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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
RanunculaceaeThalictrum amphibolumSkunk Meadowrue, Waxy MeadowrueMesic to dry forests, woodlands, barrens, and prairies, over hornblende, greenstone, dolostone, and serpentinized olivine.QC and ON south to n. FL, LA, and TX, and scattered southwest to CO, NV, and AZ.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum arkansanumArkansas MeadowrueBottomland forests, especially calcareous, sometimes in mesic or submesic upland situations.Endemic to AR, se. OK, and ne. TX.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum clavatumLady-rue, Mountain MeadowrueSeepages, moist forests, spray cliffs at waterfalls, brookbanks.A Southern Appalachian endemic: VA, WV, e. KY south through w. NC and e. TN to nw. SC and n. GA; all reported records of this species for AL are apparently T. mirabile (D. Spaulding, pers.comm, 2013).image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum cooleyiCooley's Meadowrue, Savanna MeadowrueEcotones between calcareous savannas and adjacent swamp forests, shallowly underlain by coquina limestone ("marl"), generally within a few meters of both Taxodium ascendens and Liriodendron tulipifera.The species is endemic to two small areas, centered around Maple Hill (Pender and Onslow counties, NC) and Old Dock (Columbus and Brunswick counties, NC), with a small disjunct population in Panhandle FL (Walton County), and a small number of ambiguous populations in sw. GA (Dougherty and Worth counties); the GA populations are assigned here for now but may well represent a new taxon.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum coriaceumAppalachian Meadowrue, Maid-of-the-MistRich forests.A Southern and Central Appalachian endemic: s. PA, MD, VA, and WV south through w. KY and e. TN to w. NC and ne. GAimage of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum dasycarpumPurple MeadowrueForest, woodlands, and prairies.QC and YT south to PA, KY, TN, nw. GA, AL, MS, LA, TX, NM, AZ, and WA. It has been reported for scattered localities in VA (Harvill et al. 1992); Park (1992) and FNA do not document the occurrence of T. dasycarpum in VA. These are likely misidentifications; substantiation is needed.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum debileTrailing MeadowrueMoist to wet forests over limestone.Nw. GA west to e. MS.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum dioicumEarly Meadowrue, Quicksilver-weedSeepages, moist forests.ME, QC, and MN south to SC, c. GA, AL, MO, and nc. AR.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum hepaticumAppalachian Tall MeadowrueSeepage areas.PA south to n. GA and se. TN, strictly or primarily in the Appalachians.
RanunculaceaeThalictrum macrostylumSmall-leaved MeadowrueMoist places, perhaps associated with circumneutral soils, moist to dry ultramafic outcrop barrens (over serpentinized olivine), tidal freshwater marshes, rarely pineland seepages with calcareous substrate.Se. VA south and west through NC, SC, sc. GA, FL, and AL to MS.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum mirabileRockhouse MeadowrueWet sandstone cliffs, primarily in the Cumberland Plateau (and especially associated with sandstone rockhouses).KY south through TN to n. AL and nw. GA (and additionally cited in FNA as occurring in w. NC, a record that is apparently erroneous, presumably based on misidentification of T. clavatum).image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum pubescensCommon Tall Meadowrue, Late Meadowrue, King-of-the-MeadowBogs, marshes, wet forests.NL (Labrador), NL (Newfoundland), and ON south to GA, SC and MS.image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum texanumHouston MeadowrueAlong margins of woodlands on claypan savannas and alluvial terraces but also on pimple mounds in coastal prairies.Endemic in se. TX (Austin, Brazoria, Brazos, Fayette, Grimes, Harris, Waller and Washington counties) (Carr 2016).image of plant
RanunculaceaeThalictrum thalictroidesRue-anemone, Windflower, Wind-rueMoist forests.ME, MN, and KS, south to Panhandle FL, MS, AR, and OK.image of plant

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