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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
OrchidaceaeCorallorhiza bentleyiDry-mesic to mesic forests.E. WV (Monroe and Pocahontas counties) and w. VA (Giles, Alleghany, and Bath counties).image of plant
OrchidaceaeCorallorhiza maculata var. maculataEastern Spotted Coralroot, Summer CoralrootMoist forests, northern hardwood forests.Var. maculata is irregularly distributed in much of North America, primarily northern, from NL (Newfoundland) QC, and MN south to PA, OH, and IN, and south in the Appalachians to ne. GA, in the west from BC south to s. CA, s. AZ, and s. NM.image of plant
OrchidaceaeCorallorhiza maculata var. occidentalisWestern Spotted CoralrootMoist forests.Var. occidentalis (Lindley) Ames has a distribution similar to var. maculata, except that in the east it ranges south only to PA, s. ON, and WI, with disjunct populations in e. WV (Pocahontas County; Morton et al. 2004) and VA.image of plant
OrchidaceaeCorallorhiza odontorhizaAutumn CoralrootMesic to dry forests, especially under oaks.The cleistogamous form (or recognized as var. odontorhiza) is the more common, and is widespread in e. North America, from ME, NY, s. ON, MI, and MN south to SC, c. GA, ne. FL, c. AL, n. MS, c. AR, and e. OK.image of plant
OrchidaceaeCorallorhiza trifidaEarly Coralroot, Pale CoralrootBoreal forests, bogs, peaty swamps, basic seepage swamps, black ash-hemlock and red spruce-hemlock swamps.NL (Labrador) to AK, south to DC {specimen at NCU}, MD, WV, PA, NJ (Magrath & Freudenstein in FNA 2002, Kartesz 1999), VA (Virginia Botanical Associates 2015; J. Townsend, pers. comm., 2015), allegedly GA (Small 1933), OH, IN, IL, SD, NM, CA.image of plant
OrchidaceaeCorallorhiza wisterianaSpring CoralrootMoist to dry forests, usually in base-rich soils.NJ, PA, OH, IN, IL, MO, and OK south to c. peninsular FL, and TX, and also in the Rockies from MT and w. SD south to s. Mexico.image of plant

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