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CARYOPHYLLALES

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Showing 24 types of CARYOPHYLLALES

Broadleaf Dock

Latin Name: Rumex Obtusifolius

Native to Europe and Asia. Now widespread in the United States.

Broadleaf Pink Purslane

Latin Name: Portulaca Amilis

Native to South America, and found in the United States from North Carolina to all of Florida.

Carpetweed

Latin Name: Mollugo Verticillata

Native to tropical America, now distributed widely in the U.S.

Common Chickweed

Latin Name: Stellaria Media

Introduced from Europe, and now widely distributed throughout the United States and Canada.

Common Lambsquarters

Latin Name: Chenopodium Album

Native to Europe, and now an extremely common weed throughout the United States.

Common Purslane

Latin Name: Portulaca Oleracea

Naturalized from Europe, and now a common problem weed throughout the world.

Corn Spurry

Latin Name: Spergula Arvensis

Introduced from Europe, and naturalized throughout the western United States, somewhat in the eastern part of the country.

Curly Dock

Latin Name: Rumex Crispus

Native to Europe and Asia. Now widespread in the United States.

Fringed Black Bindweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Cilinode

A native vine found in the states east of the Mississippi and in Minnesota, but not generally in the extreme southern states.

Knawel

Latin Name: Scleranthus Annuus

Introduced from Europe, and found throughout the eastern half of the United States and Canada, as well as in California and the Pacific Northwest.

Kochia

Latin Name: Kochia Scoparia

Native to Eurasia, this plant was introduced to North America and now is found in nearly every state, with the exception of the extreme southeast.

Mouse-ear Chickweed

Latin Name: Cerastium Vulgatum

Native to Europe, and now found throughout most of the United States and southern Canada.

Netseed Lambsquarters

Latin Name: Chenopodium Berlandieri

Native to Europe, and now established in the western United States.

Pennsylvania Smartweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Pensylvanicum

Native to eastern North America, and introduced to the western states where it now can be found throughout most of the continent.

Prostrate Knotweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Arenastrum

Introduced from Europe. Now found throughout the United States and southern Canada.

Red Sorrel

Latin Name: Rumex Acetosella

Native to Europe, now distributed widely across the United States and southern Canada.

Redroot Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Retroflexus

Native to tropical Latin America, but now widespread in the United States.

Russian Thistle

Latin Name: Salsola Tragus

Native to Eurasia, but introduced to the United States from Russia in sacks of flaxseed, that spilled along railways as it was transported, spreading the weed throughout the western U.S.

Silversheath Knotweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Argyrocoleon

Native to southwest Asia

Sticky Chickweed

Latin Name: Cerastium Glomeratum

Native to Europe, and now found throughout the United States.

Swamp Smartweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Amphibium

Native to Eurasia, and now found throughout much of North America.

Tufted Knotweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Caespitosum

Native to Asia, and now found along the entire east coast of the United States, south through Florida and west to Louisiana.

Tumble Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Albus

Native to tropical Americas, and now widespread throughout much of North America.

Wild Buckwheat

Latin Name: Polygonum Convolvulus

Introduced from Europe, and now widespread throughout the United States and southern Canada.

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