Flora of New York/Vitales, Zygophyllales, Celastrales, Oxalidales

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Proteales, Buxales, Hamamelidales, Saxifragales
Flora of New York — Vitales, Zygophyllales, Celastrales, Oxalidales
Malpighiales (1)
Hypericaceae, Podostemaceae, Elatinaceae
Table of
contents
Genus
index
Protected species index Invasive species index


Order Vitales[edit]

The order Vitales contains the single family Vitaceae.[1]
  1. Vitales in P.F. Stevens (2001 onwards). Angiosperm Phylogeny Website. 15 July 2015.

Family Vitaceae[edit]

The Vitaceae (grape family), in New York State, consists of Vitis (grapes), Parthenocissus (creepers), and Ampelopsis (porcelainberry)[1]
  1. Vitaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.

Genus Vitis[edit]

Vitales — Vitaceae — Vitoideae — Vitis
Vitis Grape N.Y. Status Images Distribution 11
 Michx.

1803. Vitis riparia Michx.
1856. V. cordifolia var. riparia
1893. V. riparia var. praecox
1897. V. vulpina var. praecox
1923. V. vulpina var. syrticola
1939. V. riparia var. syrticola
1949. V. vulpina ssp. riparia
River grape,
Riverbank grape,
Frost grape
Vigne des rivages,
Vigne souvage,
Raisin souvage
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 3,
Secure

FACW-FAC

Perennial,
Vine
Cluster of frost grapes (Southeast Michigan).JPG
Vitis riparia NY-dist-map.png
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 Michx.

1803. Vitis aestivalis Michx.
1820. V. bicolor Raf.
1890. V. aestivalis var. bicolor
1897. V. argentifolia Munson
1921. V. lecontiana House
1924. V. aestivalis var. bicolor
1934. V. smalliana L.H.Bailey
1940. V. gigas J.H.Fennel
1936. V. aestivalis var. argentifolia
1987. V. aestivalis var. smalliana
Summer grape,
Small grape,
Pigeon grape,
Silverleaf grape,
Blue grape
Vigne d'été
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 4,
Secure

FACU

Perennial,
Vine
Vitis aestivalis 1120452.jpg
Vitis aestivalis var aestivalis NY-dist-map.png
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 L.

1753. Vitis labrusca L.
1818. V. labrusca var. labruscoides
1830. V. labrusca var. alba
1830. V. labrusca var. rosea
1940. V. labrusca var. subedentata
Northern fox grape,
Fox grape,
Skunk grape,
Concord grape
Vigne lambruche,
Vigne américaine,
Vigne framboisier
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 6,
Secure

FACU

Perennial,
Vine
Wild Grapes.JPG
Vitis labrusca NY-dist-map.png
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 Fernald

Vitis labrusca ×
Vitis riparia

1917. Vitis × novae-angliae Fernald
    
    
New England grape,
Pilgrim grape
N.Y. native,
Very vulnerable

FACW-FAC

Perennial,
Vine
Ny hybrid.svg
Vitis × novae-angliae NY-dist-map.png
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L,

1753. Vitis vulpina L.
1803. Vitis cordifolia
sensu Macoun non Michx.
1818. Vitis cordifolia var. vulpina
1891. Vitis vinifera var. vulpina
1934. Vitis illex L.H.Bailey
Winter grape,
Frost grape
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 5,
Endangered

FAC

Perennial,
Vine
Phyllocnistis vitifoliella leafmine in Frost Grape (Vitis vulpina).jpg
Vitis vulpina NY-dist-map.png
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 Rehder

Vitis aestivalis ×
Vitis riparia

1922. Vitis × slavinii Rehder
    
    
Slavin's grape,
Hybrid of
 Summer grape &
 River grape
N.Y. native,
Unranked

Perennial,
Vine
Ny hybrid.svg
Vitis × slavinii NY-dist-map.png
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 L.

