Flora of New York/Rosoideae 2


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Roseae, Potentileae

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Amygdaloideae 1
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Protected species index Invasive species index


Subfamily Rosoideae (cont'd)


The grouping of the Rosaceae (rose family) taxa used here is based on the Angiosperm Phylogeny Website,[1] Eriksson (2003),[2] and Longhi (2014).[3] The subfamilies Rosoideae and Amygdaloideae are present in New York.
Rosaceae
Rosoideae
Ulmarieae

Filipendula

Rosodeae
Rubeae

Rubus

Colureae

Geum

Waldsteinia

Sanguisorbeae
Agrimoniinae

Agrimonia

Sanguisorbineae

Sanguisorba

Roseae

Rosa

Potentilleae
Potentillineae

Potentilla

Argentina

Fragariinae

Drymocallis

Comarum

Dasiphora

Sibbaldia

Fragaria

Alchemillinae

Alchemilla

Aphanes

Dryadoideae

Cercocarpus

Dryas

Amygdaloideae
Niellieae

Physocarpus

Amygdaleae

Prunus

Osmaronieae

Exochorda

Kerrieae

Rhodotypos

Kerria

Sorbarieae

Sorbaria

Spiraeeae

Spiraea

Pyrodeae
Gillenieae

Gillenia

Maleae

Amelanchier

Aronia

Photinia

Crataegus

Sorbus

Malus

Pyrus

Cydonia

Chaenomeles

Pyracantha

Cotoneaster


Tribe SanguisorbeaeEdit

Subtribe AgrimoniineaeEdit

AgrimoniaEdit

 
Agrimonia gryposepala

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Sanguisorbeae — Agrimoniineae — Agrimonia
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 Wallr.

1832. Agrimonia eupatoria var. parviflora
1842. Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.
1891. Agrimonia parviflora var. macrocarpa
1913. Agrimonia macrocarpa (Focke) Rydb.
1918. Eupatorium gryposepalum Lunell
Tall hairy agrimony,
Tall hairy grooveburr,
Hooked agrimony,
Common agrimony,
Harvest lice, Cocklebur
Aigremoine à sépales crochus,
Aigremoine gryposépalée
Native, CoC: 4,
Secure

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 Michx.

1803. Agrimonia striata Michx.
1896. Agrimonia brittoniana E.P.Bicknell
1916. Eupatorium brittonianum (E.P.Bicknell) Nieuwl.& Lunell
1938. Agrimonia striata var. campanulata Fernald
Woodland agrimony,
Woodland grooveburr,
Grooved agrimony,
Roadside agrimony,
Britton's agrimony
Aigremoine striée
Native, CoC: 4,
Secure

FACU

Perennial,
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 Wallr.

1840. Agrimonia eupatoria var. mollis
1842. Agrimonia pubescens Wallr.
1842. Agrimonia platycarpa Wallr.
1892. Agrimonia mollis Britton
1897. Agrimonia mollis var. bicknellii
1913. Agrimonia bicknellii Rydb.
1915. Eupatorium molle Nieuwl.
Soft agrimony,
Soft groovebur,
Hairy agrimony,
Downy agrimony
Aigremoine pubescente
Native, CoC: 8,
Likely secure

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 Aiton

1789. Agrimonia parviflora Aiton
1814. Agrimonia suaveolens Pursh
1842. Agrimonia serrifolia Wallr.
1912. Agrimonia polyphylla Urb.
1915. Eupatorium parviflorum Nieuwl.
Swamp agrimony,
Small-flowered agrimony,
Many-flowered grooveburr,
Harvestlice agrimony,
Southern agrimony,
Harvest-lice
Aigremoine parviflore,
Aigremoine à petites fleurs
Native, CoC: 3,
Vulnerable

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 Wallr.

1842. Agrimonia rostellata Wallr.
1915. Eupatorium rostellatum Nieuwl.
    
Woodland agrimony,
Beaked agrimony
Native, CoC: 8,
Threatened

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 Wallr.

1842. Agrimonia microcarpa Wallr.
1896. Agrimonia pumila Muhl. ex E.P.Bicknell
1964. Agrimonia pubescens var. microcarpa
Low agrimony,
Smallfruit agrimony
Introduced,
US South native
 
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 L.

