Flora of New York/Gentianales


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Order GarryalesEdit

The order Garryales...[1]

Family EucommiaceaeEdit

The Eucommiaceae (hard rubber tree family) contains a single living species.[1]
  1. Eucommiaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.

EucommiaEdit

Although a number of extinct Eucommia species were native to North America, the only living species, Eucommia ulmoides, is native to central China but has been planted worldwide. It is known for being a very cold-tolerant rubber-producing tree. It has been reported as naturalized in Indiana and Ohio, but not in New York State.[1]
Garryales — Eucommiaceae — Eucommia
Eucommia hard rubber tree N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

1890. Eucommia ulmoides Oliv.
Hardy rubber tree
Hard rubber tree
Chinese rubber tree
Gutta-percha tree

Introduced,
Not naturalized

Deciduous,
Tree
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Order GentianalesEdit

The order Gentianales...[1]
Order Family Subfamily Tribe Subtribe Genera G T
Gentianales Rubiaceae Cinchonoideae Naucleeae Cephalanthus (button bush) 1 1
Rubioideae Morindeae Mitchella (partridge berry) 1 1
Spermacoceae Diodia (buttonweed)
Houstonia (bluet)
Oldenlandia (clustered bluets)
3 6
Rubieae Rubia (madder)
Sherardia (field-madder)
Asperula (woodruff)
Cruciata (bedstraw)
Galium (bedstraw, wild-licorice, cleavers)
5 29
Loganiaceae Spigelia (Indian pink, pinkroot) 1 1
Gentianaceae Chironieae Centaurium (centaury)
Sabatia (rose gentian, pink)
2 6
Gentianeae Gentianinae Gentiana (gentian) 1 5
Swertiinae Bartonia (screwstem)
Frasera (green-gentian)
Gentianella (dwarf gentian)
Gentianopsis (fringed-gentian)
Halenia (spurred-gentian)
5 7
Apocynaceae Rauvolfioideae Vinceae Vincinae Vinca (periwinkle) 1 2
Amsonieae Amsonia (bluestar) 1 3
Apocynoideae Apocyneae Apocynum (dogbane) 1 3
Periplocoideae Periploca (silk vine) 1 1
Asclepiadoideae Asclepiadeae Asclepiadinae Asclepias (milkweed) 1 12
Cynanchinae Cynanchum (honeyvine) 1 1
Tylophorinae Vincetoxicum (swallow-wort) 1 3

Family RubiaceaeEdit

The Rubiaceae (coffee or madder family).[1][2]
  1. Rubiaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.
  2. Rubiaceae USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) PLANTS Database (2013).

Subfamily CinchonoideaeEdit

Tribe NaucleeaeEdit

CephalanthusEdit
 
Cephalanthus occidentalis
buttonbush

Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Cinchonoideae — Naucleeae — Cephalanthus
Cephalanthus Buttonbush N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Cephalanthus occidentalis L.
1828. C. occidentalis var. pubescens
1849. C. occidentalis var. californicus
1917. C. berlandieri Wernham
Buttonbush,
Common buttonbush,
Eastern buttonbush,
Button willow,
Honey bells
Céphalanthe occidental,
Céphalante occidental,
Bois-bouton,
Bois-noir
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure

OBL

Perennial,
Tree, shrub,
Sun - part shade
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Subfamily RubioideaeEdit

Tribe MorindeaeEdit

MitchellaEdit
 
Mitchella repens L.
partridgeberry
Mitchella consists of just two species, one from eastern Asia and the other, Mitchella repens (partridgeberry), is native to eastern North America.
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Morindeae — Mitchella
Mitchella Mitchella N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Mitchella repens L.
1862. Perdicesca repens (L.) Prov.
Partridgeberry,
Partridge-berry,
Two-eyed berry,
Twinberry,
Squaw vine
Pain-de-perdrix
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure

FACU

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
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Tribe SpermacoceaeEdit

HexasepalumEdit
 
Hexasepalum teres
The only species of Hexasepalum Bartl. ex DC. (1830) known to be native to New York is rough buttonweed (Hexasepalum teres).[1]
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Spermacoceae — Hexasepalum
Hexasepalum Buttonweed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Walter) J.H. Kirkbr.

1788. Diodia teres Walter
1913. Diodella teres (Walter) Small
2014. Hexasepalum teres (Walter) J.H.Kirkbr.
Rough buttonweed
Buttonweed
Poorjoe
Native, CoC: 0,
Secure

FACU-UPL

Annual,
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DiodiaEdit
 
Diodia virginiana

Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Spermacoceae — Diodia
Diodia Buttonweed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
L.