1753. Vitis vinifera L.
    
    
European grape,
Wine grape,
Vinifera grape
Vigne cultivée,
Vigne
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Not naturalized

Perennial,
Vine, shrub
MVC-867F GV Minim-2 12-9-2000.JPG
Vitis vinifera NY-dist-map.png
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 Prince ex Jacques

Vitis labrusca ×
Vitis vinifera

1822. Vitis × alexanderi Prince nom. nud.
1829. Vitis × alexanderi Prince ex Jacques
1830. Vitis × prolifera Raf.
1834. Vitis isabellae var. alexanderi
1923. Vitis × labruscana L.H.Bailey
Concord grape,
Hybrid of
 Fox grape &
 Vinifera grape
Introduced,
Not naturalized

FACU
Concord grapes in the backyard just beginning to ripen.jpg
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Vitis (excluded taxa) Grape N.Y. Status Images Distribution X
(Engelm.) Millardet

1880. Vitis cinerea (Engelm.) Millardet
Graybark grape N. America native
 southern U.S.,
N.Y. excluded
Vitis cinerea BotGardBln07122011B.JPG
Nymap.svg
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Vahl

    
    
    
Catbird grape N. America native
 southern U.S.,
N.Y. excluded
Vitis palmata.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-XCLD
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Hybrid of
 Summer grape &
 Winter grape
N. America native,
N.Y. excluded
Ny hybrid.svg
Nymap.svg
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Genus Parthenocissus[edit]

Parthenocissus is made up of two disjunct groups: a North American clade and an Asian clade. [1]

The two North American creepers found in New York (Virgina creeper and thicket creeper) are very similar in appearence. Both have similar five-lobed leaves, but they differ in the way their tendrils attach to surfaces for climbing. Virgina creeper (P. quinquefolia) attaches using adhesive pads, allowing it to climb smooth surfaces such as smooth rocks and buildings, similar to the way Boston ivy climbs. The tendrils of thicket creeper (P. inserta) attach by twining around objects.


Leaflets Habit Tendrils Fruit Inflorescence
P. quinquefolia
Virginia creeper
dull above
pubescent below
high-climbing or on ground several branches terminating with dilated adhesive discs rarely produced, smaller central axis with 25-200 flowers in panicled groups
P. inserta
thicket creeper
shiny above
glabrous below
sprawling over ground or structures few branches and no adhesive discs routinely produced, slightly larger dichotomously branched with 10-60 flowers
Vitales — Vitaceae — Vitoideae — Parthenocissus
Parthenocissus
North American clade
Creeper N.Y. Status Images Distribution 3
(L.) Planch.

1753. Hedera quinquefolia L.
1803. Ampelopsis quinquefolia
(L.) Michx.
1887. P. quinquefolia (L.) Planch.
1939. P. quinquefolia fo. hirsuta
Virginia creeper,
Five-leaved ivy,
Five-finger
Vigne vierge à 5 folioles,
Parthénocisse à 5 folioles,
Vigne vierge vraie,
Vigne vierge grimpante
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 4,
Secure

FACU

Perennial,
Vine
Deadwood With Virginia Creeper.jpg
Parthenocissus quinquefolia NY-dist-map.png
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(A.Kern.) Fritsch

1887. Vitis inserta A.Kern.
1893. Ampelopsis quinquefolia
var. vitacea
1894. P. vitacea (Knerr) Hitchc.
1922. P. inserta (A. Kern.) Fritsch
Thicket Creeper,
Woodbine,
False Virginia Creeper
Vigne vierge commune,
Vigne vierge
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 2,
Secure

Perennial,
Vine
Parthenocissus inserta.jpg
Parthenocissus inserta NY-dist-map.png
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Parthenocissus
Asian clade
Creeper N.Y. Status Images Distribution 3
(Siebold & Zucc.) Planch.

1845. Ampelopsis tricuspidata S.& Z.
1868. A. veitchii hort. nom. inval.
1887. P. tricuspidata (S.& Z.) Planch.
Boston ivy,
Japanese creeper,
Japanese ivy,
Grape ivy
Vigne vierge tricuspidée,
Vigne vierge de Veitch,
Vigne-vierge du Japon
Introduced from
 temperate Asia,
Potentially invasive

Perennial,
Vine
Parthenocissus tricuspidata leaves.jpg
Parthenocissus tricuspidata nymap.svg
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Genus Ampelopsis[edit]

Vitales — Vitaceae — Vitoideae — Ampelopsis
Ampelopsis Peppervine N.Y. Status Images Distribution 2
 (Wall.) Momiy.
var. brevipedunculata (Maxim.) Momiy.