1753. Agrimonia eupatoria L.
1825. Agrimonia nepalensis D.Don
1843. Agrimonia bracteosa E.Mey.
Churchsteeples,
Common agrimony,
Medicinal agrimony,
Cockleburr
Introduced from
 Eurasia
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  1. Although Agrimonia microcarpa (low or small-fruit agrimony) is present in three neighboring states (CT, PA, and NJ), it has not been reported as naturalized in New York.

Subtribe SanguisorbineaeEdit

SanguisorbaEdit

 
Sanguisorba canadensis
Sanguisorba is commonly known as burnet.
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Sanguisorbeae — Sanguisorbineae — Sanguisorba
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 L.

1753. Sanguisorba canadensis L.
1867. Poterium canadense (L.) A.Gray
Canada burnet,
Canadian burnet,
American burnet,
White burnet,
Wild burnet, Bottlebrush
Sanguisorbe du Canada,
Herbe à pisser
Native, CoC: 9,
Secure

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 (Nutt. ex Hook.) Torr. & A.Gray

1832. Poterium annuum Nutt.
1840. Sanguisorba annua (Nutt. ex Hook.) Torr. & A.Gray
1846. Poteridium annuum (Nutt.) Spach
Prairie burnet,
Western burnet
Introduced,
N. America native

Annual,
Herb-forb
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 Scop.
ssp. balearica (Bourg. ex Nyman) M.Garm. & C.Navarro

1805. Poterium polygamum Waldst. & Kit.
1846. Poterium muricatum Spach
1852. Poterium sanguisorba var. polygamum (Waldst. & Kit.) Vis.
1867. Sanguisorba multicaulis (Boiss. & Reut.) A.Braun & C.D.Bouch
1878. Sanguisorba muricata (Spach) Gremli
1878. Sanguisorba spachianum ssp. balearica Bourg. ex Nyman
1887. Poterium balearicum (Nyman) Bourg. ex Porto
1913. Sanguisorba minor ssp. muricata (Spach ex Bonnier & Layens) Briq.
1926. Sanguisorba rhodopaea (Velen.) Hayek
1998. Sanguisorba minor ssp. balearica (Bourg. ex Nyman) Muñoz Garm. & C.Navarro
2009. Poterium sanguisorba ssp. balearicum (Nyman) Stace
Salad burnet
Fodder burnet
Small burnet
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 Aftrica

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Tribe RoseaeEdit

RosaEdit

The classification used here for the roses is based on Bruneau (2007),[1] Koopman (2008),[2]

Rosa sect. SynstylaeEdit

 
Rosa setigera
climbing prairie rose
The highly-invasive Multiflora rose is common in all but the coldest parts of the state.
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Roseae — Rosa subg. Rosa sect. Synstylae
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 Michx.
 var. setigera

1803. Rosa setigera Michx.
1811. Rosa rubifolia W.T.Aiton
1935. Rosa setigera var. serena
1840. Rosa setigera var. tomentosa
Climbing prairie rose,
Climbing rose,
Prairie rose,
Michigan rose
Rosier sétigère
Native, CoC: 1,
Likely secure

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 Thunb.

1784. Rosa multiflora Thunb.
1915. Rosa multiflora var. cathayensis
[1]
1920. Rosa cathayensis L.H.Bailey
1933. Rosa calva var. cathayensis
Multiflora rose,
Rambler rose
Introduced from
 eastern Asia,
Very highly invasive,
 NYIS: 89%[2],
CP-2[3]

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 Franch. & Rochebr. ex Crép.

