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American Burnweed

Latin Name: Erechtites Hieraciifolia

Native to North America and found in all states east of the Rocky Mountains, as well as along the Pacific Coast states. It also is found in Hawaii, eastern Canada, the West Indies, and in Mexico through Central America.

Anderson's Thistle

Latin Name: Cirsium Andersonii

A native thistle in the Pacific states, occurring in California, Nevada, and Oregon.

Annual Bursage

Latin Name: Franseria Acanthicarpa

Native to western North America, and occurring from Texas north into Canada and all states west of this.

Annual Sowthistle

Latin Name: Sonchus Oleraceus

Native to Europe and found commonly throughout North America.

Artichoke Thistle

Latin Name: Cynara Cardunculus

A native of the Mediterranean region this thistle was introduced to the United States as an ornamental and food crop, but its rapid spread and invasive habit have made it a serious rangeland weed in California. It also is found in other countries, such as Australia, as a noxious weed of pastures. The dried flower heads, called “cardoons”, are large and showy, and are prized in arrangements of flowers.

Asiatic Hawksbeard

Latin Name: Youngia Japonica

Native to Southeast Asia, but firmly established as a common weed in the southeast United States and Hawaii. It can be found from Pennsylvania south to Florida and west to Texas.

Biennial Wormwood

Latin Name: Artemisia Biennis

Native to the western United States and found commonly from Colorado to the west coast and north into Canada.

Blackeyed Susan

Latin Name: Rudbeckia Hirta

A native plant in North America, and found throughout the United States and much of Canada. A number of varieties exist and this is a common ornamental plant in gardens.

Blackroot

Latin Name: Pterocaulon Virgatum

A native plant, found in the United States from North Carolina south to Florida, and along the Gulf Coast to Texas. It also is found in the West Indies.

Blessed Milk-thistle

Latin Name: Silybum Marianum

Native to the Mediterranean region, and naturalized in the western United States.

Blue Mistflower

Latin Name: Conoclinium Coelestinum

Native to the eastern United States, and found throughout the eastern half of the U.S. except for the extreme northern states.

Bristly Hawksbeard

Latin Name: Crepis Setosa

Native to the Mediterranean region and introduced from Europe. Now an occasional weed in the western United States, sometimes common in turf or waste areas.

Bristly Oxtongue

Latin Name: Picris Echioides

Introduced from the Mediterranean region, and now a widespread problem weed in northern California, where it can be found in turf, landscape, roadsides and vacant lots.

Broom Groundsel

Latin Name: Senecio Spartioides

Native to the western United States.

Broom Snakeweed

Latin Name: Gutierrezia Sarothrae

Native to western North America, and found in every state from Minnesota and Texas west to the Pacific coast, with isolated populations in a few eastern seaboard states.

Bull Thistle

Latin Name: Cirsium Vulgare

Native to Europe and Asia, but now widespread throughout the United States and southern Canada.

Bushy Aster

Latin Name: Aster Dumosus

Native to North America, and found throughout the entire eastern half of the United States, west to Texas.

California Mugwort

Latin Name: Artemisia Douglasiana

Native to the western United States, and found from southern California to Washington and east to Idaho and Nevada.

Camphorweed

Latin Name: Heterotheca Subaxillaris

Native to North America, and found widely from the east coast along the southern 2/3 of the United States to California, and south into Mexico.

Canada Goldenrod

Latin Name: Solidago Canadensis

Native to North America, and found throughout the U.S., Canada, and north to Alaska. It has been introduced to Hawaii.

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.

Chicken Weed

Latin Name: Pectis Prostrata

A native weed, found in the United States in Florida and Texas to Arizona, as well as in Mexico and Puerto Rico.

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.

Climbing Hempvine

Latin Name: Mikania Scandens

A native plant in North America, found in the United States throughout most of the eastern half of the country, and south into Mexico. It has become a serious pest problem on many Pacific Islands due to its rapid growth and smothering habit. It is listed in Hawaii as a Noxious Weed. It is often used as a cover crop, livestock feed, or ornamental plant, encouraging its spread to new regions.

Coast Tarweed

Latin Name: Madia Sativa

Introduced from South America, and now distributed along the west coast from Washington to California.

Coat Buttons

Latin Name: Tridax Procumbens

Native to Latin America, but introduced to and common in Florida, as well as Hawaii and the West Indies. It also has found its way to the tropical regions of most other continents and Pacific Islands.

Common Boneset

Latin Name: Eupatorium Perfoliatum

Native to North America, and found throughout the eastern half of the continent.

Common Brass Buttons

Latin Name: Cotula Coronopifolia

Native to South Africa but introduced as an ornamental plant to North America, where it now occurs from northern Mexico and Arizona north to Alaska.

Common Burdock

Latin Name: Arctium Minus

Native to Europe, but found throughout the United States and Canada, and listed as a “Noxious Weed” in several states.

Common Catsear

Latin Name: Hypochaeris Radicata

A native of Europe, this weed is now found throughout much of the U.S. and southern Canada.

