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Flora of New York/Apiales

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Flora of New York — Apiales
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Genus
index
Protected species index Invasive species index


In New York, the order Apiales is represented by the ginseng and carrot families.

Order Family Subfamily Tribe Subtribe Genera G T
Apiales Araliaceae Aralioideae Hedereae Hedera (English ivy) 1 1
Aralieae Aralia (spikenard, sarsaparilla, angelica tree)
Panax (ginseng)
Eleutherococcus (five-leaved aralia)
3 8
Hydrocotyloideae Hydrocotyle (water pennywort) 1 5
Apiaceae Saniculoideae Saniculeae Sanicula (sanicle, black snakeroot)
Eryngium (eryngo, coyote thistle)
2 7
Apioideae Oenantheae Sium (water-parsnip)
Cicuta (water-hemlock)
Cryptotaenia (honewort)
Ptilimnium (mock bishop-weed, herb-william)
Lilaeopsis (grasswort)
Oxypolis (cowbane, stiff cowbane, water dropwort)
Berula (water parsnip)
7 8
Scandiceae Scandicinae Osmorhiza (sweetroot, sweet-cicely)
Chaerophyllum (chervil)
Anthriscus (chervil, cow parsley)
3 6
Daucinae Daucus (wild carrot, Queen Anne's lace) 1 1
Torilidinae Torilis (hedge parsley) 1 1
Careae Carum (caraway, anise)
Aegopodium (goutweed, ground elder)
2 2
Pimpinelleae Pimpinella (burnet-saxifrage) 1 2
Coriandreae Coriandrum (coriander) 1 1
Apieae Apium (celery)
Anethum (dill)
Foeniculum (fennel)
Levisticum (lovage)
Petroselinum (parsley)
4 4
Tordylieae Heracleum (cow parsnip, hogweed)
Pastinaca (parsnip)
2 4
Selineae Taenidia (yellow pimpernel)
Zizia (golden Alexanders)
Angelica (angelica)
Ligusticum (licorice-root)
Thaspium (meadow-parsnip)
Aethusa (fool's parsley)
Peucedanum (masterwort)
7 11
(unplaced) Conioselinum (hemlock-parsley)
Erigenia (pepper-and-salt)
Conium (poison hemlock)
3 3

Family AraliaceaeEdit

The Araliaceae (ginseng family)

Subfamily AralioideaeEdit

Tribe AralieaeEdit

Genus AraliaEdit

Three sections of Aralia are found in New York.[1]

The native Aralia spinosa is similar in appearance to the exotica invasive Aralia elata. Reports of A. spinosa in the New York City area are probably A. elata.[2]

Apiales — Araliaceae — Aralioideae — Aralieae — Aralia

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Araliasect. Nanae |width=100 align=center|Sarsaparilla |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|5

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 L.

1753. Aralia nudicaulis L.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Wild sarsaparilla,
American sarsaparilla,
Virginia sarsaparilla


Angélique à tige nue,
Salsepareille

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 6,
Secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN

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Images, wsp |-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Araliasect. Aralia |width=100 align=center|Spikenard |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|5

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 L.
ssp. racemosa

1753. Aralia racemosa L.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|American spikenard,
Small spikenard | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 7,
Secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN

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Images, wsp |-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Araliasect. Dimorphanthus |width=100 align=center|Angelica-tree |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|5

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 Vent.

    
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Bristly sarsaparilla,
Bristly spikenard


Aralie hispide,
Salsepareille

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 6,
Likely secure

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 L.

    
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Devil's walking-stick,
Hercules'-club,
Angelica-tree

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 4,
Likely secure,
NE-5[3]


FAC


Perennial,
Tree, shrub | align=center nowrap="true"|

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-4
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NEW Can-0





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 (Miq.) Seem.