1871. Rosa luciae Franch.& Rochebr. ex Crép.
1871. Rosa lucieae Franch.& Rochebr. ex Crép.
1886. Rosa wichuraiana Crép.
1886. Rosa wichurana Crép.
1921. Rosa philippinensis Merr.
Memorial rose,
Wichura's rose
Introduced from
 Asia,
Potentially invasive,
Naturalized
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  1. Rosa multiflora var cathayensis is accepted by Flora of China. NYFA does not specify which variety(ies) have naturalized in New York.
  2. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentRosa multiflora: Very high (89).
  3. Appendix 2. Plant species that are considered highly invasive to natural areas in the central Finger Lakes region. Policy on the use of non-native plants in Cornell Botanic Gardens' accessioned collections (2018)

Rosa sect. CinnamomeaeEdit

(Syn. Rosa sect. Rosa)
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Roseae — Rosa subg. Rosa sect. Cinnamomeae
Rosasect. Cinnamomeae Rose N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Marshall

1785. Rosa palustris Marshall
1809. Rosa gemella Willd.
1903. Rosa lancifolia Small
1913. Rosa floridana Rydb.
1918. Rosa obtusiuscula Rydb.
1935. Rosa palustris var. dasistema (Raf.) E.J.Palmer & Steyerm.
Swamp rose
Marsh rose
Wetland rose

Rosier palustre
Églantier
Native, CoC: 9,
Secure

OBL

Perennial,
Shrub,
Sun-shade
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 Aiton

1789. Rosa blanda Aiton
1876. Rosa blanda var. blanda
1876. Rosa blanda var. glabra
1918. Rosa johannensis Fernald
1918. Rosa williamsii Fernald
1918. Rosa subblanda Rydb.
1945. Rosa rousseauiorum B.Boivin
Smooth rose,
Meadow rose,
Smooth wild rose
Rosier inerme,
Églantier,
Rosier agréable,
Rosier sauvage
Native, CoC: 2,
Secure
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 Mill.

1762. Rosa virginiana Herrm. rej.
1768. Rosa virginiana Mill.
1784. Rosa lucida Ehrh.
1918. Rosa nanella Rydb.
1922. Rosa virginiana var. Rehder {{{5}}}
1992. Rosa lucida
Virginia rose,
Low rose,
Pasture rose
Rosier de Virginie
Native, CoC: 4,
Likely secure

FAC

Perennial,
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 Lindl.
 ssp. sayi (Schwein.) W.H.Lewis

1824. Rosa sayi Schwein.
1876. Rosa acicularis ssp. bourgeauiana Crép.
1918. Rosa butleri Rydb.
1959. Rosa acicularis ssp. sayi (Schwein.) W.H.Lewis
Prickly rose,
Prickly wild rose,
Bristly rose,
Arctic rose,
Say’s acicular rose
Rosier aciculaire
Native, CoC: 10?,
Endangered
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 L.
 ssp. carolina

1753. Rosa carolina L.
1785. Rosa humilis Marshall
1814. Rosa lyonii Pursh
1820. Rosa obovata Raf.
1820. Rosa serrulata Raf.
1916. Rosa carolina var. grandiflora (Baker) Rehder
1916. Rosa carolina var. villosa (Best) Rehder
Eastern pasture rose
Carolina rose
Pasture rose

Rosier de Caroline
Native, CoC: 2,
Unranked
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 L.
 ssp. subserrulata (Rydb.) W.H.Lewis

1911. Rosa × rudiuscula Greene
1918. Rosa palmeri Rydb.
1918. Rosa subserrulata Rydb.
1918. Rosa texarkana Rydb.
1928. Rosa housei Erlanson
2008. Rosa carolina ssp. subserrulata (Rydb.) W.H.Lewis
Midwestern pasture rose Native, CoC: 10,
No recent reports

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Perennial,
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 Rydb.

Rosa blanda ×
Rosa palustris

Hybrid of
 smooth rose &
 swamp rose
Native,
Unranked
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Rosa carolina × palustris

Rosa carolina ×
Rosa palustris

Hybrid of
 Carolina rose &
 swamp rose
Native,
Unranked
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 Porter

Dwarf prairie rose,
Prairie rose,
Wild prairie rose
Native from
 western US,
Introduced
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Japanese rose,
Rugosa rose,
Beach rose,
Seaside rose
Introduced,
Moderately invasive,
 NYIS: 63%[1]
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 L.

1753. Rosa cinnamomea L.
    Rosa majalis
Cinnamon rose Introduced   NYFA-X
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Rosa carolina × rubiginosa

Rosa carolina ×
Rosa rubiginosa

Hybrid of
 carolina rose &
 sweetbrier rose
Introduced,
Impersistent
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Willd.

