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CARYOPHYLLALES

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Birdseye Pearlwort

Latin Name: Sagina Procumbens

Native to Eurasia, but now found throughout the United States and southern Canada, particularly in the cooler climates.

Boccones Sandspurry

Latin Name: Spergularia Bocconii

Native to Europe and now found widely along the Pacific Coast states.

Boerhavia

Latin Name: Boerhavia Coccinea

Native to the West Indies, but an introduced and seriously invasive weed in other humid, tropical countries. It is present in the United States from Maryland south to Florida, and from Texas to California. It also is in Hawaii as a very common weed along roadsides and in landscape, vacant lots, and disturbed areas.

Bouncing Bet

Latin Name: Saponaria Officinalis

Introduced from Europe as a garden plant, and now found throughout the United States and southern Canada, often as an escape along roadsides or in disturbed lots.

Bracted Saltbush

Latin Name: Atriplex Seranana

A native plant in California and Nevada, especially in saline soils.

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.

California Buckwheat

Latin Name: Eriogonum Fasciculatum

Native to the western United States.

Carpetweed

Latin Name: Mollugo Verticillata

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

Cluster Dock

Latin Name: Rumex Conglomerates

Introduced from Europe, and now found in the United States from Pennsylvania south to Georgia, west to Texas and California and north to Washington. It also has be introduced to Hawaii, and in Australia it is a listed noxious weed.

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 Pokeweed

Latin Name: Phytolacca Americana

Native to the eastern United States, and common in the east, southeast, and southern states, but sporadically occurs to California as well, where it is widely distributed. It is grown as a garden ornamental, but escapes to become an invasive plant in orchards and vineyards, as well as wooded areas.

Common Purslane

Latin Name: Portulaca Oleracea

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

Cone Catchfly

Latin Name: Silene Conoidea

Introduced from Eurasia as an ornamental plant, and now found occasionally along the West Coast in fields, roadsides, and other disturbed habitats.

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.

Desert Rock Purslane

Latin Name: Calandrinia ciliata

Native to western North America, and found along the Pacific Coast into Arizona, and south into northern Mexico.

Desert Trumpet

Latin Name: Eriogonum Inflatum

A native plant found in the southwest states, from California east to Colorado and New Mexico.

Dwarf Pearlwort

Latin Name: Sagina Apetala

Native to Europe and widely distributed in the western United States.

English Catchfly

Latin Name: Silene Gallica

Native to Europe but now widely distributed in the United States.

Fivehook Bassia

Latin Name: Bassia Hyssopifolia

Native to Europe and Asia, now widespread in California.

Four-leaved Polycarp

Latin Name: Polycarpon Tetraphyllum

Introduced into the United States from Europe, and found in Texas, California, Oregon, the southeast states and in Pennsylvania, as well as in Hawaii.

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.

Greasewood

Latin Name: Sarcobatus Vermiculatus

Native to North America, and found throughout the western half of the U.S. and into the prairie provinces in Canada.

Grey Herniaria

Latin Name: Herniaria Hirsuta cinerea

Native to southern Europe, and now found from Arizona through California to Arizona, in Wisconsin and the Northeast.

Horse Purslane

Latin Name: Trianthema Portulacastrum

Native to the United States, where it is found throughout the southern half as well as in Hawaii and the Caribbean.

Jerusalem Oak Goosefoot

Latin Name: Chenopodium Botrys

A native of Europe and Asia, now widespread in the western U.S., infesting croplands and non-croplands.

Khakiweed

Latin Name: Alternanthera Pungens

A native of tropical America, this weed is widely spread in warm climates. It is found as a common roadside and landscape weed in Hawaii, and also occurs in the southwest United States and across the southern states to Florida, and then sporadically north to Pennsylvania.

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.

Ladysthumb

Latin Name: Polygonum Persicaria

Possibly introduced to North America as an ornamental, but so widely spread that it is not known for certain. Now present in all states except Hawaii, and throughout Canada north to Alaska.

Little Starwort

Latin Name: Stellaria Graminea

Native to Europe, but introduced to North America, where it now is found throughout the northern two thirds of the United States and in southern Canada.

Livid Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Lividus

Native to the Mediterranean, but now found throughout the world. In the United States it occurs along the eastern seaboard states from Vermont to Florida and west to Texas. It also is found in Utah and Hawaii, and in southern Canada.

Marcela

Latin Name: Alternanthera Flavescens

A native plant in Florida as well as Latin America and the West Indies.