    Dimorphanthus elatus Miq.
    Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem.
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Japanese angelica-tree,
Japanese aralia,
Japanese Hercules'-club


Aralie élevée,
Aralia élevé,
Angélique du Japon

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
Very highly invasive,
NYIS: 80%[4],
Prohibited[5],
NE-4[6]

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW Can


BNA


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  1. Wen, J. (2011). "Systematics and Biogeography of Aralia L. (Araliaceae): Revision of Aralia Sects. Aralia, Humiles, Nanae, and Sciadodendron." Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, 57:1-172. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/23493230
  2. Steven D. Glenn (2012), Aralia spinosa, devil's walking-stick, New York Metropolitan Flora Project.
  3. Category 5 Plants - native invasives - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service
  4. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentAralia elata: Very high (80). M.J.Jordan, G.Moore & T.W.Weldy (2008). Invasiveness ranking system for non-native plants of New York. Unpublished. The Nature Conservancy, Albany & Cold Spring Harbor, NY; Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY.
  5. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Regulation 6 NYCRR Part 575 Prohibited and Regulated Invasive Species
  6. Category 4 Plants - local concern and monitoring - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service

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Genus PanaxEdit

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius), is widely collected for use as a medicinal herb.[1] Note that is illegal to harvest American ginseng from State Lands.[2]

Apiales — Araliaceae — Aralioideae — Aralieae — Panax

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Panax |width=100 align=center|Ginseng |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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 L.

1753. Panax trifolium L.
1854. Aralia trifolia (L.) Decne.& Planch.
1872. Ginseng trifolium (L.) Alph.Wood

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Dwarf ginseng,
Groundnut


Ginseng à trois folioles,
Panace à trois folioles,
Petit ginseng | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 8,
Secure


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
Trop.
BNA
IPN 

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 L.

1718. Aureliana canadensis Lafit. pre-Lin.
1753. Panax quinquefolium L.
1838. Panax americanus Raf.
1854. Aralia quinquefolia (L.) Decne.& Planch.
1871. Ginseng quinquefolium (L.) Alph.Wood

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|American ginseng,
Five-leaved ginseng,
Occidental ginseng,
Redberry


Ginseng à cinq folioles,
Ginseng d'Amérique,
Grand ginseng,
Panace à cinq folioles | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 9,
Vulnerable


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-3-4
USDA-NN
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
Trop.
BNA
IPN 

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Genus EleutherococcusEdit

The National Park Service considers Five-leaf Aralia to be a potential or emerging threat to natural areas in the mid-Atlantic region.[1]

Apiales — Araliaceae — Aralioideae — Aralieae — Eleutherococcus

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Eleutherococcus |width=100 align=center|Thorny ginseng |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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(Makino) Koidz.

1881. Acanthopanax pentaphyllus Marchal
1898. Acanthopanax sieboldianus Makino
1914. E. pentaphyllus (Marchal) Nakai
1939. E. sieboldianus (Makino) Koidz.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Five-leaved aralia | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
Potentially invasive

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW 
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Trop.
BNA


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Tribe HedereaeEdit

Genus HederaEdit

Ivies (Hedera spp.) are primarily native to Eurasia and northern Africa. Outside of their native ranges, some can become invasive, as Hedera helix is considered to be in New York. However both of these ivies are considered invasive at various locations throughout North America.[1]

Apiales — Araliaceae — Aralioideae — Hedereae — Hedera

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Hedera |width=100 align=center|Ivy |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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 L.
ssp. helix

1753. Hedera helix L
1830. Hedera canariensis Willd.
1830. H. helix var. canariensis DC.
1913. H. helix ssp. canariensis Cout.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|English ivy


Lierre commun,
Lierre

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 temperate Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 66%[2],
CP-3[3] IPA

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-X0
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
Trop.
BNA


Images, wsp |-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Hedera (excluded) |width=100 align=center|Ivy |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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 (G.Kirchn.) Bean

1864. Hedera helix var. hibernica G.Kirchn.
1890. Hedera hibernica Carrière invalid
1914. Hedera hibernica (G.Kirchn.) Bean
1987. Hedera helix ssp. hibernica McClint.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Atlantic ivy,
Irish ivy