1859. Cissus brevipedunculata Maxim.
1861. C. humulifolia var. brevipedunculata
1883. Ampelopsis brevipedunculata
(Maxim.) Trautv.
1887. A. heterophylla var. amurensis
1892. Vitis brevipedunculata (Maxim.) Dippel
1977. A. glandulosa var. brevipedunculata
1996. A. heterophylla var. brevipedunculata
Porcelainberry,
Amur pepper-vine
Introduced,
Highly invasive,
NYIS: 71%[1],
Prohibited[2],
NE-1[3]
Ampelopsis glandulosa var. brevipedunculata - Blue and Purple Berries 2000px.jpg
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Bunge

1833. Ampelopsis aconitifolia Bunge
1873. Vitis aconitifolia (Bunge) Hance
1884. Vitis serianiifolia var. aconitifolia
 auct. Ampelopsis cordatanon Michx. (1803)
Monk's-hood-vine Introduced,
Naturalized

Perennial,
Vine
Ampelopsis aconitifolia 3c.JPG
Nymap.svg
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Order Zygophyllales[edit]

The Zygophyllales contain the two families Krameriaceae and Zygophyllaceae according to A.P.G. III (2009).[1]
  1. Zygophyllales in P.F. Stevens (2001 onwards). Angiosperm Phylogeny Website. 15 July 2015.

Family Zygophyllaceae[edit]

The Zygophyllaceae (bean-caper or caltrop family) contains two exotic species that are not known to truly naturalize in New York but are of concern because they are listed as invasive in parts of North America.[1]
  1. Zygophyllaceae Troy Weldy & David Werier (2013) New York Flora Atlas. New York Flora Association, Albany, New York.

Subfamily Tribuloideae[edit]

Genus Tribulus[edit]
Puncture vine
Puncturevine is considered to be invasive in much of the U.S., but is not thought to have fully naturalized in New York. It is a weed of at least 21 crops in 37 countries and is toxic to livestock, which can also suffer injury to their mouths, eyes, digestive tracts and skin from its burrs.[1]
Zygophyllales — Zygophyllaceae — Tribuloideae — Tribulus
Tribulus Puncturevine N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 L.

1753. Tribulus terrestris L.
1753. T. lanuginosus L.
1830. T. bimucronatus Viv.
1920. T. saharae A.Chev.
1946. T. terrestris var. sericeus (i)
Puncture vine
Puncture-vine
Puncture weed
Puncturevine weed
Caltrop
Small caltrop
Land caltrop
Goathead
Mexican sandbur
Texas sandbur

Croix-de-Malte
Tribule terrestre
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 Africa,
 Australia,
Impersistent,
Not naturalized

Annual,
Herb-forb
Tribulus terrestris00.jpg
Nymap.svg
NYFA-Xm
USDA-Xw
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Subfamily Zygophylloideae[edit]

Genus Zygophyllum[edit]
The Syrian bean-caper (Zygophyllum fabago) is considered to be potentially invasive in parts of the U.S., but is not thought to have naturalized in New York.
Zygophyllales — Zygophyllaceae — Zygophylloideae — Zygophyllum
Zygophyllum Beancaper N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 L.

1753. Zygophyllum fabago L.
1867. Z. fabago var. brachycarpum
Caper-bean,
Syrian beancaper,
Syrian bean-caper
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Impersistent,
Not naturalized

Perennial,
Herb-forb
Zygophyllum fabago, SW Ukraine.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Order Celastrales[edit]

The order Celastrales ...

Family Celastraceae[edit]

The Celastraceae (staff-vine or bittersweet family) in New York contains the genera Euonymus (spindletree), Celastrus (bittersweet), as well as Parnassia (grass-of-Parnassus), which has also been included in the Saxifragaceae and Parnassiaceae.

Subfamily Parnassioideae[edit]

Genus Parnassia[edit]
Celastrales — Celastraceae — Parnassioideae — Parnassia
Parnassia Grass-of-Parnassus N.Y. Status Images Distribution 2
 Raf.