    Diodia virginiana L.
Virginia buttonweed
Introduced from
 southern US,
N. America native,
Not naturalized
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HoustoniaEdit
 
Houstonia caerulea
bluets
The genus Houstonia contains about 20 species, generally known as Bluets. All are North American natives. Three are considered to be native to New York State.
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Spermacoceae — Houstonia
Houstonia Bluet N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Houstonia caerulea L.
1833. Hedyotis caerulea (L.) Hook.
1834. Anotis coerulea (L.) G.Don
1856. Oldenlandia caerulea (L.) A.Gray
1907. Houstonia caerulea var. faxonorum Pease & A.H.Moore
Common bluets
Quaker ladies
Little bluet
Azure bluet
Bluets
Native, CoC: 1,
Secure

FACU

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 Gaertn.

Long-leaved bluets
Longleaf summer bluet

Houstonie à longues feuilles
Native, CoC: 8,
Secure



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Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.

1818. Houstonia canadensis
Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.
1941. Hedyotis canadensis
(Willd. ex Roem. & Schult.) Fosberg
Canada bluets
Canadian summer bluet

Native, CoC: 7,
Very vulnerable,
S2, G4-5

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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 L.
var. calycosa A.Gray

1813. Hedyotis lanceolata Poir.
1830. Anotis lanceolata (Poir.) DC.
1884. Houstonia purpurea var. calycosa
1901. Houstonia calycosa (A. Gray) C. Mohr
1901. Houstonia lanceolata (Poir.) Britton
1954. Hedyotis purpurea var. calycosa (A.Gray) Fosberg
Midwestern purple bluets,
Purple bluet,
Venus' pride
Native, CoC: 10,
Endangered,
SH, G5-T5,
NYNHP: H[1]

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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 L.
var. purpurea

1753. Hedyotis purpurea L.
Large purple bluets
Purple bluet
Native, CoC: 10,
Endangered,
SH, G5-T5

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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OldenlandiaEdit
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Spermacoceae — Oldenlandia
Oldenlandia Oldenlandia N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Clustered bluets,
Clustered mille graines
Native,
Endangered
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Tribe RubieaeEdit

GaliumEdit
There are about 24 species of Galium or bedstraw in New York State.[1][2][3][4]
Galium sect. PlatygaliumEdit
 
Galium boreale
Section Platygalium species generally have 3-veined leaves in whorls of 4, though the lateral veins are obscure in Galium pilosum.
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Galiumsect. Platygalium Bedstraw N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Galium boreale L.
1800. Galium hyssopifolium Hoffm.
1818. Galium septentrionale Roem.& Schult.
1819. Galium strictum Torr.
1830. Galium boreale var. hyssopifolium
1830. Galium boreale var. intermedium
Northern bedstraw,
Boreal bedstraw,
Crosswort
Gaillet boréal
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure
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 (Torr.) Torr.

1819. Galium circaezans var. lanceolatum
1824. Galium lanceolatum (Torr.) Torr.
Lanceleaf wild licorice,
Lanceleaf licorice bedstraw,
Torrey's wild licorice,
Spear wild licorice
Gaillet lancéolé
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure
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 Michx.
 var. circaezans

    Galium bermudense
    Galium circaeoides
    Galium rotundifolium var. circaezans
Licorice bedstraw,
Wild licorice
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure
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 Michx.
 var. hypomalacum

Licorice bedstraw,
Forest bedstraw,
Wild licorice
Native, CoC: 7,
Vulnerable
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 Aiton
 ssp. pilosum

Hairy bedstraw Native, CoC: 6,
Likely secure
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 Aiton
ssp. puncticulosum (Michx.) Torr. & A.Gray

1788. Galium purpureum Walter
1791. Galium walteri J.F.Gmel.
1803. Galium puncticulosum Michx.
1805. Galium punctatum Pers.
1841. Galium pilosum var. puncticulosum Torr.& A.Gray
Hairy bedstraw Native,
No records
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 Steller ex Schult. & Schult.f

Boreal bedstraw Native, CoC: 10?,
Endangered
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 Torrey & A.Gray

Shining bedstraw Native, CoC: 10?,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[1]
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Galium sect. AparinoidesEdit
 
Galium palustre

Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Galium sect. Aparinoides
Galiumsect. Aparinoides Bedstraw N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Galium palustre L.
1782. Galium diffusum Gilib.
1782. Galium incarnatum Gilib.
1796. Galium montanum With.
1818. Galium glomeratum Vill. ex Roem. & Schult.
1851. Galium fontinale K.Koch
1880. Rubia palustris (L.) Baill.
1898. Galium rumelicum Formánek
1928. Galium masferreri Sennen
Common marsh bedstraw,
Marsh bedstraw
Native, CoC: 3,
Secure
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 L.