    Rosa nitida Willd.
Shining rose

N. America native
 eastern Candada
 n. New England,
N.Y. excluded
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Rosa sect. CaninaeEdit

 
Rosa rubiginosa
sweetbriar rose hips

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Roseae — Rosa subg. Rosa sect. Caninae
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L.

1753. Rosa eglanteria L. rej.
1771. Rosa rubiginosa L.
Sweetbriar rose
Sweet-briar rose
Sweetbriar
Sweet brier
Eglantine rose

Rosier églantier
Brier rose
Églantier odorant
Rosier rouillé
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Naturalized
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L.

1753. Rosa canina L.
1818. Rosa lutetiana Léman
Dog rose
Dogbrier
Common-briar
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Potentially invasive,
Naturalized
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Borrer ex Sm.

1812. Rosa micrantha Borrer ex Sm.
1815. Rosa floribunda Steven ex Besser
Small-flowered
sweetbrier rose
Small-flowered
sweet-brier rose
Smallflower sweetbrier
Small-flower sweetbrier
Introduced from
 Europe,
Unk. naturalization
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Pourr.

1771. Rosa glauca Pourr.
1779. Rosa ferruginea Vill.
1788. Rosa rubrifolia Vill.
Redleaf rose,
Red-leaved rose
Introduced,
Unk. naturalization
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Apple rose Introduced,
Unk. naturalization
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Sm.

Woolly rose Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
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Rosa sect. GallicaeEdit

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French rose Introduced,
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 L. (pro sp.)
[ arvensis × gallica ]

White rose of York Introduced   NYFA-X
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Cabbage rose Introduced  
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Mill. (pro sp.)
[ gallica × moschata ]

Damask rose Introduced,
Rare
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Rosa sect. ChinensesEdit

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Roseae — Rosa subg. Rosa sect. Chinenses
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Mill. (pro sp.)
[ chinensis × damascena ]

Bourbon rose Introduced NYFA-X
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[ chinensis × multiflora ]

Polyantha rose Introduced NYFA-X
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Tribe PotentilleaeEdit

Tribe Potentilleae

Subtribe PotentillinaeEdit

Subtribe Potentillinae

PotentillaEdit

Potentilla sect. PotentillaEdit
 
Potentilla canadensis


Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Potentillineae — Potentilla sect. Potentilla
Potentillasect. Potentilla Cinquefoil N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Michx.

1803. Potentilla simplex Michx.
1840. Potentilla canadensis var. simplex Torr. & A.Gray
1906. Callionia simplex Greene
Old-field cinquefoil,
Old-field fivefingers,
Spreading cinquefoil,
Common cinquefoil
Native,
Secure

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 L.

1753. Potentilla canadensis L.
1804. Potentilla caroliniana Poir.
1804. Potentilla pumila Poir.
1906. Callionia canadensis Greene
1931. Potentilla canadensis var. villosissima Fernald
1940. Potentilla canadensis var. pumila Torr. & A.Gray
Canada cinquefoil,
Dwarf cinquefoil,
Common cinquefoil
Potentille du Canada
Native,
Likely secure
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 L.

1753. Potentilla reptans L.
Creeping cinquefoil,
European fivefinger
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Potentially invasive,
 Invasive.org: [1],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
Unknown naturalization

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
NYFA: 7 counties
iNat: 3 counties
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Potentilla sect. AnserinaeEdit
 
Potentilla anserina
Silverweed (Potentilla anserina) has also been included in genus Argentina,
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Potentillineae — Potentilla sect. Anserinae
Potentillasect. Anserinae Silverweed N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.
ssp. anserina

1753. Potentilla anserina L.
1763. Fragaria anserina (L.) Crantz
1816. P. anserina var. sericea Hayne
1898. Argentina anserina (L.) Rydb.
[1]
1951. Potentilla pratincola B.Boivin
Silverweed cinquefoil,
Common silverweed,
Silver-feather
Potentille ansérine,
Argentine,
Richette,
Potentille des oies
Native, CoC: 3,
Secure
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 L.
ssp. pacifica (Howell) Rousi