Lierre d'Irlande

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Europe,
N.Y. excluded

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-XCLD
USDA-X0

ARS ITIS
Trop.
BNA


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  1. Patterson Clark (2013). "Ivy: You say helix, I say hibernica." Urban Jungle column in The Washington Post. February 19, 2013.
  2. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentHedera helix: Moderate (66). M.J.Jordan, G.Moore & T.W.Weldy (2008). Invasiveness ranking system for non-native plants of New York. Unpublished. The Nature Conservancy, Albany & Cold Spring Harbor, NY; Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY.
  3. Appendix 3. Plant species that are considered moderately to highly invasive to natural areas in the central Finger Lakes region. Policy on the use of non-native plants in Cornell Plantations' accessioned collections (2009)

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Subfamily HydrocotyloideaeEdit

Genus HydrocotyleEdit

Apiales — Araliaceae — Hydrocotyloideae — Hydrocotyle

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Hydrocotyle |width=100 align=center|Water pennywort |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|5

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 L.

1753. Hydrocotyle americana L.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|American marsh-pennywort,
American water-pennywort

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 6,
Secure


OBL


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW 





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 L.

1753. Hydrocotyle umbellata L.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Many-flowered
  marsh-pennywort,
Many-flowered pennywort,
Dollarweed | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 10,
Rare

| align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-3
USDA-N?
NEW 





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 L.f.

1782. H. ranunculoides L.f.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Floating pennywort | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Endangered

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-1






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 Thunb.
var. verticillata

1798. Hydrocotyle verticillata Thunb.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Whorled pennywort,
Whorled marsh-pennywort | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Endangered

| align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-1
NEW 





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 L.

    Hydrocotyle vulgaris L.
    H. fetherstoniana
1798. H. verticillata var. fetherstoniana

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|European marsh-pennywort,
Common pennywort,
Pennywort | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
Impersistent

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-Z
USDA-00
NEW 




EOL 
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Lam.

    H. sibthorpioides Lam.
    H. rotundifolia Roxburgh ex DC.
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Lawn marsh-pennywort | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
Naturalized

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Family ApiaceaeEdit

The Apiaceae (carrot family)...

Subfamily SaniculoideaeEdit

Tribe SaniculeaeEdit

Genus SaniculaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Saniculoideae — Saniculeae — Sanicula

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Sanicula |width=100 align=center|Sanicle /
black snakeroot
|nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|5

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|nowrap="true" style="line-height:13px"|

L.

1753. S. marilandica L.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Maryland sanicle,
Maryland snakeroot,
Black snakeroot | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 6,
Secure

| align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-N
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L.
var. canadensis

1753. S. canadensis L.
1824. S. marilandica var. canadensis
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Short-styled sanicle,
Canadian blacksnakeroot,
Canada sanicle | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 7,
Secure

| align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-N
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ARS 
Trop.



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var. grandis Fernald

1940. S. canadensis var. grandis
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Big-fruited Canada sanicle,,
Big-fruited Canada snakeroot | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 7,
Secure

| align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-N
NEW 
ARS 
Trop.



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(Raf.) K.M.Pryer & L.R.Phillippe

1817. Triclinium odoratum Raf.
1895. S. gregaria E.P.Bicknell
1989. S. odorata (Raf.)
K.M.Pryer & L.R.Phillippe

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Clustered sanicle,
Clustered black snakeroot,
Common black snakeroot

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 7,
Secure


FAC-FACU


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW 
ARS ITIS




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E.P. Bicknell

    
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Large-fruited sanicle,
Large-fruited snakeroot,
Beaked snakeroot

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: ?,
Secure


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW 
ITIS




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Genus EryngiumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Saniculoideae — Saniculeae — Eryngium

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Eryngium |width=100 align=center|Eryngo |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|3

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|nowrap="true" style="line-height:13px"|


|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Marsh rattlesnake master | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
No recent reports

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-Z






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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Plain coyote-thistle,
Plains eryngo

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX






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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Seaside coyote-thistle | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
Impersistent

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X






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Subfamily ApioideaeEdit

The organization used here for the Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae is based on Downie (2010).[1]

