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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
MelastomataceaeRhexia alifanusSmooth Meadow-beautyPine flatwoods and savannas, pocosin borders, more able to tolerate merely moist soils than other Rhexia species.A Southeastern Coastal Plain species: e. NC south to n. peninsular FL and west to se. Texas (Singhurst, Mink, & Holmes 2010).image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia aristosaAwned Meadow-beauty, Bristly Meadow-beautyPondcypres savannas in clay-based Carolina bays, depression meadows, and limesink ponds (dolines).This species has a very local and disjunct range extending (strictly on the Coastal Plain) from NJ south to AL.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia cubensisWest Indian Meadow-beautyLimesink ponds (dolines). Drawdown zones of depression ponds such as Carolina bays or limesink ponds (dolines), Pond-cypress savannas and depression meadows; farther south (especially in FL) in wet pine flatwoods, dome swamps, hammock edges, pond and lake margins, pine savannas, ditches, and moist roadsides.Se. NC south to s. FL and west to sw. MS; also in the West Indies.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia interiorOzark Meadow-beautyMoist to wet areas, ditches, prairies.S. IN, s. IL, s. MO, and se. KS south to c. AL, c. MS, n. LA, and se. OK.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia luteaYellow Meadow-beauty, Golden Meadow-beautyWet pine flatwoods and savannas, seepage slopes, and bogs.A Southeastern Coastal Plain species: e. NC south to ne. FL and Panhandle FL, and west to se. TX.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia mariana var. exalbidaWhite Meadow-beautyWet pine flatwoods and savannas, wet meadows, ditches, and wet roadsides.NC south to FL and west to e. TX.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia mariana var. marianaMaryland Meadow-beauty, Dull Meadow-beauty, Pale Meadow-beautyPine flatwoods, wet meadows, bog margins, ditches, wet roadsides, often weedy.E. MA south to s. FL, west to TX, and north to s. IN and IL.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia nashiiHairy Meadow-beauty, Maid MarianWet pine flatwoods and savannas; pond shores, bogs, marshes, ditches, wet roadsides.Primarily a Southeastern Coastal Plain species: e. VA south to s. FL and west to se. LA.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia nuttalliiNuttall's Meadow-beautyPine flatwoods, bogs.Coastal Plain of se. GA west to FL Panhandle, south to s. peninsular FL.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia parvifloraSmall-flowered White Meadow-beauty, Apalachicola Meadow-beautyLimesink pond margins.Sw. GA (Mitchell County) and se. AL south into Panhandle FL.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia petiolataCiliate Meadow-beauty, Short Meadow-beauty, Fringed Meadow-beautyWet pine flatwoods and savannas, pocosin borders, and ditches.A Southeastern Coastal Plain endemic: se. VA south to s. FL and west to se. TX.image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia salicifoliaWillowleaf Meadow-beauty, Panhandle Meadow-beautyDrawdown zones of Coastal Plain depression ponds and interdune swales.Sw. GA and FL Panhandle west to s. AL (Jensen 2007).image of plant
MelastomataceaeRhexia ventricosaSwollen Meadow-beautyPine flatwoods and savannas, clearings in cypress-hardwood swamps, ditches, wet roadsides.S. NJ south to e. SC.
MelastomataceaeRhexia virginicaVirginia Meadow-beauty, Deergrass, Handsome Harry, Wing-stem Meadow-beautyWet pine flatwoods and savannas, pond shores, bogs, and ditches.E. Canada and WI south to ne. FL, Panhandle FL, and TX.image of plant

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