Common Cocklebur

Latin Name: Xanthium Strumarium

Native to North America and found throughout the United States, as well as many other temperate areas of the world. It is particularly common in the southern states and into Mexico.

Common Greeneyes

Latin Name: Berlandiera Subacaulis

Native to Florida, and found only in that state.

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 Madia

Latin Name: Madia Elegans

Native to the western United States and found from Oregon south through much of California.

Common Ragweed

Latin Name: Ambrosia artemisiifolia

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

Common Sagewort

Latin Name: Artemisia Campestris

Native to the west coast of the United States from Oregon south to central California.

Common Salsify

Latin Name: Tragopogon Porrifolius

Native to Europe, but introduced to North America as an ornamental plant. It now can be found throughout the entire United States except for a few southeast states and extreme northern states. It is also introduced to Hawaii and is in Canada and south into Mexico.

Common Sunflower

Latin Name: Helianthus Annuus

A native of North America and common throughout the United States.

Common Tansy

Latin Name: Tanacetum Vulgare

Native to Europe, but introduced to the United States as an ornamental plant as well as for its uses as a medicinal herb. It is found throughout much of North America and occurs along roadsides, in empty lots, stream or ditch banks and pastures.

Common Yarrow

Latin Name: Achillea Millefolium

Native to Eurasia, but naturalized in the United States and common and widespread throughout North America.

Corn Flower

Latin Name: Centaurea Cyanus

Native to the Mediterranean, but introduced around the world as a garden plant and now present worldwide. It is present throughout the U.S. and in Hawaii.

Coyote Bush

Latin Name: Baccharis Pilularis

Native to the western United States, and common in California and Oregon, present in New Mexico.

Crockeria

Latin Name: Crockeria Chrysantha

Native to California, and found throughout the Central Valley in low-lying areas.

Cupid's Shaving Brush

Latin Name: Emilia Fosbergii

Native to the Old World tropics, but now found throughout the tropical regions of the world. In the United States it can be found commonly in Florida, Hawaii, Texas and Louisiana. It also is found through Mexico into South America and in the West Indies.

Curlycup Gumweed

Latin Name: Grindelia Squarrosa

Native to the Great Plains of the United States, and commonly found across the western U.S.

Dandelion

Latin Name: Taraxacum Officinale

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

Desert Marigold

Latin Name: Baileya multiradiata

Native to the southwest states in the U.S. and in northern Mexico. Considered a desirable wildflower, although it may be found invading landscaped areas or growing in large plants along roadsides.

Devil's Beggarticks

Latin Name: Bidens Frondosa

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

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.

English Daisy

Latin Name: Bellis Perennis

Introduced from Europe as a garden ornamental, and now escaped to become a common weed in home and recreational turf.

Facelis

Latin Name: Facelis Retusa

Native to South America, but introduced to the United States, where it occurs from Virginia south to Florida and west to Texas and Oklahoma.

Gaillardia

Latin Name: Gaillardia Pulchella

A number of species of Gaillardia are native plants in North America, occurring throughout the Unites States and into southern Canada, south into Mexico. Gaillardia pulchella is an introduced weed species in Hawaii, and is a native plant in the southwest U.S.

Giant Ragweed

Latin Name: Ambrosia Trifida

Native to North America, and found in nearly every state except Alaska and Nevada, into Canada and south into Mexico.

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.

Hairy Beggarticks

Latin Name: Bidens Alba

A native of North America, but now widely spread throughout many parts of the world. In the United States it occurs in Florida and surrounding states, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Hawaii, and possibly along the west coast. It also occurs throughout Latin America.

Hairy Fleabane

Latin Name: Conyza Bonariensis

Native to the American tropics of South America, and now found widely across the United States. It is common in the western states but also found along the Atlantic Coast.

Horseweed

Latin Name: Conyza Canadensis

Native to North America and widely distributed throughout the continent.

Iberian Starthistle

Latin Name: Centaurea Iberica

Native to Asia, but introduced to the western United States from Europe, where it now is found along the Pacific Coast states as well as Wyoming and Nebraska.

Italian Thistle

Latin Name: Carduus Pycnocephalus

Native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean area, and now widely found in the western United States.

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.

Mayweed Chamomile

Latin Name: Anthemis Cotula

A native of Europe and now common throughout North America, where it is a weed problem in nurseries and landscape, as well as in pastures due to its irritating properties to livestock that graze it.

Meadow Knapweed

Latin Name: Centaurea Debeauxii

Native to Europe, but now spread widely throughout the Pacific Northwest and in localized areas of the Northeast U. S.

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.

Nuttall's Thistle

Latin Name: Cirsium Nuttallii

Native to the southeastern United States, where it is found from Virginia south to Florida, and west to Louisiana.

Orange Hawkweed

Latin Name: Hieracium Aurantiacum

Native to Europe, but introduced to North America, where it now can be found throughout the northern half of the United States and southern Canada, and south into California, Arkansas, and Florida.

Oxeye Daisy

Latin Name: Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum

A native of Europe that was introduced as an ornamental plant, this has escaped cultivation and now is found in meadows, roadsides, and empty lots, as well as turf and landscape.