1753. Galium tinctorium L.
1803. Galium claytonii Michx.
1841. Galium trifidum var. tinctorium (L.) Torr. & A.Gray
1897. Galium tinctorium var. floridanum Wiegand
1939. Galium trifidum ssp. tinctorium (L.) H.Hara
Stiff marsh bedstraw,
Stiff three-petal bedstraw
Native, CoC: 5,
Secure
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 Michx.

1803. Galium asprellum Michx.
1814. Galium micranthum Pursh
Rough bedstraw,
Kidney-vine,
Pointed cleavers
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure
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 L.
 ssp. trifidum

1753. Galium trifidum L.
1877. Galium brandegeei A.Gray
1880. Rubia linnaeana Baill.
1921. Galium trifidum ssp. distentum Printz
1949. Galium trifidum ssp. typicum R.T.Clausen
1958. Galium baicalense Pobed.
1958. Galium ruprechtii Pobed.
Three-petal bedstraw Native, CoC: 7,
Secure
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 Bigelow
 ssp. obtusum

1824. Galium obtusum Bigelow
1824. Galium trifidum var. latifolium Torr.
1952. Galium obtusum var. ramosum Gleason
Bluntleaf bedstraw,
Blunt-leaved bedstraw
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure
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 (Wiegand) Wiegand

1897. Galium tinctorium var. labradoricum Wiegand
1904. Galium labradoricum (Wiegand) Wiegand
Bog bedstraw,
Northern bog bedstraw
Native, CoC: 8,
Likely secure
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 Fernald & Wiegand

1910. Galium brevipes Fernald & Wiegand
1982. Galium trifidum ssp. brevipes (Fernald & Wiegand) Á.Löve & D.Löve
Limestone swamp bedstraw Native, CoC: 10?,
Likely extirpated
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Galium sect. AparineEdit
 
Galium aparine
Galium aparine (cleavers or stickywilly) was previously included in sect. Kolgyda but has been segregated along with similar Galium spurium into sect. Aparine, which appears to be a sister to the clade formed by sects. Kolgyda and Hylaea.

Note that BONAP lists most Galium species, including Galium aparine as noxious weeds in New York, Pennsylvania and New England. This is likely based on prohibited-seed lists that don't distinguish between Galium species.

The native status of Galium aparine is inconsistent. It is generally treated as native but noxious weed in North America.[1]


Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Galium sect. Aparine
Galiumsect. Aparine Bedstraw N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Galium aparine L.
1794. Aparine hispida Moench
1880. Rubia aparine (L.) Baill.
Cleavers
Catchweed bedstraw
Stickywilly
Scratch bedstraw
Bedstraw
Goose-grass

Gaillet gratteron
Native, CoC: 0,
Secure,
G5

FACU

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Galium sect. KolgydaEdit
 
Galium tricornutum

Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Galium sect. Kolgyda
Galiumsect. Kolgyda Bedstraw N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Dandy

Galium tricorne Stokes p.p.
Rough-fruited corn bedstraw,
Roughfruit corn bedstraw
Introduced,
Not naturalized
 
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Galium sect. HylaeaEdit
 
Galium triflorum
Note that BONAP lists most Galium species, including Galium triflorum as noxious weeds in New York, Pennsylvania and New England. This is likely based on prohibited-seed lists that don't distinguish between Galium species.
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Galium sect. Hylaea
Galiumsect. Hylaea Bedstraw N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Michx.

1803. Galium triflorum Michx.
1803. Galium jalapense Schltdl.
1935. Galium triflorum var. asprelliforme Fernald
Sweet-scented bedstraw
Three-flowered bedstraw
Fragrant bedstraw

Gaillet à trois fleurs
Gaillet odorant
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure

FACU

Perennial,
Herb-vine
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 (L.) Scop.

1753. Asperula odorata L.
1771. Galium odoratum (L.) Scop.
1829. Asterophyllum asperula K.F.Schimp. & Spenn.
1829. Asterophyllum sylvaticum K.F.Schimp. & Spenn.
1868. Chlorostemma odoratum (L.) Fourr.
1888. Asperula eugeniae K.Richt.
Sweet woodruff
Sweet-scented bedstraw
Sweet bedstraw
Woodruff
Introduced from
 temperate Asia,
 Europe,
Somewhat invasive,
 NYIS: 48%[1],
iMapInvasives,
 USGS: L48 established,
Naturalized,
SNA, GNR

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Galium sect. LeiogaliumEdit
 
Galium album
Although most sources show the hedge bedstraw species Galium mollugo as being widepread in the Northeast and the similar Galium album being less common, if not rare,[1] the New York Flora Atlas now excludes Galium mollugo from New York State and shows Galium album as common, having moved its Galium mollugo records to Galium album. Other sources, such as VASCAN[2] show G. album as a synonym of G. molluglo. See D. Mersereau and A. DiTommaso (2001).[3]
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Galium sect. Leiogalium
Galiumsect. Leiogalium Bedstraw N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
L.

