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Alyce Clover

Latin Name: Alysicarpus Vaginalis

Native to the Old World tropics, but introduced to the U.S. and now found throughout the southeastern states north to Virginia, as well as in Hawaii and the West Indies.

Annual Sowthistle

Latin Name: Sonchus Oleraceus

Native to Europe and found commonly throughout North America.

Balsam Apple

Latin Name: Momordica Charantia

A native of Asia, this noxious, invasive vine is present in the United States in several eastern states including Florida, west along the Gulf Coast to Texas, and in Hawaii.

Black Medic

Latin Name: Medicago Lupulina

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

Box Elder

Latin Name: Acer Negundo

Native to North America, and found from coast to coast.

Broadleaf Dock

Latin Name: Rumex Obtusifolius

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

Broadleaf Enchanter's Nightshade

Latin Name: Circaea Lutetiana

Native to North America, and occurring from Maine south to Georgia, and west in all states to the Rocky Mountains.

Broadleaf Pink Purslane

Latin Name: Portulaca Amilis

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

Broadleaf Plantain

Latin Name: Plantago Major

Native to Europe, but naturalized and now found commonly throughout the United States and southern Canada.

Broom Groundsel

Latin Name: Senecio Spartioides

Native to the western United States.

Bulbous Bittercress

Latin Name: Cardamine Bulbosa

Native to North America, and found in nearly every state east of the Rocky Mountains.

Burclover

Latin Name: Medicago Polymorpha

Native to Eurasia, and now widespread in the western United States.

Canada Thistle

Latin Name: Cirsium Arvense

Native to southeastern Eurasia, but introduced to Canada in contaminated crop seeds in the 18th century, and now found throughout the northern half of the United States and southern Canada.

Carpetweed

Latin Name: Mollugo Verticillata

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

Chicory

Latin Name: Chichorium Intybus

Native to Europe, but now found throughout the United States, and especially abundant in the northern and western states where it is a common roadside weed.

Clustered Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Glomeratum

Native to Europe, but introduced to North America where it now is found uncommonly in the southeast states as well as California, Oregon, and Hawaii.

Coast Fiddleneck

Latin Name: Amsinckia Intermedia

Coast fiddleneck is native to Oregon and California.

Common Chickweed

Latin Name: Stellaria Media

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

Common Groundsel

Latin Name: Senecio Vulgaris

Introduced from Europe, and now widespread in the northern United States and Canada, and as far south as Texas and throughout the western states. An extremely common winter and spring weed.

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.

Common Ragweed

Latin Name: Ambrosia artemisiifolia

Native to the eastern United States, and still most common there, but found throughout North America.

Corn Spurry

Latin Name: Spergula Arvensis

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

Crimson Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Incarnatum

A native of Europe, but introduced as an ornamental plant to many other areas, and now widely spread throughout the United States in the eastern half of the country and along the west coast, as well as in Hawaii.

Curly Dock

Latin Name: Rumex Crispus

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

Dandelion

Latin Name: Taraxacum Officinale

Introduced from Europe and now widespread and extremely common across North America.

Dogfennel

Latin Name: Eupatorium Capillifolium

A native plant in North America, and found from New Jersey south to Florida, and west to Missouri and Texas. It also can be found in Latin America south to Guatemala and in the West Indies.

Eclipta

Latin Name: Eclipta Prostrata

Native to the eastern United States, but now spread throughout the country, most commonly found in the southern U.S.

Field Bindweed

Latin Name: Convolvulus Arvensis

Native to Eurasia but introduced to the United States, where it occurs throughout the continent, and is considered to be one of the most troublesome weeds here and throughout the world.

Field Pennycress

Latin Name: Thlaspi Arvense

Introduced from Europe and now found throughout the United States. It grows commonly in grain fields and pastures, and the strong odor of the plant causes a bitter flavored milk from livestock that eat it.

Florida Pusley

Latin Name: Richardia Scabra

Considered native to South America, but found commonly in the southeast United States and into the northeast, in Hawaii and Puerto Rico, and throughout Central America.

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.

Goldenrod

Latin Name: Solidago Spp.

Over 150 species of goldenrod occur in North America, and some will be found in every state including Hawaii, throughout Canada and into Latin America and the West Indies. Many of the species are native plants in North America.

Henbit

Latin Name: Lamium Amplexicaule

Native to Europe, but now spread throughout North America.

Horsenettle

Latin Name: Solanum Carolinense

Native to the southeastern United States, but now spread from coast to coast and occurring in almost every state, as well as into southern Canada.

Horseweed

Latin Name: Conyza Canadensis

Native to North America and widely distributed throughout the continent.

