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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
FabaceaeRhynchosia americanaAmerican SnoutbeanSandy prairies.Se. and c. TX south to s. Mexico.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia cinereaSandhill SnoutbeanSandhills, scrub.Ne. FL (Columbia County) south to s. FL.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia cytisoidesRoyal Snoutbean, Broom SnoutbeanLongleaf pine sandhills.Panhandle FL and s. AL west to MS.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia difformisLongleaf pine sandhills, other dry woodlands.Se. VA south to c. peninsular FL, west to e. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia latifoliaPrairie SnoutbeanOpen woods, barrens, pinelands, dry woodlands, roadsides.W. TN, s. MO, and OK south to c. MS, s. LA, and se. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia michauxiiMichaux's SnoutbeanLongleaf pine sandhills, dry hammocks, disturbed areas.Se. NC (one record) and e. GA (one record) south to s. peninsular FL, west to Panhandle FL. The disjunct sites are of uncertain origin.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia minimaLittle SnoutbeanHammocks, dry pine flatwoods, coastal sands, shelly areas.Se. SC (Beaufort County), e. GA, south to s. FL, west to s. TX; West Indies; Neotropics, Paleotropics. The record from Beaufort County, SC is reported by Bradley et al. [in prep.]. The species also occurs in the Old World, and the New World distribution is sometimes considered a result of introduction. Relocated in AL in 2015 (Diamond 2015).image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia mollissimaLongleaf pine sandhills, Florida scrub.Se. SC (Beaufort County, documented by an old specimen [GH] by Mellichamp from the vicinity of Bluffton, where it was probably native) and e. GA south to c. peninsular FL.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia parvifoliaSmall-leaf SnoutbeanPine rocklands, rockland hammocks.S. peninsular FL; West Indies (Cuba, Hispaniola).image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia precatoriaRosary SnoutbeanRockland hammocks.S. peninsular FL; s. AZ south through Mexico and Central America to South America. The native status in s. FL is uncertain (see Woodmansee & Sadle 2011).image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia reniformisDollarweed, Dollarleaf SnoutbeanLongleaf pine sandhills, pine rocklands.Se. NC south to s. FL, west to e. TX; disjunct (introduced?) in e. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997).image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia reticulata var. reticulataHabilloDisturbed areas.Native of West Indies, Mexico, Central America, and n. South America.
FabaceaeRhynchosia swartziiSwartz’s Snoutbean, Bonaney BeanRockland hammocks.S. peninsular FL; Bahamas and Cuba.image of plant
FabaceaeRhynchosia texanaTexas SnoutbeanGravelly or rocky limestone soils.Ne. TX, NM, and AZ south into Mexico.
FabaceaeRhynchosia tomentosaErect SnoutbeanXeric woodlands and forests, longleaf pine sandhills, barrens, edges, open areas.DE south to n. peninsular FL, west to LA, and north in the interior to e. and c. TN.image of plant

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