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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
FabaceaeAstragalus bibullatusPyne's Ground-plumCalcareous glades.Endemic to c. TN (Barneby & Bridges 1987).
FabaceaeAstragalus brazoensisBrazos MilkvetchCoastal prairie, stream margins, roadsides, and other disturbed areas.S. and se. TX and Mexico (COA, DGO, SLP, TAM, ZAC).
FabaceaeAstragalus canadensis var. canadensisCanada MilkvetchForests, woodlands, streambanks, rocky slopes and bluffs, prairies.Ranging through much of North America, from QC and Hudson Bay west to BC, south to GA, TX, NM, and CA; also apparently disjunct in Siberia.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus crassicarpus var. berlandieriBerlandier's Ground-plumPrairies.E. and c. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus crassicarpus var. crassicarpusPurple Ground-plumPrairies, rocky woodlands, roadsides.WI, MN, MB, SK, AB south to AR, sc. TX, NM, and Mexico.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus distortus var. distortusOzark Milkvetch, Bent MilkvetchShale barrens and other dry, shaley places, westwards in a variety of dry open and wooded habitats.A. distortus is interpreted by Barneby (1964) (and followed by Cronquist [1991] and Isely [1990]) to consist of 2 varieties: var. distortus, occurring in the s. Midwest from IL, MO, and OK south to MS, LA, and AR, and disjunct in n. and sc. VA, e. WV, and w. MD, and var. engelmannii (Sheldon) M.E. Jones, of TX and ne. LAimage of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus distortus var. engelmanniiEngelmann's MilkvetchOpen pine or oak woodlands.AR, TX, and w. LA; disjunct eastward in MS (?) (NatureServe 2007).image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus emoryanus var. emoryanusEmory's MilkvetchThornscrub, mesquital.S. TX, w. TX, NM, and s. UT south to Mexico.
FabaceaeAstragalus glycyphyllosLicorice Milkvetch, FitsrootWaif on ballast.Native of Europe.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus gracilisSlender MilkvetchCalcareous soils, in prairies or juniper savannas.ND, SK, and MT south to sc. OK, Panhandle TX, and c. NM.
FabaceaeAstragalus hamosusWaif on ore piles.Native of Mediterranean Europe, n. Africa, and w. Asia.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus leptocarpusSlim-pod MilkvetchOak woodlands, mesquital.Sw. AR and s. OK south to sw. LA and e. and s. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus lindheimeriLindheimer's MilkvetchRocky or sandy prairies hills, bluffs, open disturbed areas.C. and w. OK south to e., sc., and w. TX.
FabaceaeAstragalus lotiflorusLotus MilkvetchPrairies, bluffs, wooded canyons.MN, MB, SK, AB, and BC south to TX and NM.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus michauxiiSandhill Milkvetch, Michaux's MilkvetchLongleaf pine sandhills, in loamy, clayey, or sandy areas.Sc. NC south through SC to GA, a Southeastern Coastal Plain endemic (reports from AL and FL are in error).image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus missouriensis var. missouriensisMissouri MilkvetchPrairies, bluffs, ravines.MB, SK, and AB south to TX, NM, AZ, and (?) Mexico.
FabaceaeAstragalus mollissimus var. mollissimusWoolly LocoweedPrairies, hillsides, stream valleys.Sw. SD and se. WY south to nc. TX, w. TX, and NM.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus neglectusCooper's MilkvetchDry calcareous woodlands and barrens, over dolostone and limestone.Se. ON west to se. SK and ne. ND, south to w. NY, ne. PA, c. PA, n. OH, s. MI, se. WI, and e. SD; disjunct in w. VA and e. WV (Wieboldt et al. 1998).image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus nuttallianus var. austrinusRio Fronteras MilkvetchDry, rocky or sandy prairies.S. KS, s. CO and n. AZ south to s. TX and Mexico.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus nuttallianus var. macilentusReported for Dallas County TX by Kartesz (2022).
FabaceaeAstragalus nuttallianus var. nuttallianusNuttall’s MilkvetchBlackland prairies.W. AR, s. KS, and n. TX south to sw. LA, s. TX, and Mexico; disjunct in w. AL (Keener 2013).
FabaceaeAstragalus nuttallianus var. trichocarpusHairypod MilkvetchPrairies, woodlands.OK and NM south to e. TX, s. TX, and Mexico.
FabaceaeAstragalus nuttallianus var. zapatanusLoredo MilkvetchSandy areas.S. TX and TAM.
FabaceaeAstragalus obcordatusFlorida MilkvetchLongleaf pine sandhills.S. MS south to c. peninsular FL; reported for s. GA, but no specimen was seen (Barneby 1964).
FabaceaeAstragalus plattensisPlatte River MilkvetchSandy or rocky prairies.ND and MT south through SD, WY, NE, KS, CO, and OK to sc. TX.
FabaceaeAstragalus pleianthusBlackland prairies, woodlands.E. and c. TX.
FabaceaeAstragalus racemosus var. racemosusCream MilkvetchPrairies.MN, ND, s. SK, and se. MT south to n. TX and NM.
FabaceaeAstragalus reflexusTexas Milkvetch, Drooping MilkvetchPrairies on calcareous soils.Nc. to s. TX.
FabaceaeAstragalus soxmaniorumSoxmans' MilkvetchLongleaf pinelands, other woodlands.S. AR south to w. LA and e. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus tennesseensisTennessee Ground-plumCalcareous glades.TN, n. AL, n. IL (and formerly c. IN, and possibly MO).image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus trichocalyxOzark Ground-plum, Cream Ground-plumGlades, barrens, woodlands, and prairies, often over calcareous substrates.IL south and west through MO, AR, and se. KS to nc. LA, ne. TX, and OK.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus villosusBearded Milkvetch, Southern MilkvetchLongleaf pine sandhills and other dry, sandy places.A Southeastern Coastal Plain endemic: s. SC south to Panhandle FL, west to s. MS.image of plant
FabaceaeAstragalus wrightiiWright's MilkvetchRocky hills over limestone.E. TX west to trans-Pecos TX.

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