1753. Galium mollugo L.
1762. Galium erectum Huds. (i)
1764. Galium album Garsault
1796. Galium flaccidum Salisb. (Ambiguous)
1822. Galium vulgare Gray
1880. Rubia mollugo (L.) Baill.
1880. Galion molluginum St.-Lag.
False baby's breath
Smooth bedstraw

Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
 Invasive.org: 9,
 USGS: L48 invasive,
NYFA excluded
 
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 Mill.

1768. Galium album Mill.
1771. Galium sylvestre Scop.
1778. Galium erectum Huds. (i)
1833. Galium sylvestre ssp. mollugo Gaudin
1864. Galium mollugo var. erectum Asch.
1865. Galium mollugo ssp. erectum Syme
1887. Galium elatum ssp. erectum Berher
1921. Galium mixtum Stranski
1926. Galium mollugo var. erectum (Huds.) Domin
2000. Galium mollugo ssp. album (Mill.) Tzvelev
Hedge bedstraw
White bedstraw
False baby's breath
Whorled bedstraw
Wild madder

Gaillet mollugine,
Caille-lait blanc
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Potentially invasive,
 USGS: L48 established,
Naturalized
 
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iNat: 15 counties
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 L.

1762. Galium sylvaticum L.
Scotch-mist,
Wood bedstraw,
Baby's breath
Gaillet des bois,
Gaillet des forêts
Introduced  
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 L.

1762. Galium aristatum L.
Awned bedstraw Introduced from
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 northern Africa,
N.Y. excluded
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Galium sect. GaliumEdit
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Galium sect. Galium
Galiumsect. Galium Bedstraw N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.
 ssp. verum

1753. Galium verum L.
1879. Galium verum var. verum
1885. Galium verum ssp. verum
Lady's bedstraw,
Yellow bedstraw,
Yellow Spring bedstraw
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Potentially invasive,
iMapInvasives,
NSE: Exotic GNR
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 L.
 ssp. wirtgenii (F.W. Schultz) Oborný

1854. Galium wirtgenii F.W.Schultz
1879. Galium verum var. wirtgenii
1885. Galium verum ssp. wirtgenii
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 Retz.

Galium mollugo ×
Galium verum

1795. Galium × pomeranicum Retz.
1804. Galium × ochroleucum
Wolf ex Schweigg.
1850. Galium × ambiguum Gren. & Godr.
1903. Galium × ochroleucum var. ambiguum
Pale yellow bedstraw Introduced,
N. America native
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Galium sect. AsperulaEdit
 
Galium arvense
Galium arvense (blue woodruff) is still often listed in the genus Asperula.
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Asperula
Galiumsect. Asperula Woodruff N.Y. Status Images Distribution NPT
(L.) F. Herm.

1753. Asperula arvensis L.
1844. Asperula setosa Jaub. & Spach
1904. Galium sherardiiflorum (L.) E.H.L.Krause
1844. Asperula arvensis var. setosa (Jaub. & Spach) J.Thiébaut
1956. Galium arvense (L.) F. Herm.
Blue woodruff Introduced   NYFA-X
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Galium sect. CruciataEdit
 
Cruciata pedemontana

Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Cruciata
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 (Bellardi) Ehrend.

1789. Galium pedemontanum (Bellardi) All.
1788. Vaillantia pedemontana Bellardi
1961. Cruciata pedemontana (Bellardi) Ehrend.
Piedmont bedstraw,
Yellow bedstraw,
Piedmont Crosswort
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 Opiz

1771. Galium cruciata (L.) Scop.
1852. Cruciata laevipes Opiz
1958. Cruciata chersonensis Ehrend.
Smooth bedstraw Introduced   Ontario (1918) NYFA-X
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SherardiaEdit
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Sherardia
Sherardia Field madder N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Blue field madder,
Blue fieldmadder,
Cultivated field madder
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RubiaEdit
Gentianales — Rubiaceae — Rubioideae — Rubieae — Rubia
Rubia Rubia N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Rubia tinctoria L. orth. var.
Dyer's madder,
Indian madder,
Madder
Introduced,
Impersistent
 
NYFA: Washington (1892, 1934)
iNat: No NY observations
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Family LoganiaceaeEdit

The Loganiaceae is a mostly-tropical family with no members that are native to or reported to have naturalized in New York.