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.

Kudzu

Latin Name: Pueraria Thunbergiana

Native to Japan and China, and introduced during an 1896 gardening exposition in Philadelphia.

Lawn Burweed

Latin Name: Soliva Pterosperma

Native to South America, and now found along the Pacific Coast states and along the southern states to North Carolina, as well as throughout Latin America and in Europe.

Little Bittercress

Latin Name: Cardamine Oligosperma

Native to North America, and found most commonly in the western states, east to Montana and Colorado, but occurring sporadically in the north central to northeast states as well. Found also in western Canada north to Alaska.

London Rocket

Latin Name: Sisymbrium Irio

A native of Europe, now common throughout the western states.

Mouse-ear Chickweed

Latin Name: Cerastium Vulgatum

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

Narrowleaf Cudweed

Latin Name: Gnaphalium Falcatum

Native to North America and Latin America, and occurring in the United States from Virginia to Florida on the east coast, and west throughout the southern states to California.

Netseed Lambsquarters

Latin Name: Chenopodium Berlandieri

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

Owl's Clover

Latin Name: Orthocarpus Purpurascens

A native plant that is widely distributed in the western United States, south into Mexico and north into southern Canada.

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.

Pennywort

Latin Name: Hydrocotyle Spp.

At least 15 species of Hydrocotyle occur in the United States and Hawaii, all very similar in appearance and habits. Most are native plants that occur primarily in warmer, more tropical climates.

Persian Speedwell

Latin Name: Veronica Persica

Native to Europe and now widespread in North America.

Pineapple Weed

Latin Name: Matricaria Matricarioides

Native to the western United States, but now found across the continent to the east coast and as far north as Alaska.

Prickly Sida

Latin Name: Sida Spinosa

Native to tropical Latin America and southern United States, and found throughout the eastern half of the U.S. and west into Arizona. It also has been introduced to Hawaii as a common roadside weed.

Prostrate Knotweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Arenastrum

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

Prostrate Spurge

Latin Name: Chamaesyce Humistrata

Native of the United States, and widely spread across the continent and south into South America

Puncture Vine

Latin Name: Tribulus Terrestris

Native to the Mediterranean area and southern Europe. Now scattered over much of the U.S.

Purple Loosestrife

Latin Name: Lythrum Salicaria

Native to Europe, but introduced as an ornamental plant to North America, where it now occurs in nearly every state in the U.S. with the exception of the arid Southwest and the extreme Southeast. It also occurs throughout most of Canada.

Rabbitfoot Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Arvense

A native of Europe, but introduced to North America where it now occurs throughout the eastern half of the United States, all of southern Canada, and in the western U.S. along the Pacific Coast and in the states bordering Canada. It also occurs in Hawaii.

Red Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Pratense

Native to Eurasia, but introduced as a pasture plant which has escaped cultivation and is now widespread in the United States.

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.

Shepherd's Purse

Latin Name: Capsella Bursa-pastoris

Native to Eurasia, but now found throughout North America as far north as Alaska.

Silversheath Knotweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Argyrocoleon

Native to southwest Asia

Spanish Clover

Latin Name: Lotus Purshianus

Native to the western United States, and widely distributed from southern Canada south into Mexico in the west.

Sticky Chickweed

Latin Name: Cerastium Glomeratum

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

Subterranean Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Subterraneum

Native to Europe and introduced to the United States, where it now is found along the Pacific Coast, and from Louisiana along the Gulf States to Florida and sporadically north along the Atlantic Coast.

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.

Velvetleaf

Latin Name: Abutilon Theophrasti

Native to southern Asia, but introduced to the United States as an ornamental plant and now found throughout the U.S., southern Canada, and into Latin America as an escape from cultivation.

White Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Repens

Native to Europe, but introduced as an ornamental and forage plant, and now found commonly throughout North America. It is a weed in turf grasses and landscape, as well as in many crop settings. It tolerates close mowing and becomes a problem by outcompeting the turf.

Wild Buckwheat

Latin Name: Polygonum Convolvulus

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

Wild Carrot

Latin Name: Daucus Carota

Native to Europe and introduced as a garden plant. It escaped cultivation and is now a common and problem weed throughout North America.

Wild Mustard

Latin Name: Brassica Kaber

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

Wild Radish

Latin Name: Raphanus Sativus

Native to Europe, and now widespread in North America. The garden variety of radish is a cultivated form of wild radish. R. sativus is white-flowered, while R. raphanistrum is yellow-flowered.

Yellow Woodsorrel

Latin Name: Oxalis Stricta

Native to Europe but distributed throughout the world.

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