1818. Potentilla egedei Wormsk. ex Hornem.
1824. P. anserina ssp. groenlandica Tratt.
1939. P. egedei var. groenlandica Polunin
1970. Argentina egedii
ssp. groenlandica Á.Löve
[1]
Greenland silverweed,
Egede's silverweed
Potentille du Groenland,
Potentille du d'Egede
Native,
Threatened
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  1. a b NYFA, USDA-NRCS, and Flora Novae Angliae list the two separate species Argentina anserina and Argentina egedii (ssp. groenlandica). ITIS, ARS-GRIN, and VASCAN treat them both as subspecies of Potentilla anserina.
Potentilla sect. RivalesEdit
 
Potentilla norvegica
Norwegian cinquefoil
Norwegian cinquefoil (Potentilla norvegica) is native to the subarctic and subalpine Northern Hemisphere, including much of North America and Eurasia. It's likely that both local and Eurasian ecotypes occur in New York.
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Potentillineae — Potentilla sect. Rivales
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 L.

1753. P. monspeliensis L.
1753. P. norvegica L.
1840. P. flexuosa Raf.
1851. P. norvegica var. hirsuta
1895. P. monspeliensis ssp. norvegica
1904. P. norvegica ssp. monspeliensis
1945. P. norvegica ssp. hirsuta
1926. P. norvegica ssp. labradorica
Ternate-leaved cinquefoil,
Norwegian cinquefoil,
Rough cinquefoil,
Rough-leaved cinquefoil,
Three-leaved cinquefoil
Potentille de Norvège,
Potentille norvégienne
Native,
Unranked

FAC-FACU

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 Nutt.

1840. P. paradoxa Nutt.
1894. P. nicolletii (S. Watson) E. Sheld.
1969. P. supina ssp. paradoxa
Bushy cinquefoil,
Paradox cinquefoil,
Sand cinquefoil
Native,
Endangered
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Potentilla sect. RectaeEdit
 
Potentilla recta
sulphur cinquefoil
Sulphur cinquefoil can be distinguished from the similar rough cinquefoil (P. norvegica) by the larger petals on P. recta that exceed the length of the sepals. The lower leaves of P. recta mostly have five or seven leaflets, while those of P. norvegica have tree.
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 L.

1753. Potentilla recta L.
1778. Potentilla sulphurea Lam.
1799. Potentilla obscura Willd.
    Potentilla recta var. obscura (Willd.) Poir.
    Potentilla recta var. pilosa Willd. ex Poir.
    Potentilla recta var. sulphurea (Lam.) DC.
1915. Pentaphyllum rectum (L.) Lunell
Sulphur cinquefoil,
Upright cinquefoil,
Erect cinquefoil,
Roughfruit cinquefoil
Potentille dressée,
Potentille droite
Introduced from
 Europe,
 western Asia,
Widespread weed

Perennial,
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Potentilla sect. TerminalesEdit
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Potentillineae — Potentilla sect. Terminales
Potentillasect. Terminales Cinquefoil N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

    
    
    
Silvery cinquefoil,
Silver cinquefoil,
Silverleaf cinquefoil,
Hoary cinquefoil
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Ashy cinquefoil Introduced   NYFA-X
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Downy cinquefoil Introduced   NYFA-X
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Potentilla sect. DuchesneaeEdit
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Potentillineae — Potentilla sect. Duchesneae
Potentillasect. Duchesneae Mock-strawberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Andrews) Th.Wolf

1807. Fragaria indica Andrews
1835. Duchesnea indica (Andrews) Teschem.
1904. Potentilla indica (Andrews) Th.Wolf
Indian strawberry,
Mock strawberry,
False strawberry,
Indian mock-strawberry
Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
 Invasive.org: [2],
Naturalized,
SNA,
NSE: Exotic G5

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Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
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iNat: ~32 counties
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Potentilla sect. AureaeEdit
 