Tribe ErigenieaeEdit

Genus ErigeniaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Erigenia

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Erigenia |width=100 align=center|Erigenia |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Harbinger-of-spring,
Pepper-and-salt | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 9,
Endangered

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-1
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Tribe OenantheaeEdit

Genus SiumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Sium

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Sium |width=100 align=center|Waterparsnip |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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 Walter

1788. Sium suave Walter
1789. Sium cicutifolium Schrank
1987. Sium suave var. floridanum
C.F. Reed

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Hemlock water-parsnip,
Water-parsnip,
Water-parsley | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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Genus CicutaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Cicuta

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Cicuta |width=100 align=center|Water-hemlock |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Bulb-bearing water-hemlock,
Bulblet-bearing water hemlock,
Bulbous waterhemlock | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-N






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var. maculata

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Spotted water hemlock,
Poison hemlock,
Beaver-poison,
Musquash-root,
Spotted cowbane | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
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Genus CryptotaeniaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Cryptotaenia

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Cryptotaenia |width=100 align=center|Honewort |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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 (L.) DC.

1753. Sison canadense L.
1829. Cryptotaenia canadensis DC.
1891. Deringa canadensis Kuntze

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Canada honewort | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-N
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Genus PtilimniumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Ptilimnium

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Ptilimnium |width=100 align=center|Mock-bishopweed |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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(Michx.) Raf.

1803. Ammi capillaceum Michx.
1829. Discopleura capillacea DC.
1830. Ptilimnium capillaceum Raf.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Mock bishop-weed,
Threadleaf mockbishopweed,
Atlantic mock bishop-weed,
Herbwilliam | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Rare

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-3
USDA-N0
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Genus LilaeopsisEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Lilaeopsis

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Lilaeopsis |width=100 align=center|Grasswort |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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 (L.) Kuntze

1753. Hydrocotyle chinensis L.
1803. Hydrocotyle lineata Michx.
1818. Crantzia lineata Nutt.
1891. Lilaeopsis lineata Greene
1898. Lilaeopsis chinensis Kuntze

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Eastern grasswort,
Eastern lilaeopsis | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Threatened

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-2
USDA-NN
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Genus OxypolisEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Oxypolis

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|OxypolisRaf. |width=100 align=center|Cowbane |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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 (L.) Raf.

1753. Sium rigidius L.
1830. Oxypolis rigidior Raf.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Stiff cowbane,
Water-dropwort | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Endangered

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Genus BerulaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Oenantheae — Berula

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Berula |width=100 align=center|Waterparsnip |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Cutleaf water parsnip,
Water parsnip | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
No recent reports

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Tribe ScandiceaeEdit

Subtribe ScandicinaeEdit
Genus OsmorhizaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Scandiceae — Scandicinae — Osmorhiza

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Osmorhiza |width=100 align=center|Sweetroot |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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(Michx.) C.B.Clarke

1803. Myrrhis claytonii Michx.
1830. Osmorhiza brevistylis DC.
1879. Osmorhiza claytonii C.B.Clarke
1897. Washingtonia claytonii Britton
1916. Scandix claytonii Koso-Pol.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Clayton's sweetroot,
Hairy sweet cicely,
Bland sweet-cicely | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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USDA-NN
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 (Torr.) DC.

1824. Myrrhis longistylis Torr.
1830. Osmorhiza longistylis DC.
1897. Washingtonia longistylis Britton

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Longstyle sweetroot,
Long-styled sweetroot,
Aniseroot,
Smooth sweet cicely,
Long-styled sweet-cicely | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN
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Genus ChaerophyllumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Scandiceae — Scandicinae — Chaerophyllum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Chaerophyllum |width=100 align=center|Chervil |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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(L.) Crantz
var. procumbens

1753. Scandix procumbens L.
1767. C. procumbens (L.) Crantz

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Spreading chervil

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 10,
Endangered


FACW | align=center nowrap="true"|

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-1
USDA-NN
NEW-0


BNA


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Genus AnthriscusEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Scandiceae — Scandicinae — Anthriscus

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|AnthriscusPers. |width=100 align=center|Chervil |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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 M. Bieb.

