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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
CaryophyllaceaeGeocarpon carolinianumCarolina Sandwort, LongrootDeep white sands of barren longleaf pine sandhills, sand barrens, other dry sandy habitats, as in the NJ Pine Barrens.NY (Long Island) and formerly RI, to Panhandle FL, on the Coastal Plain.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeGeocarpon cumberlandensisCumberland SandwortVertical sandstone outcrops in the Cumberland Plateau.Endemic to the Cumberland Plateau of ne. TN (Fentress, Morgan, Pickett, and Scott counties) and se. KY (McCreary County).image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeGeocarpon glabrumAppalachian SandwortGranitic flatrocks, other outcrops of granite, granitic gneiss, or other felsic gneisses and schists, in the mountains restricted to low or medium elevations.ME and NH south to w. GA (Jones & Coile 1988) and AL, primarily on the Piedmont and also in the Cumberlands (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997).image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeGeocarpon groenlandicumMountain Sandwort, Greenland SandwortLow elevation rock outcrops (such as sandstone pavements in the VA Ridge and Valley) to high elevation rock outcrops in the Mountains (ascending to nearly 2000m on Roan Mountain), also disjunct on the summits of quartzite monadnocks in the upper Piedmont (such as Pilot Mountain, Surry County, NC and Hanging Rock, Stokes County, NC).Greenland, NS, and QC south to the higher mountains of New England and NY; disjunct in the Southern Appalachians of VA, w. NC, and e. TN.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeGeocarpon minimumGeocarpon, Tiny-TimSandstone glades, saline glades and slicks.Sw. MO and ec. OK (Buthod & Miller 2023) south to n. LA and ne. TX.image of plant
CaryophyllaceaeGeocarpon nuttalliiDrummond's SandwortSandy or sandy clay prairies and open woodlands.AR and e. OK south to w. LA and e. TX.
CaryophyllaceaeGeocarpon uniflorumGranitic flatrocks, outcrops of Altamaha grit.S. NC south to c. GA, west to ec. AL, on the Piedmont and extending into the Coastal Plain of Georgia on Altamaha grit.image of plant

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