Potentilla verna
Potentilla section Aureae contains P. crantzii, P. cristae, P. elegans, P. flabellifolia, P. fragiformis, P. grayi, P. hyparctica, P. nana, P. robbinsiana, and P. verna,[1] none of which are currently listed as present in New York.[2] However, Potentilla verna has been observed nearby in Ontario and New England, and there has been an unconfirmed iNaturalist observation in Suffolk County.[3]
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Potentillasect. Aureae Alpine cinquefoil N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Potentilla verna L. nom. et typ. cons.
1763. Fragaria verna (L.) Crantz
1788. Potentilla maculata Pourr.
1832. Potentilla neumanniana Rchb.
1891. Potentilla tabernaemontani Asch., nom. illeg.
1934. Potentilla crantzii var. hirta Lange
1966. Potentilla flabellifolia var. hirta B. Boivin
1984. Potentilla neumanniana var. campestris (Wallr.) O.Bolòs & Vigo
1984. Potentilla neumanniana var. hirsuta (DC.) O.Bolòs & Vigo
Spring cinquefoil
Spotted cinquefoil
Alpine cinquefoil

Potentille printanièe
Frühlings-Fingerkraut
Introduced from
 northern Europe,
No NY reports
 
NYFA: Not listed
iNat: Suffolk (2020?)
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Subtribe FragariinaeEdit

DrymocallisEdit

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Fragariinae — Drymocallis
Drymocallis Carnivorous cinquefoil N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Pursh) Rydb.

1814. Geum agrimonioides Pursh
1814. Potentilla arguta Pursh
1895. Potentilla agrimonoides Farw.
1898. Drymocallis arguta Rydb.
1908. Drymocallis agrimonioides Rydb.
Tall cinquefoil,
Tall potentilla,
Tall wood-beauty,
Cream cinquefoil,
White cinquefoil
Potentille âcre
Native,
Secure
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ComarumEdit

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Fragariinae — Comarum
Comarum Cinquefoil N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Comarum palustre L.
1763. Fragaria palustris (L.) Crantz
1771. Potentilla palustris (L.) Scop.
1816. Potentilla comarum Nestl. [illeg.]
Marsh cinquefoil,
Five-fingers,
Purple cinquefoil,
Purple marshlocks
Comaret des marais,
Potentille des marais,
Argentine rouge
Native,
Likely secure

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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DasiphoraEdit

 
Dasiphora fruticosa
Shrubby cinquefoil (Dasiphora fruticosa)
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Fragariinae — Dasiphora
Dasiphora Shrubby cinquefoil N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Rydb.

1753. Potentilla fruticosa L.
1814. Potentilla floribunda Pursh
1840. Dasiphora floribunda (Pursh) Raf.
1898. Dasiphora fruticosa (L.) Rydb.
1898. Dasiphora fruticosa var. tenuifolia
1954. Pentaphylloides floribunda
(Pursh) Á.Löve
1969. Potentilla fruticosa ssp. floribunda
1999. Dasiphora fruticosa ssp. floribunda
Shrubby cinquefoil,
Bush cinquefoil,
Golden hardhack,
Widdy
Potentille frutescente,
Potentille arbustive
Native, CoC: 9,
Likely secure

Perennial,
Shrub
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SibbaldiaEdit

 
Sibbaldia tridentata
three-toothed cinquefoil

Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Fragariinae — Sibbaldia
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 (Aiton) Paule & Soják

1789. Potentilla tridentata Aiton
1898. Sibbaldiopsis tridentata Rydb.
2009. Sibbaldia tridentata Paule & Soják
Three-toothed cinquefoil,
Shrubby cinquefoil,
Shrubby five-fingers
Potentille tridentée,
Potentille à feuilles tridentées
Native,
Likely secure
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FragariaEdit

 
Comparison of the leaflets of Eurasian woodland strawberry and native wild strawberry.
The leaflets of common wild strawberry (Fragaria virginiana) have short but noticeable stalks, and the terminal tooth of each leaflet is less than half as wide as the adjacent teeth.