    A. neglecta var. scandix
    A. scandicina Mansf. (i)

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Bur chervil | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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 (L.) Hoffm.

    A. longirostris Bertol.
    Cerefolium cerefolium
    Scandix cerefolium L.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Common chervil,
Garden chervil | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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 (L.) Hoffm.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Wild chervil,
Cow parsley | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
Highly invasive,
NYIS: 79%[1],
Prohibited[2]

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  1. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentAnthriscus sylvestris: High (79). M.J.Jordan, G.Moore & T.W.Weldy (2008). Invasiveness ranking system for non-native plants of New York. Unpublished. The Nature Conservancy, Albany & Cold Spring Harbor, NY; Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY.
  2. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Proposed Regulation 6 NYCRR Part 575 Prohibited and Regulated Invasive Species

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Subtribe DaucinaeEdit
Genus DaucusEdit

Wild carrot (Daucus carota), ancestor to the cultivated carrot, has edible roots when young, but they soon become quite woody.

Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Scandiceae — Daucinae — Daucus

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Daucus |width=100 align=center|Wild-carrot |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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L.

1753. Daucus carota L.
1753. D. gingidium L.
1813. D. aegyptiacus Hornem.
1843. D. abyssinicus C.A.Mey.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Wild carrot,
Queen Anne's lace,
Bird's nest


Carotte sauvage,
Carotte,
Carotte potagère,
Dauce carotte | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
CoC: 0 from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa


UPL


Biennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

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USDA-XX
NEW Can
ARS 
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BNA


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Subtribe TorilidinaeEdit
Genus TorilisEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Scandiceae — Torilidinae — Torilis

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Torilis |width=100 align=center|Hedgeparsley |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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(Houtt.) DC.

1777. Caucalis japonica Houtt.
1805. T. anthriscus (L.) C.C.Gmel.
1830. T. japonica (Houtt.) DC.
1903. T. anthriscus var. japonica

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Erect hedge-parsley,
Japanese hedge parsley,
Upright hedge parsley


Torilis du Japon,
Torilis anthrisque,
Torilis faux-cerfeuil | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
CoC: 0 from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Invasive,
CP-3[1] IPA[2][3]


Annual,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
Trop.
BNA


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 (Huds.) Link

1762. Caucalis arvensis Huds.
1821. Torilis arvensis Link
1915. Anthriscus arvensis Koso-Pol.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Spreading hedgeparsley,
Canada hedge-parsley,
Field hedge-parsley


Torilis des champs | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
No specimens


Annual,
Forb-herb | align=center nowrap="true"|

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-0
USDA-XN
Can
ARS 
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BNA


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Tribe CareaeEdit

Genus CarumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Careae — Carum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Carum |width=100 align=center|Carum |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Caraway,
Anise | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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Genus AegopodiumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Careae — Aegopodium

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Aegopodium |width=100 align=center|Goutweed |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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 L.

1753. Aegopodium podagraria L.
1827. Carum podagraria (L.) Roth
1889. Apium podagraria (L.) Caruel
1900. A. podagraria var. variegatum

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Goutweed,
Bishop's goutweed,
Ground elder,
Snow-on-the-mountain


Égopode podagraire,
Herbe aux goutteux,
Podagraire | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 64%[1],
CP-3[2], NE-2[3]


FAC-FACU


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW Can
ARS 
Trop.
BNA


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  1. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentAegopodium podagraria: Moderate (64). M.J.Jordan, G.Moore & T.W.Weldy (2008). Invasiveness ranking system for non-native plants of New York. Unpublished. The Nature Conservancy, Albany & Cold Spring Harbor, NY; Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY.
  2. Appendix 3. Plant species that are considered moderately to highly invasive to natural areas in the central Finger Lakes region. Policy on the use of non-native plants in Cornell Plantations' accessioned collections (2009)
  3. Category 2 Plants - moderately invasive - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service

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Tribe PimpinelleaeEdit

Genus PimpinellaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Pimpinelleae — Pimpinella

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Pimpinella |width=100 align=center|Burnet-saxifrage |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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 L.

