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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
CaryophyllaceaeSilene antirrhinaSleepy Catchfly, Garter-pinkDry, open woodlands, fields, disturbed areas.Nearly throughout North America, south to c. peninsular FL, and in Mexico (BCN, CHH, COA, SON, TAM) and South America; introduced in Europe.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene banksiaBrilliant Campion
CaryophyllaceaeSilene caroliniana var. carolinianaSouth Carolina Wild-pink, Rock CatchflyIn acidic, sandy, open woodlands, especially woodlands around granitic flatrocks, and also on rocky mafic slopes.Sc. NC south through the e. three-quarters of SC just into e. GA; disjunct in Panhandle FL.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene caroliniana var. pensylvanicaNorthern Wild-pink, Sticky CatchflyOpen woodlands, especially calcareous, but also in sandy soils of the Coastal Plain.NH west to e. OH, south to VA, e., nc., and w. NC, e. SC, and ne. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997).image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene caroliniana var. wherryiKentucky Wild-pink, Catch-no-flyDry, rocky places, limestone bluffs.Apparently in disjunct areas: S. OH south to sc. KY; ne. AL south to sc. AL; sc. MO. Reports from VA and WV seem to be erroneous.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene catesbyiEastern Fringed Catchfly, Fringed CampionMesic deciduous forests along streams or on lower- to mid-slopes.C. GA south to Panhandle FL, and possibly in AL based on a C.T. Mohr specimen (see FNA).image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene chalcedonicaMaltese-cross, Scarlet Lychnis, London-prideFields, roadsides, gardens, disturbed areas.Native of ne. Asia (Russia, Siberia).
CaryophyllaceaeSilene conica ssp. conicaSand CatchflyDisturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.
CaryophyllaceaeSilene conoideaLarge Sand CatchflyDisturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.
CaryophyllaceaeSilene coronariaMullein-pink, Rose CampionDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene csereiiBalkan Bladder-campionDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. Documented for w. NC (J.K. Morton, pers.comm.). Also reported in se. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993) and e. WV.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene dichotoma ssp. dichotomaForked CatchflyFields, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene dioicaRed Campion, Red CatchflyDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. Introduced south at least to scattered locations in s. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993). Reported rather vaguely for VA (Maguire 1950) as "south to Virginia"; no additional documentation is known to me.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene flos-cuculi ssp. flos-cuculiRagged RobinDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. Introduced and established in Alleghany County, NC (Poindexter 2008) and elsewhere in ne. North America, as in VA (Allegheny County; Wright et al. 2023) MD and PA.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene gallicaSmall-flowered Catchfly, Common CatchflySandy disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene latifoliaWhite Campion, White Cockle, Evening LychnisFields, roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene niveaSnowy CampionRocky or sandy flood-scoured riversides or creeksides.NJ west to ND, south to n. VA, w. VA, WV, nw. GA (Jones & Coile 1988), TN, and MO.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene noctifloraSticky Cockle, Night-flowering Catchfly, Sticky CampionFields, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene ovataMountain CatchflyCircumneutral soils of woodlands and forests, especially over mafic or calcareous rocks, mostly at medium elevations in the mountains.Sw. VA, KY, s. IN, s. IL, and n. AR, south to e. SC, sw. GA, s. AL, s. MS, and c. AR.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene regiaRoyal CatchflyPrairies and calcareous woodlands and forests, dry upper slopes of limestone bluff woodlands.OH, n. IN, n. IL, and e. KS south e. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997; Tennessee Flora Committee 2015), nw. and sw. GA (Jones & Coile 1988), FL Panhandle (Jackson County), s. AL, s. AR, and sw. OK.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene rotundifoliaRoundleaf Fire-pink, Sandstone Fire-pinkSandstones cliffs, ledges, and talus, and at bases of sandstone cliffs; also around limestone crevices and caves in central KY and TN, where it's even disjunct into the Bluegrass (albeit much rarer than on sandstone) (M. Brock, pers.comm., 2024).S. OH and WV south to nw. GA (Jones & Coile 1988) and n. AL, nearly restricted to the Cumberland Plateau.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene stellataStarry Campion, Widow's-frillDry to mesic forests, rock outcrops.CT and VT west to SD, south to c. GA and TX.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene subciliataLouisiana Catchfly, Prairie Fire-pinkLongleaf pine savannas.Sw. LA and e. TX.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene virginica var. robustaLarge Fire-pinkMesic forest margins.E. WV south through se. KY to e. TN.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene virginica var. virginicaFire-pinkWoodlands, rock outcrops, crevices in cliffs, roadbanks.PA west to s. ON and se. MI, south to Panhandle FL (Bay County), GA and OK.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeSilene viscariaClammy CatchflyDisturbed areas, roadsides.Native of Europe. The documentation for the single report in our region (in PA) has not been relocated.
CaryophyllaceaeSilene vulgarisBladder Campion, Maiden's-tearsDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant

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