SpigeliaEdit

 
Spigelia marilandica (L.) L.
Indian pink
Spigelia marilandica, a native of the southeastern U.S., has been propagated in New York and sold in the "native" plant trade. According to the Agriculture Research Service, it is only considered native as far north as southern Indiana and Maryland.
Gentianales — Loganiaceae — Spigelia
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 (L.) L.

1753. Lonicera marilandica L.
1767. Spigelia marilandica (L.) L.
Indian pink,
Woodland pinkroot
N. America native
 southern US,
No specimens,
Cultivated

Perennial,
Forb-herb
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Family GentianaceaeEdit

The Gentianaceae (gentian family).[1][2]

Tribe ChironieaeEdit

CentauriumEdit

 
Centaurium erythraea
common centaury

  1. Gentianaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.
  2. Gentianaceae USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) PLANTS Database (2013).
Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Chironieae — Centaurium
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 Rafn

1782. Centaurium umbellatum Gilib. inval.
1800. Centaurium erythraea Rafn
 auct. Centaurium minusnon Moench, rej.
 auct. Erythraea centaurium
Common centaury,
European centaury
Introduced

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 (Sw.) Druce

Branched centaury,
Branching centaury-plant,
Lesser centaury
Introduced

FAC
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SabatiaEdit

Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Chironieae — Sabatia
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 Pursh

    S. maculata (Benth.) Benth. & Hook.f.
    S. palmeri A.Gray
    S. purpusii Brandegee
    S. simulata Britton
Sea pink,
Marsh pink,
Rose of Plymouth,
Saltmarsh rosegentian
Native,
Threatened,
NYNHP: 2[1]
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 (L.) Pursh

1753. Chironia angularis L.
1814. Sabatia angularis (L.) Pursh
Square-stemmed rose pink,
Rose pink,
Bitterbloom
Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[2]
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 (L.) Torr.

    Sabatia gracilis (Michx.) Salisb.
Slender marsh pink,
Slender rose gentian
Native,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[3]
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 (L.) BSP.
var. dodecandra

    Chironia dodecandra L.
    Sabatia chloroides (Michx.) Pursh
Large marsh pink,
Marsh rose gentian
Native,
Extirpated
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Tribe GentianeaeEdit

Subtribe GentianinaeEdit

GentianaEdit
Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Gentianeae — Gentiana
Gentiana Gentian N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Griseb.

Fringe-topped bottle gentian Native,
Likely secure
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 Raf.

Bottle gentian,
Closed gentian
Native,
Likely secure
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 Froel.

Narrow-leaved gentian Native,
Vulnerable
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 L.

Soapwort gentian,
Soap gentian,
Harvestbells
Native,
Endangered
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 Pringle

Downy gentian Native,
Likely extirpated
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Subtribe SwertiinaeEdit

BartoniaEdit
Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Gentianeae — Swertiinae — Bartonia
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(L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.

1753. Sagina virginica L.
1801. Bartonia tenella Willd.
1888. Bartonia virginica (L.) BSP
1895. Bartonia moseri B.L.Rob.
Yellow screwstem,
Virginia screwstem,
Yellow bartonia
Bartonie de Virginie
Native,
Likely secure
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ssp. paniculata

Twining screwstem Native,
Endangered
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FraseraEdit
Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Gentianeae — Swertiinae — Frasera
Frasera Green-gentian N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

    Frasera officinalis
    Frasera verticillata
    Frasera walteri
    Swertia caroliniensis
Columbo
American columbo
Green gentian
Yellow gentian
Carolina gentian
Native,
Threatened
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GentianellaEdit
Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Gentianeae — Swertiinae — Gentianella
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 (L.) Small
ssp. quinquefolia

Agueweed,
Gall-of-the-earth,
Stiff gentian
Native,
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GentianopsisEdit
Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Gentianeae — Swertiinae — Gentianopsis
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 (Froel.) Ma

Greater fringed gentian Native,
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 (Raf.) Holub

Lesser fringed gentian Native,
Endangered
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HaleniaEdit
Gentianales — Gentianaceae — Gentianeae — Swertiinae — Halenia
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 (Sm.) Griseb.

Spurred gentian Native,
Endangered
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Family ApocynaceaeEdit

The Apocynaceae (dogbane or periwinkle family).[1][2][3]

Subfamily RauvolfioideaeEdit

Tribe VinceaeEdit

A very common New York ground cover, both cultivated and naturalized is Vinca minor, known commonly as periwinkle or myrtle. It is often found in wooded areas were old homesteads once stood and along ditches and stream banks where floodwaters have carried the rhizomes downstream from their previous location.
VincaEdit
 
Vinca minor
Of the two periwinkles, Vinca minor is very common outside of cultivation and is considered to be moderately invasive. Vinca major is not known to naturalize in New York State.
Gentianales — Apocynaceae — Rauvolfioideae — Vinceae — Vinca
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 L.

