blue = Contiguous transcontinental states; green = Sometimes considered North American but geographically outside North America's boundaries; gray = Countries not geographically part of North America.
Places in italics with an abbreviated country name in parentheses after them ((Dk.), (Fr.)) are dependencies or autonomous areas geographically separate from the rest of the country. Geographically separate non-autonomous parts of country are labeled with their country name first, followed by the name of the area in parentheses and italics.