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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
FabaceaeTrifolium angustifoliumNarrowleaf CloverWaste areas near wool-combing mills, perhaps only a waif.Native of Mediterranean Europe and w. Asia. Reported for SC (Kartesz 1999), based on specimen at NCU.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium arvenseRabbitfoot CloverDisturbed areas, shale barrens.Native of the Mediterranean region.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium aureumLarge Hop Clover, Yellow CloverFields, roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium calcaricumLimestone glades, woodlands, and barrens.In c. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997) and sw. VA.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium campestreHop CloverRoadsides, fields, lawns, disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium carolinianumWild White Clover, Carolina CloverOpen woodlands, woodland edges, pine savannas, thin soils around rock outcrops, disturbed areas.Se. NC south to n. FL, west to MO, OK, and c. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium cernuumNodding-head CloverWaste areas near wool-combing mills, perhaps only a waif.Native of Mediterranean Europe and n. Africa.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium depauperatum var. depauperatumCowbag Clover, Balloon-sack Clover, Poverty CloverWaste areas near wool-combing mills, perhaps only a waif.Native of w. North America (BC south to CA).image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium dubiumLow Hop Clover, Little Hop CloverRoadsides, lawns, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium fragiferumStrawberry CloverDisturbed areas.Native of Middle East. Introduced in c. GA (Jones & Coile 1988) and reported from an old collection from se. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993).image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium glomeratumCluster CloverWool waste, other disturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean region.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium gracilentumWaste areas near wool-combing mills, perhaps only a waif.Native of w. North America.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium hirtumRose CloverRoadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia and n. Africa. A report for VA has no documentation.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium hybridumAlsike CloverLawns, fields, roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium incarnatumCrimson CloverFields, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium lappaceumLappa Clover, Burdock CloverDisturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Eurasia and Africa.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium pratenseRed CloverFields, roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium reflexumBuffalo CloverOpen woodlands, woodland edges, dry shaly places.NJ, PA, OH, IN, IL, IA, and se. NE south to FL, AL, MS, LA, and e. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium repensWhite Clover, Dutch Clover, Ladino CloverLawns, roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium resupinatumPersian Clover, Reversed CloverLawns and disturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean region and w. Asia.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium stoloniferumRunning Buffalo-cloverDry upland woodlands and prairies.Sw. PA, WV, OH, n. IN, IL, MO, and e. KS, south to KY and AR, now extirpated from significant portions of its range.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium striatumKnotted CloverRoadsides, disturbed areas, waste areas near wool-combing mills.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium subterraneumSubterranean CloverDisturbed areas, waste areas near wool-combing mills.Native of Europe, Asia, and n. Africa. Reported for NC and SC by Isely (1990); reported for Piedmont of GA by Jones & Coile (1988), and collected in MS (Stone County) (S.W. Leonard, pers. comm. 2007).image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium tomentosumA waif in waste areas near wool-combing mills and old seaports.Native of Mediterranean region. Reported for NC by Isely (1998), here presumed to be a mistake for SC.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium vesiculosumArrowleaf CloverRoadsides, disturbed areas.Native of s. Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium virginicumKates Mountain Clover, Shale-barren CloverShale barrens, also on outcrops or glades over limestone, diabase, and ultramafic rocks.Sc. PA through w. MD south to w. VA and e. WV.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium mediumZigzag CloverDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. Reported as introduced in MD and NJ (Kartesz 1999; Kartesz 2010).
FabaceaeTrifolium nigrescensBall CloverDisturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe and n. Africa. Introduced in c. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997).image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium spumosumPink CloverDisturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe.
FabaceaeTrifolium michelianumBig-flower CloverDisturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe.
FabaceaeTrifolium kentuckienseKentucky CloverDry limestone woodlands.So far as is known, endemic to 2 counties in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky (Franklin and Woodford counties) (Chapel & Vincent 2013).image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium bejarienseBejar CloverPrairies, post oak savannas.Sw. AR and w. LA west to e. TX.
FabaceaeTrifolium scabrumRough CloverDisturbed dunes, railroad tracks, other disturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeTrifolium amphianthumPeanut CloverSandy prairies.W. LA and e. TX.
FabaceaeTrifolium echinatumPrickly CloverDisturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe, n. Africa, and w. Asia.
FabaceaeTrifolium ochroleuconSulphur CloverWaif on ballast at old seaport.Native of Europe.
FabaceaeTrifolium ornithopodioidesBirdsfoot Fenugreek, Bird CloverWaif at old seaport.Native of Europe.
FabaceaeTrifolium squamosumSea CloverWaif on ballast and in disturbed areas.Native of Europe.

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