e. MS and AL.
HydrophyllaceaePhacelia strictiflora var. strictifloraOpen sands and sandy woodlands.E. TX, mainly on the Carrizo Sands.

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