1753. P. saxifraga L.
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Common burnet-saxifrage,
Solidstem burnet-saxifrage,
Burnet-saxifrage | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
from Eurasia

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX

ARS 




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 (L.) Huds.

1753. P. saxifraga var. major
1762. P. major Huds.
1771. P. magna L.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Hollowstem burnet saxifrage,
Hollow-stemmed burnet-saxifrage | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Europe

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
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Tribe CoriandreaeEdit

Genus CoriandrumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Coriandreae — Coriandrum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Coriandrum |width=100 align=center|Coriander |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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L.

1753. Coriandrum sativum L.
1904. Selinum coriandrum Krause
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Coriander,
Cilantro,
Chinese parsley


Coriandre cultivée,
Coriandre cultivé,
Coriandre

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Mediterranean,
Likely naturalized

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW Can
ARS 
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BNA


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Tribe ApieaeEdit

Genus ApiumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Apieae — Apium

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Apium |width=100 align=center|Celery |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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L.

1753. Apium graveolens L.
1771. Seseli graveolens (L) Scop.
1788. Sium apium Roth
1805. Sium graveolens (L) Vest
1829. Seseli graveolens (L) Ledeb.
1900. Apium vulgare Bubani
1904. Selinum graveolens (L) Krause
1911. Apium integrilobum Hayata
1913. Celeri graveolens (L.) Britton
1916. Carum graveolens (L.) Koso-Pol.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Celery,
Wild celery


Céleri | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Impersistent,
Not naturalized


FACW-FAC


Perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

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USDA-XN
NEW 
ARS 
Trop.
BNA
IPN 

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Genus AnethumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Apieae — Anethum

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Dill | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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USDA-XX






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Genus FoeniculumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Apieae — Foeniculum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Foeniculum |width=100 align=center|Fennel |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Sweet fennel | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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USDA-XX






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Genus LevisticumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Apieae — Levisticum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Levisticum |width=100 align=center|Levisticum |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Lovage | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX






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Genus PetroselinumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Apieae — Petroselinum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Petroselinum |width=100 align=center|Parsley |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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 (Mill.) Fuss

1768. Apium crispum Mill.
1866. Petroselinum crispum Fuss
1879. P. crispum Nyman
1925. P. crispum Nyman ex A.W.Hill

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Parsley


Persil

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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USDA-XX
NEW 
ARS 
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Tribe TordylieaeEdit

This tribe contains the parsnips and cowparsnips, the only native member of which is Heracleum maximum. Skin contact with any of these may cause phytophotodermatitis.

Genus HeracleumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Tordylieae

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Heracleum |width=100 align=center|Cowparsnip |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|3

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 W.Bartram

1791. Heracleum maximum W.Bartram
1803. H. lanatum Michx.
1905. H. sphondylium ssp. montanum
    H. sphondylium var. lanatum

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Cow-parsnip,
Common cowparsnip

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure


FACW-FAC | align=center nowrap="true"|

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN

ARS ITIS




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ssp. sibiricum

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Common Hogweed,
Eltrot | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX






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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Giant hogweed | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced,
Highly invasive,
NYIS: 72%[1]

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX






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  1. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentHeracleum mantegazzianum: High (72). M.J.Jordan, G.Moore & T.W.Weldy (2008). Invasiveness ranking system for non-native plants of New York. Unpublished. The Nature Conservancy, Albany & Cold Spring Harbor, NY; Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY.

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Genus PastinacaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Tordylieae

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Pastinaca |width=100 align=center|Parsnip |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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L.

