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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
ViolaceaePombalia parvifloraVioletillaDisturbed areas, pastures.Native of South America. First collected in North America in New Jersey in the 19th century; and again in 1998 by Tom Govus at Fort Pulaski National Monument (Chatham County, GA); it is unclear whether this is a recent introduction or an old weed introduced via ship's ballast (Wofford et al. 2004), also introduced in South Africa, and in India (Parthipan 2019).image of plant
ViolaceaePombalia attenuataWestern Green-violetDisturbed areas, avocado groves, citrus groves, guava groves, along roadsides; recently discovered and now well established in Miami-Dade Co., FL.Native of s. AZ and Mexico to c. South America.image of plant
ViolaceaePombalia verticillataBaby-slippers, Nodding Green-violetPrairies (especially gravelly or sandy), rocky areas, disturbed areas.KS and CO south to se. TX, s. TX, NM, AZ, and Mexico.image of plant

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