1753. Vinca minor L.
Lesser periwinkle,
Common periwinkle,
Myrtle,
Running-myrtle
Petite pervenche,
Pervenche mineure
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Moderately invasive,
 NYIS: 57%[1],
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1753. Vinca major L.
Greater periwinkle,
Bigleaf periwinkle,
Large-leaved periwinkle
Grande pervenche
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Not naturalized
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Tribe AmsonieaeEdit

AmsoniaEdit
 
Amsonia tabernaemontana
Amsonia or bluestar species are native to southern North America and are sold in the "native" wildflower trade but are not native to New York. It's uncertain whether they have truly naturalized the state.
Gentianales — Apocynaceae — Rauvolfioideae — Vinceae — Amsonia
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 Walter

1762. Tabernaemontana amsonia L.
1788. Amsonia tabernaemontana Walter
1814. Amsonia salicifolia Pursh
1838. Ansonia salicifolia (Pursh) Raf.
1894. Amsonia amsonia (L.) Britton
1928. A. tabernaemontana var. salicifolia (Pursh) Woodson
Common bluestar
Eastern bluestar
Texas-star
Willowleaf Bluestar
Introduced from
 southern US,
N. America native
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Shining bluestar,
Ozark bluestar
Introduced,
N. America native
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Subfamily ApocynoideaeEdit

Tribe ApocyneaeEdit

ApocynumEdit
 
Apocynum cannabinum
hemp dogbane
Apocynum, or dogbane, is generally considered to be a weedy native genus.
Gentianales — Apocynaceae — Apocynoideae — Apocyneae — Apocynum
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 L.

1753. Apocynum cannabinum L.
1770. Apocynum sibiricum Jacq.
1789. Apocynum hypericifolium Aiton
1902. Apocynum suksdorfii Greene
1912. Apocynum ithacense Greene
Hemp dogbane,
Clasping-leaved dogbane,
Indian hemp,
American-hemp
Apocyn chanvrin,
Apocyn à feuilles
  de millepertuis
Native, CoC: 2,
Secure
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1753. Apocynum androsaemifolium L.
1894. Apocynum pumilum (A.Gray) Greene
1901. Apocynum ambigens Greene
1906. Apocynum scopulorum Greene
Spreading dogbane,
Bitter-root,
Common dogbane,
Creeping dogbane
Apocyn à feuilles
  d'androsème,
Herbe à la puce
Native, CoC: 2,
Secure
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Greene (pro sp.)

Apocynum androsaemifolium ×
Apocynum cannabinum

1893. Apocynum × floribundum Greene
1897. Apocynum × medium Greene
1901. Apocynum × milleri Britton
1930. Apocynum × jonesii Woodson
Intermediate dogbane,
Jones' dogbane,
Hybrid of
 hemp dogbane &
 spreading dogbane
Apocyn moyen
Native, CoC: x,
Secure
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Subfamily PeriplocoideaeEdit

PeriplocaEdit

 
Periploca graeca
Silkvine (Periploca graeca) is native to eastern Europe and is listed as invasive in Northeastern Spain. It is capable of rooting vegetatively from small pieces of stem.[1]

Vouchered plant specimens have been collected from Erie and Monroe counties, but it is not thought to have naturalized there.[2] It has also been reported along roadsides in Suffolk County, NY, and Fairfield County, CT, but it is uncertain whether those plants were cultivated or naturalized.[3]


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 L.

1753. Periploca graeca L.
1820. Periploca graeca Schult.
Silkvine,
Silk vine,
Grecian silkvine
Bourreau des arbres
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Potentially invasive

Perennial,
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Subfamily AsclepiadoideaeEdit

The New York Flora Atlas includes Asclepias, Cynanchum, and Periploca in Asclepiadaceae. It includes the three Vincetoxicum species as Cynanchum.[1]
  1. Asclepiadaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.

Tribe AsclepiadeaeEdit

Subtribe AsclepiadinaeEdit
AsclepiasEdit
The milkweed genus Asclepias is here separated into two clades according to Fishbein, et. al. (2011).[1] Each of these clades contains milkweeds that support monarch butterfly developmemt. In New York, these are:
  • common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca)
  • swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata)
  • butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa)
  • whorled milkweed (Asclepias verticillata)
  • poke milkweed (Asclepias exaltata)

Showy milkweed (Asclepias speciosa) also supports monarchs west of the Mississippi, where it is native, but the benefit of planting it in New York for this purpose could be questioned.