Marvel Of Peru

Latin Name: Mirabilis Jalapa

A native of tropical Central and South America, but introduced to the United States as a garden ornamental. This is a prolific producer of seeds, and plants easily escape to become invasive in other areas, now being found throughout the eastern half of the U.S., and west in the southern half to California and Hawaii.

Mexicantea

Latin Name: Chenopodium Ambrosioides

Native to Tropical America, now widely distributed in the United States.

Miner's Lettuce

Latin Name: Montia Perfoliata

Native to the western United States and occurring from southern California to British Columbia.

Mojave Pricklypear

Latin Name: Opuntia phaeacantha

Native to the southwest United States and northern Mexico, and found from California east to Texas, Kansas, and South Dakota in arid environments.

Mouse-ear Chickweed

Latin Name: Cerastium Vulgatum

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

Narrow-leaved Iceplant

Latin Name: Conicosia Pugioniformis

Native to South Africa, but imported as an ornamental plant in California, where it can be found along coastal areas in sandy soils. It spreads rapidly to form dense stands on sand dunes or salt marsh habitats.

Netseed Lambsquarters

Latin Name: Chenopodium Berlandieri

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

Nettleleaf Goosefoot

Latin Name: Chenopodium Murale

Native to Europe, but naturalized and now widespread in North America.

Pale Smartweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Lapathifolium

Introduced from Europe.

Palmer Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Palmeri

Native to the western Unites States, where it occurs widely throughout the western half of the country in the milder climates, and south into Mexico.

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.

Perez's Sealavender

Latin Name: Limonium Perezii

Native to the Canary Islands, but introduced to North America as a landscape plant. It is found primarily in California.

Pink Purslane

Latin Name: Portulaca Pilosa

Native to Florida, but found north to New Jersey and as far west as Nevada. May be used as an ornamental groundcover.

Powell Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Powellii

Native to North America, and widespread across the continent, including Mexico.

Prickly pear Cactus

Latin Name: Opuntia

Native to North America. Many varieties that have been exported to other parts of the world and have become troublesome.

Prostrate Knotweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Arenastrum

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

Prostrate Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Blitoides

Native to western North America, but now widespread as a common weed throughout the U.S. with the exception of the extreme northern states.

Red Sandspurry

Latin Name: Spergularia Rubra

Introduced from Europe, and now found throughout the western half of North America to Alaska, and in the northeastern quarter of the U.S. and into eastern Canada.

Red Sorrel

Latin Name: Rumex Acetosella

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

Red Spiderling

Latin Name: Boerhavia Diffusa

Native to southeastern United States, and found sporadically from North Carolina south to Florida, and west to Texas and California. It also is found in Hawaii, the Caribbean, and south through Latin America.

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.

Saltcedar

Latin Name: Tamarix Ramosissima

Native to Eurasia and introduced to the United States as an ornamental plant. Now found widespread in the U.S.

Sargent's Catchfly

Latin Name: Silene Sargentii

A native perennial that is found sporadically in the western U.S., in California and Nevada.

Sea Purslane

Latin Name: Sesuvium Portulacastrum

Native to North America, and found as a desirable plant along coastal sand dunes and beaches, but also with the ability to grow extensively in nearby sandy areas where it may not be wanted. Found in the U.S. from Texas to Florida, north to Massachusetts, and in Hawaii and the Caribbean.

Silversheath Knotweed

Latin Name: Polygonum Argyrocoleon

Native to southwest Asia

Smooth Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Hybridus

Introduced from tropical Latin America, and now widespread in the United States.

Spiny Pigweed

Latin Name: Amaranthus Spinosus

Native to North America, but introduced to Hawaii as well. In the United States it is found in California and throughout the eastern half of the country, north into southern Canada and south through much of Latin America and the West Indies.

Spreading Prickly-pear

Latin Name: Opuntia Humifusa

Native to North America, and found widely throughout the eastern half of the country and into southern Canada and Mexico.

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.

Toothed Dock

Latin Name: Rumex Dentatus

Introduced from its native Europe and Asia, and now found in most western states and in several Midwest states, such as Illinois and Missouri.

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.

White Campion

Latin Name: Silene Alba

Native to Europe, and introduced to North America as a garden plant. It easily escapes cultivation and now is found throughout the United States with the exception of the extreme southern states, and throughout Canada north to Alaska.

Wild Buckwheat

Latin Name: Polygonum Convolvulus

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

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