1813. P. americana Muhl.
1840. P. glauca Raf.
 auct. P. caroliniana
non Michx. (1803)
Common grass of Parnassus,
Fen grass of Parnassus,
American grass-of-parnassus,
Glaucous grass-of-Parnassus,
"Carolina" grass-of-Parnassus
Parnassie à feuilles glauques,
Parnassie glauque
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 8,
Likely secure

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
Grass-of-Parnassus (Parnassia glauca) (9754071813).jpg
Parnassia glauca NY-dist-map.png
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L.

1753. Parnassia palustris L.
Marsh grass-of-Parnassus,
Marsh grass of Parnassus,
Northern grass of Parnassus,
Meadow grass-of-Parnassus
Parnassie des marais,
Parnassie palustre
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 10,
Unranked

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
Parnassia palustris 20060729105027wp.jpg
Nymap.svg
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Parnassia (excluded taxa) Grass-of-Parnassus N.Y. Status Images Distribution X
Michx.

1803. P. caroliniana Michx.
Carolina grass of Parnassus N. America native
 southeast U.S.,
N.Y. excluded

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
According to season; talks about the flowers in the order of their appearance in the woods and fields (1902) (16769662095).jpg
Nymap.svg
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Subfamily Celastroideae[edit]

Genus Euonymus[edit]

Of the six native and naturalized Euonymus species in New York, three are native, and three have been introduced and are considered to be invasive.[1]

Euonymus subg. Euonymus sect. Euonymus[edit]
The most common native Euonymus in New York is Euonymus atropurpureus (or eastern wahoo). It is sometimes confused with the somewhat-invasive Euonymus europaeus (or European spindle tree). The two can be distinguished by several characteristics, including:
Euonymus atropurpureus
(American wahoo)
Euonymus europaeus
(European spindletree)
Leaves: pubescent beneath or entirely glabrous glabrous above & beneath
Petals: wide, dark brown-purple narrow, light green-yellow-white
Inflorescence: umbels of 7-15 flowers umbels of 3-8 flowers
Capsule: pink to purple red to pink
Aril: scarlet orange
Seed brown white
Celastrales — Celastraceae — Celastroideae — Euonymus — subg. Euonymus — sect. Euonymus
EuonymusL.subg. Euonymussect. Euonymus Spindletree N.Y. Status Images Distribution 5
 Jacq.
var. atropurpureus

1772. Euonymus atropurpurea orth. var.
1772. Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq.
1941. Euonymus atropurpureus
var. cheatumii Lundell
American wahoo,
Eastern wahoo,
Eastern spindle-tree,
Burning bush,
Bitter-ash
Fusain pourpre,
Fusain de l'Est
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 6,
Likely secure

FACU

Perennial,
Tree, shrub
Euonymus atropurpureus fruit.jpg
Euonymus atropurpureus var atropurpureus nymap.svg
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 L.

    Euonymus vulgaris Mill.
    
    
European spindletree,
European euonymus
Fusain d'Europe,
Bonnet de prêtre
Introduced,
Moderately invasive,
NYIS: 60%[1],
CP-5[2]

Perennial,
Tree, shrub
Euonymus europaeus HC1.jpg
Euonymus europaeus nymap.svg
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Euonymus subg. Euonymus sect. Echinococcus[edit]
Celastrales — Celastraceae — Celastroideae — Euonymus — subg. Euonymus — sect. Echinococcus
EuonymusL.subg. Euonymussect. Echinococcus Spindletree N.Y. Status Images Distribution 5
 Nutt.

1818. Euonymus obovatus Nutt.
1892. Eu. americanus var. obovatus
    
Running strawberry-bush N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 7,
Vulnerable

FAC-FACU

Perennial,
Shrub, subshrub,
Vine
Euonymus obovatus EPA-1.jpg
Euonymus obovatus nymap.svg
NYFA-3
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L.

