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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
RosaceaePotentilla anglicaEnglish Cinquefoil, Trailing TormentilDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.
RosaceaePotentilla argenteaSilvery Cinquefoil, Silvery Five-fingers, Hoary Five-fingersDry fields and roadsides, other disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla canadensisRunning Five-fingers, Dwarf PotentillaWoodlands, forests, fields, lawns, disturbed areas.NS west to ON, south to GA, MS, and ne. AR.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla inclinataAshy CinquefoilDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla indicaSnakeberry, Mock Strawberry, Indian StrawberryDisturbed areas, lawns, gardens, weedy clearings.Native of Asia.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla intermediaDowny CinquefoilDry roadsides, other disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla norvegicaStrawberry-weed, Rough CinquefoilFloodplain forests, alluvial openings; sand bars, pastures, fields, disturbed areas, especially where moist.This species is apparently a genetically diverse, circumboreal species complex, with both native and introduced elements now present in our area.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla paradoxaBushy CinquefoilRiverbanks, lakeshores, also roadsides.NY, QC, MB, SK, AB, and BC south to e. PA, n. OH, se. MI, s. IN, s. IL, MO, n. TX, NM, AZ, and OR. Reported for s. IN by Bill Thomas (pers.comm., 2022).image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla rectaSulphur Five-fingers, Sulphur CinquefoilFields, pastures, roadsides, other disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla reptansCreeping Five-fingersDisturbed areas.Native of Eurasia. Also reported for VA (Cronquist 1991, Kartesz 1999) and occurs as well in se. PA (Rhoads & Block 2007).
RosaceaePotentilla rivalisBrook Five-fingersAlong streams and in moist, marshy areas; eastwards adventive in moist, disturbed areas.Native of n., c., and w. North America, south to c. Mexico.image of plant
RosaceaePotentilla simplexOld-field Five-fingersWoodlands, fields, disturbed areas.NL (Newfoundland) and MN south to Panhandle FL, AL, and TX.image of plant

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