Asclepias clade incarnata/verticillataEdit
Gentianales — Apocynaceae — Asclepiadoideae — Asclepiadeae — Asclepiadinae — Asclepias
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 L.
ssp. incarnata

1753. Asclepias incarnata L.
Western swamp milkweed,
Swamp milkweed,
Rose milkweed
Asclépiade incarnate,
Asclépiade rouge
Native, CoC: 4,
Secure

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ssp. pulchra (Ehrh. ex Willd.) Woodson

1798. Asclepias pulchra Ehrh. ex Willd.
1840. Asclepias maritima Raf. non Jacq.
1921. A. incarnata var. neoscotica
1954. A. incarnata var. pulchra
Eastern swamp milkweed,
Swamp milkweed
Native, CoC: 4,
Vulnerable

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 L.

1753. Asclepias verticillata L.
Whorled milkweed,
Eastern whorled milkweed,
Horsetail milkweed
Native, CoC: 9,
Threatened,
NYNHP: S2[1]

FACU-UPL

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L.

1753. Asclepias curassavica L.
Madagascar cottonbush
Tropical milkweed
Bloodflower
Introduced from
 Neotropics,
Highly invasive,
 Invasive.org: [2],
 GRIIS-US: Invasive,
Not listed NYFA
 
NYFA: ? counties
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Asclepias clade syriaca/speciosaEdit
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 L.

1762. Asclepias syriaca L.
1840. A. serica Raf.
1844. A. cornuti Decne.
1904. A. kansana Vail
1935. A. syriaca var. kansana
Common milkweed,
Kansas milkweed,
Silkweed,
Virginia silk
Asclépiade commune,
Cochons de lait,
Herbe à coton
Native, CoC: 0,
Secure
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 Jacq.

1767. Asclepias quadrifolia Jacq.
1818. A. vanilla Raf.
1840. A. quadrifolia
var. oppositifolia
Fourleaf milkweed,
Four-leaved milkweed,
Whorled milkweed
Asclépiade à quatre feuilles
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure
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 L.

1753. Asclepias tuberosa L.
1753. Asclepias decumbens L.
    
Butterfly-weed,
Butterfly milkweed,
Orange milkweed,
Pleurisy root
Asclépiade tubéreuse,
Asclépiade de l'intérieur
Native, CoC: 2,
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Sm.

1797. A. amplexicaulis Sm.
1803. A. obtusifolia Michx.
1832. A. rotundifolia Raf.
1930. A. gladewitzii Farw.
Clasping milkweed,
Blunt-leaved milkweed
Native, CoC: 2,
Likely secure
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1756. Asclepias exaltata L.
1762. A. syriaca var. exaltata
1788. A. polystachya Walter
1814. A. phytolaccoides
G.F. Lyon ex Pursh
1904. A. bicknellii Vail
Poke milkweed,
Tall milkweed
Asclépiade très grande,
Grande asclépiade
Native, CoC: 6,
Likely secure

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L.

1753. Asclepias purpurascens L.
1753. A. amoena L.
1794. A. compressa Moench
1832. A. dasypus Raf.
1840. A. gonalis Raf.
Purple milkweed,
Eastern purple milkweed
Asclépiade pourprée
Native, CoC: 2,
Threatened,
USFS-CA,
NYNHP: 2[1]

FACU

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 Raf.

1808. Asclepias viridiflora Raf.
1819. As. lanceolata E.Ives (i)
1824. As. viridiflora var. lanceolata
1829. Acerates viridiflora
(Raf.) Pursh ex Eaton
1841. Acerates lanceolata Steud.
1946. As. viridiflora var. linearis
Green milkweed,
Green comet milkweed,
Short green milkweed,
Green-flowered milkweed
Asclépiade à fleurs vertes
Native, CoC: 10,
Threatened,
NYNHP: 2[2]
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White milkweed,
Redring milkweed
Native, CoC: 10,
Endangered,
NYNHP: 1[3]
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 L.

1753. Asclepias rubra L.
1788. A. cordata Walter (i)
1803. A. laurifolia Michx.
1814. A. acuminata Pursh
1818. A. periplocaefolia Nutt.
1903. A. rubra var. laurifolia
Red milkweed,
Tall pink bog milkweed
Native, CoC: 10,
No recent reports

OBL

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Vail

Asclepias amplexicaulis ×
Asclepias syriaca

1904. Asclepias intermedia Vail
    
    
Intermediate milkweed,
Hybrid of
 clasping milkweed &
 common milkweed
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 Torr.

