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Lamiaceae

Prunella

1

Lamiaceae

Monarda

2

Scrophulariaceae (plantaginaceae)

Penstemon

3

magnoliophyta

Commelinaceae

Traadescantia

4

Lamiaceae

Monarda

5

Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Papaver (poppy)

6

Asteraceae

Salidago

6

Araceae

Lemna (duckwed)

6

Iridaceae

Iris

6

Poales

Poaceae

Andropogon

7

Caryophyllales

Cactaceae

Opuntia

7

Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Polygonum (Persicaria?)

8

Fabales

Fabaceae

Trifolium

8

Caryophyllales

Amaranthaceae

Amaranthus

9

Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Uvularia

10

Ericaceae

Pieris

10

Brassicaceae

Cardamine

10

magnoliophyta

Commelinaceae

Traadescantia

11

Rosales

Rosaceae

Crataegus

12

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Podophyllum (may-apple)

13

Asteraceae

Bidens

14

Convolvulceae

Ipomora

15

Ericales

Ericaceae

Gaylussacia

15

Malpighiales

Violaceae

Viola

16

Fagales

Fagaceae

Quercus

16

Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Silene

 

17

Lamiaceae

Lamium

18

Fagales

Fagaceae

Castanea

19

Magniliophyta

Liliaceae

Uvularia

20

Malpighiales

Violaceae

Viola

20

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus

21

Ericales

Ericaceae

Gaylussacia

22

Araceae

Arisaema

22

Poales

Poaceae

Bromus

23

Magnoliophyta

Orchidaceae

Habenaria

23

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Anemone

25

Anacardiaceae

Toxicodendron

26

Magnoliophyta

Commelinaceae

Commelina

27

Asteraceae

Taraxacum

28

Convolvulaceae

Calystegia (fuzzy)

29

Iridaceae

Sisyrinchium

 

30

Ranunculales

Ranunulaceae

Hepatica

30

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Hepatica

31

Ericaceae

Kalmia

32

Rosales

Rosaceae

Amelanchier

32

Fagales

Betulaceae

Betula

33

Fabales

Fabaceae

Desmodium (sticktight)

34

Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Dianthus (pink)

35

Poales

Bromeliaceae

Tillandsia

35

Geraniales

Geraniaceae

Geranium

 

36

Magnoliophyta

Orchidaceae

Goodyera

36

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Thalictrum

(used to be Anemonella, but changed to Thalictrum)

38

Apocynaceae

Apocynum

 

39

Annual or perennial herbs, shrubs, or small trees; leaves alternate (spiral) to subopposite, usually lobed to divided or dissected, exstipu- late; flowers actinomorphic, zygomorphic, or biradial; calyx of 2 or 3 caducous sepals; corolla of 2+2 or 3+3 petals, the outer petals sometimes with a spur or sac; stamens numerous; carpels 2-many (syncarpous) ovary superior, ovules 1-many per carpel; fruit usually a capsule. 

Papaveraceae

41

Rosales

Rosaceae

Rubus

42

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Jeffersonia (twin-leaf)

 

42

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus

42

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Delphinium (larkspur)

43

Poales

Bromeliaceae

Bromelia

44

Fagales

Fagaceae

Castanea

44

Apocynaceae

Apocynum

44

Fagales

Betulaceae

Corylus (hazelnut)

46

Ericaceae

Vaccinium

46

Angiosperms

Nymphaeales

Nymphaeaceae

Nuphar

(water lotus)

47

Brassicaceae

Cardamine

47

malvales

Malvaceae

Malva

48

49

Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Smilacina

51

Lamiaceae

Glechoma

52

Asteraceae

Bidens

 

54

Rosales

Rosaceae

Prunus

54

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Aquilegia (wild columbine)

55

Fabales

Fabaceae

Lathyrus

56

Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Stellaria

 

57

Asteraceae

Achillea

59

Asteraceae

Senecio

60

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Anemone

61

Ericaceae

Vaccinium

62

Cornales

Cornaceae

Cornus

63

Poales

Juncaceae

Juncus

64

Solanaceae

Solanum (nightshade)

 

64

Poales

poaceae

Echinochloa (barnyard grass)

66

Scrophulariaceae

Verbascum

 

66

Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Polygonatum

67

Rosales

Rosaceae

Rosa

67

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Thalictrum (Used to be Anemonella)

68

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus

70

Rubiaceae

Galium

 

71

Perennial trees, shrubs or herbs, often spiny; leaves alternate (spiral) or rarely opposite, simple or compound (pinnate or ternate); flowers actinomorphic; perianth 6-7-seriate with 3 parts per whorl, the outer 2 whorls sepaloid, the inner 4-5 petaloid, innermost 2- 3 nectiferous; stamens 6, anthers typically valvular; carpel 1, ovary superior, ovules many per ovary; fruit typically a berry. 

