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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
UrticaceaeUrtica ballotifoliaWaif on ore piles.
UrticaceaeUrtica chamaedryoidesDwarf Stinging Nettle, Heartleaf Nettle, OrtiguillaRich moist soil, usually on floodplains.WV, KY, se. MO and OK south to FL, TX, and s. Mexico; very rare east of the Blue Ridge. Notable disjunct eastern locations include Stevens Creek (McCormick County, SC), Congaree Swamp (Richland County, SC), and various sites on very rich levees of the Roanoke River (NC).image of plant
UrticaceaeUrtica dioica ssp. dioicaEuropean Stinging Nettle, Great NettleBottomlands, roadsides, other disturbed areas, primarily in calcareous soils.Native of Europe.image of plant
UrticaceaeUrtica gracilis ssp. gracilisAmerican Stinging NettleBottomland forests and edges, particularly over limestone or mafic rocks.NL (Labrador) and NS west to AK, south to sw. VA, w. NC, s. OH, s. IL, s. MO, n. TX, s. NM, and se. AZ.image of plant
UrticaceaeUrtica piluliferaRoman NettleWaif at old seaport.Native of Mediterranean Europe.image of plant
UrticaceaeUrtica urensBurning Nettle, Dog-nettle, Small NettleDisturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant