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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AgavaceaeYucca aloifoliaSpanish DaggerDunes; also cultivated and persistent.Se. VA south to s. FL and west to LA; Bahamas; also in Mexico (Villaseñor 2016).image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca arkansanaArkansas YuccaGlades, exposed bluffs, dry woodlands, prairies, river scour, dry, open habitats.S. MO and se. KS south through AR and OK to s. TX.image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca carriiCoastal prairies, sometimes brackish, mima mound edges, chenier plain woodlands.Coastal areas of se. TX (Brazoria, Chambers, Galveston, Harris, Matagorda counties).
AgavaceaeYucca cernuaWeeping YuccaRed clay soils, in prairie and savanna openings in and along margins of pine-hardwood forests.Endemic to e. TX (Jasper & Newton counties) and w. LA (Vernon Parish) (Singhurst et al. 2022).image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca constrictaBuckley's YuccaLimestone outcrops and rocky prairies.TX (and perhaps Mexico).image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca filamentosaCurlyleaf Yucca, Spoonleaf YuccaWoodlands, forests, dunes, sandhills, roadsides, disturbed areas. Wooded margins of granite flatrocks and similar fire-shadow sites in sandhills.S. NJ south to GA, west to MS; escaped from cultivation over a broader area of e. United States.image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca flaccidaWeakleaf YuccaThin soils around rock outcrops, woodlands, roadsides, disturbed areas.Sw. VA, c. NC and TN south to s. FL and AL.image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca freemaniiFreeman's YuccaNe. TX and nw. LA and se. AR.image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca glaucaSoapweed YuccaCalcareous shale barrens, loess hill prairies, other prairies.ND, MT, and AB south to IA, se. MO, w. AR, c. TX, and s. NM.image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca gloriosaMound-lily Yucca, Spanish BayonetDunes, shell middens, also regularly cultivated and often persistent or weakly escaped around old homesites inland.E. NC (Dare County) south to ne. FL and w. peninsular FL (Sorrie & LeBlond 2008). Populations in se. VA may be escapes from cultivation but occur in natural or semi-natural habitats similar to native occurrences in nearby ne. NC and may represent native occurrences (Virginia Botanical Associates 2019).image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca louisianensisLouisiana YuccaDry woodlands and barrens with sandy soil, such as longleaf pine and shortleaf pine woodlands.S. AR and s. OK south to w. LA and e. TX; reported in e. LA and s. MS.image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca necopinaGlen Rose Yucca, Brazos River YuccaSandy soils.Endemic to nc. TXimage of plant
AgavaceaeYucca pallidaPale YuccaLimestone outcrops, rocky prairies.Endemic to c. and nc. TX.image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca recurvifoliaCurve-leaf YuccaDunes, dry sandy soils, flatwoods, upland forests, disturbed areas.GA (or NC and SC?) and Panhandle FL west to w. LA (introduced in e. TX).image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca rupicolaTwist-leaf YuccaLimestone ledges and plains.Endemic to Edwards Plateau, just extending into the Blackland Prairie region.
AgavaceaeYucca tenuistylaScrub.Endemic to se. TX.
AgavaceaeYucca torreyiTorrey's YuccaC. and se. TX and c. NM south to n. Mexico (CHH, COA, DGO, NLE, TAM).image of plant
AgavaceaeYucca treculianaSpanish-dagger, Trécul’s Yucca, Palma PitaBrushland, grasslands, and scrub.E. and c. TX, s. NM, and s. AZ south to AGS, CHH, COA, DGO, NLE, QRO, SLP, TAM, VER).

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