1753. Euonymus americanus L.
1753. Euonymus americana L., orth. var.
    
American strawberry bush,
Bursting hearts,
Bursting heart
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 7,
Endangered

FAC

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
Subshrub
Euonymus americanus 1120517.jpg
Euonymus americanus nymap.svg
NYFA-1
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Euonymus subg. Euonymus sect. Ilicifolia[edit]
Celastrales — Celastraceae — Celastroideae — Euonymus — subg. Euonymus — sect. Ilicifolia
EuonymusL.subg. Euonymussect. Ilicifolia Spindletree N.Y. Status Images Distribution 5
(Turcz.) Hand.-Mazz.
var. radicans (Siebold ex Miq.) Rehder

1851. Euonymus hederaceus
Champ. ex Benth. p.p.
1863. Elaeodendron fortunei Turcz. p.p.
1865. Eu. japonicus var. radicans
1867. Eu. radicans Sieb. ex Miq.
1938. Eu. fortunei var. radicans Rehder
Climbing euonymus,
Winter creeper,
Evergreen bittersweet,
Climbing spindle-tree,
Fortune's euonymus
Fusain de Fortune,
Fusain rampant
Introduced,
Highly invasive,
NYIS: 78%[1],
Regulated[2],
CP-4[3]

Perennial,
Shrub, vine
Euonymus fortunei 5422029.jpg
Euonymus fortunei var radicans nymap.svg
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Euonymus subg. Euonymus sect. Melanocarya[edit]
Celastrales — Celastraceae — Celastroideae — Euonymus — subg. Euonymus — sect. Melanocarya
EuonymusL.subg. Euonymussect. Melanocarya Spindletree N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 (Thunb.) Siebold

1784. Celastrus alatus Thunb.
1784. Celastrus striatus Thunb.
1826. Euonymus subtriflorus Blume
1826. Euonymus thunbergianus Blume
1830. Euonymus alatus Siebold
Burning bush,
Winged euonymus,
Winged burning bush,
Winged spindle tree
Fusain ailé
Introduced,
Very highly invasive,
NYIS: 81%[1],
Regulated[2],
CP-3[3]
Euonymus alatus ÖBG 09-07-16 02.jpg
Euonymus alatus nymap.svg
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Genus Celastrus[edit]
Celastrales — Celastraceae — Celastroideae — Celastrus
Celastrus Bittersweet N.Y. Status Images Distribution 2
 L.

1753. Celastrus scandens L.
1794. Euonymoides scandens
(L.) Moench
1902. Euonymus scandens
(L.) E.H.L.Krause
American bittersweet,
Climbing bittersweet
Bourreau des arbres,
Célastre grimpant
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 7,
Rare

FACU

Perennial,
Vine
Celastrus scandens 27297.jpg
Celastrus scandens NY-dist-map.png
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 Thunb.

1784. C. orbiculatus Thunb.
1784. C. articulatus Thunb.
Asian bittersweet,
Oriental bittersweet,
Oriental staff vine
Célastre asiatique
Introduced from
 temperate Asia,
Very highly invasive,
NYIS: 87%[1],
Prohibited[2],
CP-2[3] NE-1[4]

FACU-UPL
Celastrus orbiculatus 081202.JPG
Celastrus orbiculatus NY-dist-map.png
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Celastrus (excluded taxa) Bittersweet N.Y. Status Images Distribution X
 Loes.

1902. Celastrus gemmatus Loes.
1912. Embelia esquirolii H.Lév.
1935. C. lokchongensis Masam.
Shrub-bittersweet,
Chinese staff vine,
Chinese bittersweet
Introduced from
 temperate Asia,
N.Y. excluded
Celastrus gemmatus NY-dist-map.png
Nymap.svg
NYFA-XCLD
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  1. New York non-native plant invasiveness assessmentCelastrus orbiculatus: Very high (87%).
  2. Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named prohibit
  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 Plantations' accessioned collections (2009)
  4. Category 1 Plants - highly invasive - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service

Order Oxalidales[edit]

The order Oxalidales contains seven families, of which, only members of the Oxalidaceae have been discovered growing outside of cultivation in New York.

Family Oxalidaceae[edit]

The Oxalidaceae (woodsorrel family) has traditionally been included in the Geraniales, but is now included here with phylogenically similar Rosids.

Genus Oxalis[edit]

Oxalidales — Oxalidaceae — Oxalis — subg. Oxalis
Oxalissect. Oxalis Wood-sorrel N.Y. Status Images Distribution 6
 Raf.