1827. Asclepias speciosa Torr.
1837. Asclepias douglasii Hook.
1931. Asclepias giffordii Eastw.
Showy milkweed,
Greek milkweed
Belle asclépiade
Introduced from
 w. North America,
N. America native,
No reports
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A. speciosa × syriaca

Asclepias speciosa ×
Asclepias syriaca

Hybrid
 Showy milkweed &
 Common milkweed
Native,
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Subtribe CynanchinaeEdit
Many sources, including the New York Flora Atlas still include the Vincetoxicum species in Cynanchum.
CynanchumEdit
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CynanchumL. Swallow-wort N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Michx.) Pers.

1803. Gonolobus laevis Michx.
1805. Cynanchum laeve Pers.
1818. Enslenia albida Nutt.
1894. Ampelamus albidus Britton
2001. Ampelamus laevis Krings
Honeyvine,
Smooth swallowwort,
Climbing milkweed
Dompte-venin glabre
Introduced,
US South native
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VincetoxicumEdit
Vincetoxicum includes the two very highly invasive alien vines black swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum nigrum) and pale swallow-wort (Vincetoxicum rossicum), also known as dog-strangling vines, which are both well-established in parts of New York State. Aside from their general invasiveness and the subsequent loss of habitat for native plants, these milkweed relatives have been implicated in luring monarch butterflies away from native milkweed as a place to lay eggs. Because only milkweed can supprort monarch larvae, those that hatch from eggs laid on the swallow-wort cannot survive.

As with some other invasive plants, when swallow-wort is first introduced in an area, its rate of spread is fairly slow, so the rate of future spread and the difficulty of controlling it is often underestimated. A phenomenon called the Allee effect is responsible for increasing the growth rate of individual swallow-wort plants as their population increases and the population of competing plants declines, up to a limit of course.[1] The root cause of this effect is not certain, but a likely contributor is allelopathy on the part of the invasive swallow-worts, which both produce the phytotoxin -(-) antofine.


Gentianales — Apocynaceae — Asclepiadoideae — Asclepiadeae — Tylophorinae — Vincetoxicum
Vincetoxicum Swallow-wort N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Moench

1753. Asclepias nigra L.
1802. Vincetoxicum nigrum Moench
1805. Cynanchum nigrum Pers. nom. illeg.
1991. Cynanchum louiseae Kartesz & Gandhi
Black swallow-wort,
Black dog-strangling vine,
Climbing poison,
Louise's swallow-wort
Dompte-venin noir,
Cynaque noir,
Cynanche noire
Introduced from
 southern Europe,
Very highly invasive,
 NYIS: 90%[1],
Prohibited[2],
CP-2[3]

Perennial,
Forb-herb, vine
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USDA-XX
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(Kleopow) Barbar.

1929. Cynanchum rossicum Kleopow
1950. Vincetoxicum rossicum Barbar.
1952. Antitoxicum rossicum Pobed.
auctCynanchum medium non R.Br.
auctVincetoxicum medium non Dcne.
Pale swallow-wort,
European swallow-wort,
Dog-strangling vine (DSV)
Dompte-venin de Russie
Introduced from
 eastern Europe,
Very highly invasive,
 NYIS: 88%[4],
Prohibited[2],
CP-3[5]

Perennial,
Forb-herb, vine
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 Medik.

1753. Asclepias vincetoxicum L.
1790. Vincetoxicum hirundinaria Medik.
1794. Vincetoxicum officinale Moench
1805. Cynanchum vincetoxicum (L.) Pers.
1883. Vincetoxicum vincetoxicum H.Karst.
1961. Alexitoxicon vincetoxicum H.P.Fuchs
White swallow-wort,
Pale swallow-wort,
White dog-strangling vine,
Poison-rope swallowwort
Dompte-venin officinal
Introduced,
Questionable[6]

Perennial,
Forb-herb, vine
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Subtribe OxypetalinaeEdit
AraujiaEdit
 
Araujia sericifera
South American bladderflower (Araujia) species have not been reported in New York. White bladderflower (Araujia sericifera) is widely naturalized and of concern in regions with Mediterranean-type climates.[1] It is listed as highly invasive, tier 1b in New York State.[2]
Gentianales — Apocynaceae — Asclepiadoideae — Asclepiadeae — Oxypetalinae — Araujia
Araujia Bladderflower N.Y. Status Images Distribution  NPT
Brot.

1817. Araujia sericifera Brot.
1829. Apocynum volubine Vell.
1885. Araujia hortorum E.Fourn.
White bladderflower
Cape-dandelion

Introduced from
 South America,
Potentially invasive,
Not listed in NY
 
NYFA: Not listed
iNat: 0 counties

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