Berberidaceae

73

Convolvulceae

Ipomora

74

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Clamatis

75

Boraginaceae

Echium

75

Poales

Cyperaceae

Carex

77

Anacardiaceae

Rhus

78

80

Rosales

Rosaceae

Fragaria

82

Malvaceae

Tilia

83

Rosales

Rosaceae

Amelanchier

85

Brassicaceae

Alliaria

 

86

Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Trillium

 

87

Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Sanguinaria (bloodroot)

88

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Jeffersonia (twin-leaf)

89

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Aquilegia (columbine)

90

91

Fabales

Fabaceae

Melilotus (sweet clover)

92

Brassicaceae

Capsella (shepherd's purse)

94

Asteraceae

Erigeron (fleabane)

96

Ericaceae

Rhododendron

96

Poales

Typhaceae

Typha

97

Araceae

Symplocarpus

99

Ericaceae

Rhododendron

101

Asteraceae

Aster

103

Rosales

Rosaceae

Crataegus

104

Families in Ranunculales:

7 families (but only 3 to learn)

-Berberidaceae

-Papaveraceae

-Ranunculaceae

 

105

magnoliaphyta

Liliaceae

Erythronium

106

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Berberis (barberry)

108

Solananceae

Solanum

109

Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Corydalis 

110

Magnoliophyta 

Liliaceae

Muscari

111

Poales

Poaceae

Setaria (green foxtail)

112

Asteraceae

Eupatorium

113

Asteraceae

Rudbeckia

114

Solanaceae

Datura

115

Asteraceae

Rudbeckia

116

Magnoliophyta

Orchidaceae

Cypripedium

117

Geraniales

Geraniaceae

Erodium

119

Boraginaceae

Mertensia (VA bluebell)

120

Proteales

Platanaceae

Platanus (sycamore)

121

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Thalictrum

123

Poales

Poaceae

Sorghum

124

Poales 

Poaceae

Dactylis

124

Fabales

Fabaceae

Cercis

125

Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Dicentra (Dutchman's breeches)

127

Ericaceae

Gaylussacia

128

Scrophulariaceae

Verbascum

 

130

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Caltha

131

Fabales

Fabaceae

Cercis

132

Rubiaceae

Houstonia

133

Poales

Poaceae

Phleum (timothy)

135

 

 

Angiosperms

Nymphaeales

Nymphaeaceae

Nymphaea

(water lilly)

136

Anacardiaceae

Rhus

137

Rosales

Rosaceae

Amelanchier

138

Apiaceae

Daucus

140

Scrophulariaceae (plantaginaceae)

Veronica

141

Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Eschscholzia (mexican poppy)

 

142

Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Sanguinaria (blood root)

143

Polemoniaceae

Phlox

144

Eudicots

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Podophyllum

146

Poales

Cyperaceae

Carex

147

Fabales

Fabaceae

Trifolium

148

Malpighiales

Euphorbiaceae

Euphorbia (spurge)

149

Mostly herbs, sometimes shrubs or vines; leaves alternate (spiral), simple to compound, with sheathing leaf bases; flowers usually actinomorphic and perfect; calyx of 5-8 petaloid sepals; corolla of few-many petals (rarely absent); stamens usually numerous; carpels usually numerous (apocarpous), ovaries superior, ovules usually many per carpel; fruit usually an aggregate of follicles, achenes, or berries. 

Ranunculaceae

150

Rosales

Rosaceae

Rubus

151

Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Polygonum

152

Apocynaceae

Asclepias

154

Convolvulaceae

Convolvulus

155

156

Poales

Poaceae

poa

158

Magnoliophyta

Alismataceae

Sagittaria

159

Eudicots

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Jeffersonia (twin-leaf)

160

Poales

Poaceae

Echinochloa

161

Ericaceae

Vaccinium

162

Boraginaceae

Echium

163

Asteraceae

Senecio

164

Poales

Poaceae

Panicum

 

165

Asteraceae

Aster

166

Fagales

Fagaceae

Fagus

168

Geraniales

Geraniaceae

Erodium

169

Angiosperms

Nymphaeales

Nymphaeaceae

Nuphar

(water lotus)

170

Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Rumex

171

Ericaceae

Pieris

172

Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Stellaria

173

Fagales

Fagaceae

Quercus

174

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Clematis

175

Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Polygonum

176

Rosales

Rosaceae

Potentilla

177

Brassicales

Brassicaceae

Barbarea

178

Magnoliophyta

Arecaceae

Serenoa

180

Myrtales

Onagraceae

Oenothera (primrose)

181

Ericaceae

Kalmia

186

Fagales

Betulaceae

Alnus