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Lamiaceae

Prunella

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Lamiaceae

Monarda

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Scrophulariaceae (plantaginaceae)

Penstemon

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magnoliophyta

Commelinaceae

Traadescantia

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Lamiaceae

Monarda

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Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Papaver (poppy)

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Asteraceae

Salidago

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Araceae

Lemna (duckwed)

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Iridaceae

Iris

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Poales

Poaceae

Andropogon

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Caryophyllales

Cactaceae

Opuntia

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Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Polygonum (Persicaria?)

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Fabales

Fabaceae

Trifolium

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Caryophyllales

Amaranthaceae

Amaranthus

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Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Uvularia

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Ericaceae

Pieris

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Brassicaceae

Cardamine

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magnoliophyta

Commelinaceae

Traadescantia

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Crataegus

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Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Podophyllum (may-apple)

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Asteraceae

Bidens

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Convolvulceae

Ipomora

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Ericales

Ericaceae

Gaylussacia

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Malpighiales

Violaceae

Viola

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Fagales

Fagaceae

Quercus

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Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Silene

 

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Lamiaceae

Lamium

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Fagales

Fagaceae

Castanea

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Magniliophyta

Liliaceae

Uvularia

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Malpighiales

Violaceae

Viola

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus

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Ericales

Ericaceae

Gaylussacia

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Araceae

Arisaema

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Poales

Poaceae

Bromus

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Magnoliophyta

Orchidaceae

Habenaria

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Anemone

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Anacardiaceae

Toxicodendron

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Magnoliophyta

Commelinaceae

Commelina

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Asteraceae

Taraxacum

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Convolvulaceae

Calystegia (fuzzy)

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Iridaceae

Sisyrinchium

 

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Ranunculales

Ranunulaceae

Hepatica

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Hepatica

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Ericaceae

Kalmia

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Amelanchier

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Fagales

Betulaceae

Betula

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Fabales

Fabaceae

Desmodium (sticktight)

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Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Dianthus (pink)

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Poales

Bromeliaceae

Tillandsia

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Geraniales

Geraniaceae

Geranium

 

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Magnoliophyta

Orchidaceae

Goodyera

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Thalictrum

(used to be Anemonella, but changed to Thalictrum)

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Apocynaceae

Apocynum

 

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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

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Rubus

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Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Jeffersonia (twin-leaf)

 

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Delphinium (larkspur)

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Poales

Bromeliaceae

Bromelia

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Fagales

Fagaceae

Castanea

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Apocynaceae

Apocynum

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Fagales

Betulaceae

Corylus (hazelnut)

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Ericaceae

Vaccinium

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Angiosperms

Nymphaeales

Nymphaeaceae

Nuphar

(water lotus)

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Brassicaceae

Cardamine

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malvales

Malvaceae

Malva

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Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Smilacina

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Lamiaceae

Glechoma

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Asteraceae

Bidens

 

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Prunus

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Aquilegia (wild columbine)

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Fabales

Fabaceae

Lathyrus

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Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Stellaria

 

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Asteraceae

Achillea

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Asteraceae

Senecio

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Anemone

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Ericaceae

Vaccinium

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Cornales

Cornaceae

Cornus

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Poales

Juncaceae

Juncus

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Solanaceae

Solanum (nightshade)

 

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Poales

poaceae

Echinochloa (barnyard grass)

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Scrophulariaceae

Verbascum

 

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Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Polygonatum

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Rosa

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Thalictrum (Used to be Anemonella)

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Ranunculus

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Rubiaceae

Galium

 

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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

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Convolvulceae

Ipomora

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Clamatis

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Boraginaceae

Echium

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Poales

Cyperaceae

Carex

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Anacardiaceae

Rhus

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Fragaria

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Malvaceae

Tilia

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Amelanchier

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Brassicaceae

Alliaria

 

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Magnoliophyta

Liliaceae

Trillium

 

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Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Sanguinaria (bloodroot)

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Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Jeffersonia (twin-leaf)

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Aquilegia (columbine)

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Fabales

Fabaceae

Melilotus (sweet clover)

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Brassicaceae

Capsella (shepherd's purse)

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Asteraceae

Erigeron (fleabane)

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Ericaceae

Rhododendron

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Poales

Typhaceae

Typha

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Araceae

Symplocarpus

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Ericaceae

Rhododendron

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Asteraceae

Aster

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Crataegus

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Families in Ranunculales:

7 families (but only 3 to learn)

-Berberidaceae

-Papaveraceae

-Ranunculaceae

 

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magnoliaphyta

Liliaceae

Erythronium

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Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Berberis (barberry)

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Solananceae

Solanum

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Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Corydalis 

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Magnoliophyta 

Liliaceae

Muscari

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Poales

Poaceae

Setaria (green foxtail)

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Asteraceae

Eupatorium

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Asteraceae

Rudbeckia

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Solanaceae

Datura

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Asteraceae

Rudbeckia

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Magnoliophyta

Orchidaceae

Cypripedium

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Geraniales

Geraniaceae

Erodium

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Boraginaceae

Mertensia (VA bluebell)

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Proteales

Platanaceae

Platanus (sycamore)

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Thalictrum

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Poales

Poaceae

Sorghum

124

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Poales 

Poaceae

Dactylis

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Fabales

Fabaceae

Cercis

125

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Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Dicentra (Dutchman's breeches)

127

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Ericaceae

Gaylussacia

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Scrophulariaceae

Verbascum

 

130

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Caltha

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Fabales

Fabaceae

Cercis

132

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Rubiaceae

Houstonia

133

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Poales

Poaceae

Phleum (timothy)

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Angiosperms

Nymphaeales

Nymphaeaceae

Nymphaea

(water lilly)

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Anacardiaceae

Rhus

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Amelanchier

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Apiaceae

Daucus

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Scrophulariaceae (plantaginaceae)

Veronica

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Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Eschscholzia (mexican poppy)

 

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Ranunculales

Papaveraceae

Sanguinaria (blood root)

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Polemoniaceae

Phlox

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Eudicots

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Podophyllum

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Poales

Cyperaceae

Carex

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Fabales

Fabaceae

Trifolium

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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

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Rubus

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Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Polygonum

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Apocynaceae

Asclepias

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Convolvulaceae

Convolvulus

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Poales

Poaceae

poa

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Magnoliophyta

Alismataceae

Sagittaria

159

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Eudicots

Ranunculales

Berberidaceae

Jeffersonia (twin-leaf)

160

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Poales

Poaceae

Echinochloa

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Ericaceae

Vaccinium

162

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Boraginaceae

Echium

163

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Asteraceae

Senecio

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Poales

Poaceae

Panicum

 

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Asteraceae

Aster

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Fagales

Fagaceae

Fagus

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Geraniales

Geraniaceae

Erodium

169

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Angiosperms

Nymphaeales

Nymphaeaceae

Nuphar

(water lotus)

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Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Rumex

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Ericaceae

Pieris

172

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Caryophyllales

Caryophyllaceae

Stellaria

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Fagales

Fagaceae

Quercus

174

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Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Clematis

175

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Caryophyllales

Polygonaceae

Polygonum

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Rosales

Rosaceae

Potentilla

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Brassicales

Brassicaceae

Barbarea

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Magnoliophyta

Arecaceae

Serenoa

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Myrtales

Onagraceae

Oenothera (primrose)

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Ericaceae

Kalmia

186

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Fagales

Betulaceae

Alnus