The leaflets of American woodland strawberry (Fragaria vesca) have essentially no stalks and the terminal tooth of each leaflet is greater than half as wide as the adjacent teeth.[1]


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 Mill.
ssp. virginiana

1766. F. virginiana Duchesne [invalid]
1768. F. virginiana Mill.
1796. F. odora Salisb. [superfl.]
1803. F. canadensis Michx.
1898. F. virginiana var. australis
1904. Potentilla virginiana
(Mill.) E.H.L.Krause
1908. F. australis (Rydb.) Rydb.
1929. F. virginiana var. canadensis
Wild strawberry,
Virginia strawberry,
Common strawberry,
Scarlet strawberry,
Thick-leaved strawberry
Fraisier des champs,
Fraisier de Virginie,
Fraise des champs
Native,
Secure
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 Mill.
ssp. glauca (S.Watson) Staudt

1871. F. virginiana var. glauca
1898. F. glauca (S.Watson) Rydb.
1898. F. terrae-novae Rydb.
1908. F. multicipita Fernald
1909. F. ovalis var. glauca
1911. F. virginiana var. terrae-novae
1962. F. virginiana ssp. glauca
Northern wild strawberry,
Smooth wild strawberry,
Blue-leaved strawberry
Fraisier glauque,
Fraisier sauvage
Native,
Unranked
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 Mill.
ssp. grayana
(Vilm. ex J.Gay) Staudt

1857. F. grayana Vilm. ex J.Gay
1867. F. virginiana var. illinoensis
1962. F. virginiana ssp. grayana
Gray's strawberry,
Illinois strawberry,
Scarlet strawberry,
Wild strawberry
Frasier Asa-Gray
Native,
Unranked
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 L.
ssp. americana (Porter) Staudt

1890. F. vesca var. americana
1892. F. americana (Porter) Britton
1962. F. vesca ssp. americana
Woodland strawberry,
American wood strawberry
Fraisier américain,
Fraisier des bois,
Fraisier à vaches
Native,
Secure
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 L.
ssp. vesca

1753. Fragaria vesca L.
1771. Potentilla vesca (L.) Scop.
1900. F. vesca var. alba
Woodland strawberry,
European wood strawberry
Fraisier des bois
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Chilean strawberry,
Beach strawberry,
Coastal strawberry
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Fragaria chiloensis ×
Fragaria virginiana

Strawberry Introduced   NYFA-X
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Subtribe AlchemillinaeEdit

AlchemillaEdit

 
Alchemilla monticola
Lady's-mantle (Alchemilla spp.)
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Alchemillinae — Alchemilla
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 Opiz

1838. Alchemilla monticola Opiz
1891. A. pastoralis Buser
1966. A. vulgaris var. pastoralis
2012. Potentilla pastoralis
(Buser) Christenh. & Väre
 auct. A. pratensisnon F.W. Schmidt
 auct. A. vulgarisnon L.
 auct. A. xanthochloranon Rothm.
Hairy lady's mantle Introduced,
Impersistent,
Unk. naturalization
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 Buser

1893. Alchemilla micans Buser
1839. Alchemilla gracilis Opiz
2012. Alchemilla acutiloba var. micans
 auct. Alchemilla vulgaris ssp. micans
Gleaming lady's-mantle,
Shining lady's-mantle
Alchémille grêle
Introduced,
Unk. naturalization
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AphanesEdit

 
Aphanes australis
Parsley piert is not known to naturalize in New York State. Its only vouchered specimen was from ship ballast collected at an unknown location in 1880.
Rosales — Rosaceae — Rosoideae — Potentilleae — Alchemillinae — Aphanes
AphanesL. Parsley piert N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Rydb.

1908. Aphanes australis Rydb.
1984. Aphanes inexspectata W.Lippert
2012. Potentilla inexspectata
(W.Lippert) Christenh.& Väre
 auct. Alchemilla microcarpa
non Boiss.& Reut. (1842)
 auct. Aphanes microcarpa
non (Boiss.& Reut.) Rothm. (1937)
Slender parsley piert
Alchémille inattendue
Introduced,
Not naturalized
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Aphanes (excluded taxa) Parsley piert N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Aphanes arvensis L.
1771. Alchemilla arvensis (L.) Scop.
2012. Potentilla arvensis
(L.) Christenh. & Väre
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No specimens
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Note: [1]
  1. ARS-GRIN lists Aphanes arvensis as a synonym of Alchemilla arvensis and Aphanes as a probable synonym of Alchemilla. It does not list Aphanes microcarpa