1818. Oxalis montana Raf.
1930. O. acetosella var. rhodantha
1958. O. acetosella ssp. montana
 auct. O. acetosella non L.
Mountain wood-sorrel,
White wood-sorrel,
Common wood-sorrel,
Northern wood-sorrel
Oxalide de montagne,
Oxalide des bois
N.Y. native,
NYS CoC: 7,
Secure

FAC-FACU

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
Part shade
Oxalis montana.jpg
Oxalis montana NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-5
USDA-NN
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
Trop.
NSE BNA
IPN LBJ

Images, wsp
Oxalissect. Corniculatae Yellow wood-sorrel N.Y. Status Images Distribution 6
 L.

1753. Oxalis stricta L.
1854. Oxalis europaea Jord.
1896. Oxalis cymosa Small
1903. Xanthoxalis stricta (L.) Small
1903. Xanthoxalis cymosa (Small) Small
1943. Xanthoxalis europaea Moldenke
Upright yellow wood-sorrel,
Common yellow wood-sorrel,
Common yellow oxalis,
European wood-sorrel,
Tall wood-sorrel
Oxalide d'Europe,
Oxalide dressée,
Oxalide stricte, Surette,
Pain d'oiseau, Oxalis droit
N.Y. native,
Secure,
Sun
20140520Oxalis stricta1.jpg
Oxalis stricta NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-5
USDA-NX
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
Trop.
BNA
LBJ

Images, wsp
 Jacq.

1794. Oxalis dillenii Jacq.
1897. Oxalis corniculata var. dillenii
1925. Oxalis stricta var. piletocarpa
1972. Xanthoxalis dillenii (Jacq.) Holub
Slender yellow wood-sorrel,
Dillen's wood-sorrel,
Sussex yellow sorrel
Oxalide de Dillenius
N.Y. native,
Secure
Oxalis dillenii BB-1913-1.png
Oxalis dillenii NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-5
USDA-NX
NEW Can


BNA


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 Salisb.

1796. Oxalis florida Salisb.
1803. Oxalis prostrata Haw.
1824. Oxalis dillenii var. florida
1825. Oxalis rupestris Raf.
1897. Oxalis filipes Small
1901. Oxalis brittoniae Small
1903. Xanthoxalis brittoniae Small
1903. Xanthoxalis filipes Small
1943. Xanthoxalis florida Moldenke
1963. Oxalis dillenii ssp. filipes
1964. Oxalis florida var. filipes
1964. Oxalis florida var. recurva
1979. Oxalis florida ssp. prostrata
Southern yellow wood-sorrel,
Flowering yellow wood-sorrel
N.Y. native,
Secure
Oxalis dillenii BB-1913-2.png
Oxalis florida NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-5
USDA-NX
NEW Can-0





Images, wsp
Note: [1]
 L.

1753. Oxalis corniculata L.
1891. Acetosella corniculata Kuntze
1903. Xanthoxalis corniculata Small
Creeping wood-sorrel,
Creeping yellow wood-sorrel
Oxalide cornue,
Oxalis cornu
Introduced,
US South native,
(questionably)
Oxalis corniculata bloemen.jpg
Oxalis corniculata NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-X
USDA-NX
NEW Can
ARS ITIS
Trop.
BNA


Images, wsp
Oxalissect. Ionoxalis Bulb-bearing wood-sorrel N.Y. Status Images Distribution 6
 L.

1753. Oxalis violacea L.
1782. Sassia tinctoria Molina
1891. Acetosella violacea (L.) Kuntze
1903. Ionoxalis violacea (L.) Small
1937. O. violacea var. trichophora
1943. I. violacea var. trichophora
1998. Sassia violacea (L.) Holub
Violet wood-sorrel N.Y. native,
Threatened
Violet Wood-Sorrel - Oxalis violacea.JPG
Oxalis violacea NY-dist-map.png
NYFA-2-3
USDA-N-
NEW Can-0
ARS 
Trop.
BNA


Images, wsp
  1. Nesom, Guy L. 2009. Again: taxonomy of yellow-flowered caulescent Oxalis (Oxalidaceae) in eastern North America. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 3: 727–738.

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