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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
FabaceaeVicia acutifoliaFourleaf VetchPond margins, pine flatwoods, ditches.Se. SC south to s. FL, west to e. Panhandle FL; n. Bahamas.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia americana var. americanaAmerican Vetch, Purple VetchDry rocky or shaly woodlands, forest edges, riverside scours and prairies.Var. americana ranges from QC west to AK, south to w. VA, s. WV, MO, OK, TX, Mexico. The reports for AL (Woods & Diamond 2006) and w. NC (Kartesz 2020) are based on misidentifications.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia carolinianaPale Vetch, Wood Vetch, Carolina VetchForests, woodlands, and disturbed areas.NY west to WI, south to s. GA, s. MS, and c. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia craccaTufted Vetch, Cow Vetch, Canada-peaDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia floridanaFlorida VetchMoist soils of hammocks, ditches, roadbanks.E. GA (McIntosh Co.) south to c. peninsular FL.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia grandifloraLarge Yellow VetchDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia hirsutaTiny Vetch, Hairy TareDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia lathyroidesSpring VetchLawns, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia luteaYellow VetchDisturbed areas, old pastures.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia minutifloraSmallflower VetchCalcareous woodlands, bluffs, and outcrops, dry hammocks.Sw. KY (Trigg County; Brock 2020), TN, Panhandle FL, and sw. GA west to OK and TX.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia pannonicaHungarian VetchPlanted in agricultural test plots, perhaps weakly naturalized.Native of Europe. Reported for AL and GA, but all known specimens are from agricultural test plots (Wichmann, pers. comm. 2013). Also reported for NC (Isely 1998). {investigate}image of plant
FabaceaeVicia sativa ssp. nigraNarrowleaf VetchDisturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia sativa ssp. sativaCommon VetchDisturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia sepiumBush Vetch, Wild TareDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. Introduced south to WV and in e. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993).
FabaceaeVicia tetraspermaSlender Vetch, Smooth Tare, Lentil Vetch, Sparrow VetchDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia villosa ssp. variaWinter VetchDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia villosa ssp. villosaHairy Vetch, Fodder VetchDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia articulataMonantha Vetch, Oneflower VetchPerhaps only cultivated.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia fabaHorse Bean, Faba Bean, Broad BeanDisturbed areas, a waif from cultivation.Native of Mediterranean Europe. Introduced in se. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993).
FabaceaeVicia ludoviciana var. leavenworthiiLeavenworth's VetchWoodlands, prairies, dunes, disturbed areas.MO and OK south to se. and s. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia ludoviciana var. ludovicianaLouisiana VetchWoodlands, prairies, dunes, disturbed areas.GA, AL, and Panhandle FL west to AR and c. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia narbonensisNarbonne VetchDisturbed areas, probably only a waif.Native of Europe. Introduced in MD and DC (Fernald 1950) and NY.
FabaceaeVicia americana var. minorDry prairies, bluffs, roadsides.MB west to BC, south to sc. OK, Panhandle TX, c. NM, and UT.
FabaceaeVicia ocalensisOcala VetchSpring runs, stream margins.Endemic to Marion and Lake counties, n. peninsular FL.image of plant
FabaceaeVicia hybridaHairy Yellow VetchWaif in disturbed areas.Native of Mediterranean Europe and w. Asia.
FabaceaeVicia dispermaEuropean Vetch
FabaceaeVicia ludoviciana var. texanaSouth Texas VetchPrairies, fields, disturbed areas.Se. and s. TX; adjacent Mexico.
FabaceaeVicia ludoviciana var. laxifloraBlackland VetchPrairies, woodlands, rock outcrops.S. OK south to c,. TX, s. NM, and Mexico.
FabaceaeVicia ludoviciana var. 1 ('louisianica')Louisiana VetchDeciduous forests and bottomlands, streamsides, prairies, glades, roadsides.W. MS, AR, and se. OK south to s. LA.
FabaceaeVicia ludoviciana var. occidentalisWestern Louisiana VetchWoodlands, grasslands, disturbed areas.W. OK, CO, sw. UT, s. NV south to s. TX, NM, AZ, se. CA, and Mexico.
FabaceaeVicia peregrinaWandering VetchWaif on ore piles.Native of Mediterranean Europe and w. Asia.

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