1753. Pastinaca sativa L.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Wild parsnip,
Common parsnip


Panais sauvage,
Panais cultivé | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Potentially invasive


Biennial-perennial,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX
NEW 
ARS 

BNA


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  1. Invasive Plant Atlas of the United States lists Pastinaca sativa invasive in MI, OH PA, TN, VA, WI

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Tribe SelineaeEdit

Genus TaenidiaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Selineae — Taenidia

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Taenidia |width=100 align=center|Yellow-pimpernel |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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 (L.) Drude

1753. Smyrnium integerrimum L.
1898. Taenidia integerrima (L.) Drude

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Yellow pimpernel,
Yellow pimpernell,
Golden Alexander


Ténidia à feuilles entières,
Ténidie très entière

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
CoC: 7,
Secure

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW Can
ARS 
Trop.
BNA
LBJ
EOL 
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Genus ZiziaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Selineae — Zizia

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Zizia |width=100 align=center|Zizia |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Common golden Alexanders,
Golden Zizia | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN






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Zizia cordata

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Heartleaf golden Alexanders,
Meadow zizia | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Likely secure

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-4
USDA-NN






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Genus AngelicaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Selineae — Angelica

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Angelica |width=100 align=center|Angelica |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|3

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Great angelica,
Purplestem angelica | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Secure

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-5
USDA-NN






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Angelica villosa

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Hairy angelica | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Vulnerable

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-3
USDA-NX






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Coelopleurum spp.

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Angelica,
Seacoast angelica,
Seaside angelica | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Endangered

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-2
USDA-NN






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Genus LigusticumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Selineae — Ligusticum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Ligusticum |width=100 align=center|Licorice-root |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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|nowrap="true" style="line-height:13px"|

ssp. scoticum

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Scottish licorice-root | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Endangered

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-1
USDA-NN






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Genus ThaspiumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Selineae — Thaspium

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Thaspium |width=100 align=center|Meadow-parsnip |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|2

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 (Michx.) Nutt.

1803. Ligusticum barbinode Michx.
1818. Thaspium barbinode Nutt.
1887. T. barbinode var. angustifolium
1900. T. barbinode var. chapmanii
1933. Thaspium chapmanii Small

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Hairyjoint meadowparsnip,
Hairy-jointed meadowparsnip | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Endangered

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-1
USDA-NN






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 (L.) A.Gray
var. aureum (L.) Britton

1753. Smyrnium aureum L.
1818. Thaspium aureum Nutt
1894. T. trifoliatum var. aureum Britton
1918. T. trifoliatum var. flavum S.F.Blake

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Purple meadow-parsnip,
Smooth meadow-parsnip | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Likely extirpated

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-Z
USDA-NN


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Genus AethusaEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Selineae — Aethusa

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Aethusa |width=100 align=center|Aethusa |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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L.

1753. Aethusa cynapium L.
    
    

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Fool's-parsley,
Poison parsley


Ethuse,
Petite ciguë | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced from
 Eurasia


Annual,
Herb-forb | align=center nowrap="true"|

| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX

ARS 




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Genus PeucedanumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — Selineae — Peucedanum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Peucedanum |width=100 align=center|Masterwort |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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(L.) W.D.J.Koch

1753. Imperatoria ostruthia L.
1822. Imperatoria major Gray
1824. Peucedanum ostruthium W.D.J.Koch

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Masterwort | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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USDA-XX

ARS 
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Tribe (unplaced)Edit

Genus ConioselinumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — (unplaced) — Conioselinum

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Conioselinum |width=100 align=center|Hemlockparsley |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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(L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.

1753. Athamanta chinense L.
1813. Cnidium chinense Spreng. ex Steud.
1888. Conioselinum chinense B.S.P.
1900. Conioselinum pacificum J.M.Coult. & Rose

|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Hemlock parsley,
Eastern hemlockparsley,
Chinese hemlockparsley | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|N.Y. native,
Likely secure

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| align=center |

| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-4
USDA-NN

ARS 




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Genus ConiumEdit
Apiales — Apiaceae — Apioideae — (unplaced) — Conium

|-style="font-size:12px;line-height:14px" |width=100 align=center|Conium |width=100 align=center|Poison hemlock |nowrap=true align=center|N.Y. Status |width=100 align=center|Images |width=100 align=center|Distribution |width=100 align=center|1

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|nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Poison hemlock,
Deadly hemlock,
Poison parsley | nowrap="true" style="font-size:11px;line-height:13px"|Introduced

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| nowrap="true" style="font-size:10px;line-height:12px"|NYFA-X
USDA-XX






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