Perennial Sowthistle

Latin Name: Sonchus Arvensis

Native to Europe and Asia, this weed is now found coast to coast in the northern United States and southern Canada.

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.

Platte Thistle

Latin Name: Cirsium Canescens

Native to North America, and distributed from New Mexico north to Idaho, and east to Wisconsin and Ohio. Generally a plant of the north central states.

Prickly Lettuce

Latin Name: Lactuca Serriola

Native to Europe, but now naturalized and found throughout most of North America.

Purple Aster

Latin Name: Machaeranthera Canescens

Native to the western United States, and widely distributed from Arizona to Utah and along the west coast into southern Canada.

Purple Cudweed

Latin Name: Gnaphalium Purpureum

Found from South America to North America, where it is found throughout the United States.

Purple Starthistle

Latin Name: Centaurea Calcitrapa

Native to Europe but introduced to the United States, where it now can be found in the western U.S. from Washington to California and east to New Mexico, as well as in scattered Midwest and Atlantic Coast states and in Mississippi.

Rabbit's Paw

Latin Name: Thelechitonia Trilobata

Native to tropical America, and found in Latin America, but used as an ornamental groundcover and sold throughout the warmer areas of the United States as well as in Hawaii.

Rough Fleabane

Latin Name: Erigeron Strigosus

Native to North America, and found throughout southern Canada and all states of the U.S. except for some of the dry Southwest states.

Rush Skeletonweed

Latin Name: Chondrilla Juncea

A native of Eurasia and introduced as an ornamental plant. It spreads rapidly and now infests millions of acres in the western United States.

Russian Knapweed

Latin Name: Acroptilon Repens

A native of Eurasia that was introduced to the United States in the late 1800’s, and now is widely distributed over the western U.S.

Skeletonleaf Bursage

Latin Name: Ambrosia Tomentosa

Native to the Great Plains in the U.S., and found from Wisconsin and Illinois west to Idaho and Arizona.

Slim Aster

Latin Name: Aster Subulatus

A native plant found throughout much of North America.

Southern Fleabane

Latin Name: Erigeron Quercifolius

Native to the southeastern United States and the West Indies, and occurring from Virginia south to Florida and west to Louisiana and Arkansas.

Spanish Needles Beggarticks

Latin Name: Bidens Pilosa

Native to Latin America, but introduced to the United States, where it now is found throughout the southern third of the country from California to Florida, and north to Pennsylvania. It also is found in Hawaii and the West Indies.

Spikeweed

Latin Name: Hemizonia Pungens

Native to the central valley of California, and now spread throughout the southern state as well as into Oregon and Washington.

Spiny Cocklebur

Latin Name: Xanthium Spinosum

Introduced from Europe and now found from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts, as well as in many other parts of the world in warmer climates.

Spiny Sowthistle

Latin Name: Sonchus Asper

Native to Europe and Asia, and now widely distributed throughout North America.

Spotted Joepyeweed

Latin Name: Eupatorium Maculatum

Native to North America, and found throughout the northern half of the United States, south into Arizona and New Mexico, and throughout southern Canada.

Spotted Knapweed

Latin Name: Centaurea maculosa

Accidentally introduced from Europe as a contaminant in crop seeds, and now one of the major weed pests on rangeland in Montana. It is found throughout the northern half of the United States

Sprawling Horseweed

Latin Name: Calyptocarpus Vialis

Native to tropical America and introduced into the United States, where it now can be found from South Carolina and Florida west to New Mexico, in Illinois and in Hawaii.

Sticky Madia

Latin Name: Madia Gracilis

Native to western North America, where it occurs from California north into Canada, and east to Montana and Utah. It also occurs as an introduced species in Maine.

Stinkwort

Latin Name: Dittrichia Graveolens

Native to the western United States.

Sweet Scent

Latin Name: Pluchea Odorata

Native to the eastern United States, but also an introduced exotic species in Hawaii.

Telegraph Plant

Latin Name: Heterotheca Grandiflora

Native to southern California, and found throughout much of this state.

Tropical Whiteweed

Latin Name: Ageratum Conyzoides

Native to tropical North and Latin Americas, and occurring in the United States in Hawaii, California, and the southeastern states from Missouri to Florida. It also occurs sporadically northward along the east coast.

Virgate Tarweed

Latin Name: Holocarpha Virgata

A native plant in California, and extremely common in pastures, disturbed sites, and along roadsides. Also found in Oregon.

Virginia Dwarf Dandelion

Latin Name: Krigia Virginica

Native to eastern North America, and found in nearly every state in the eastern half of the country and into eastern Canada.

Wandering Cudweed

Latin Name: Gnaphalium Pensylvanicum

A native plant in North America, and found in the United States from Pennsylvania south to Florida, and west to Texas. It also occurs in California.

Western Goldenrod

Latin Name: Solidago Occidentalis

Native to the western United States, and present from Nebraska and Texas west to the Pacific Coast and north to southern Canada.

Western Ragweed

Latin Name: Ambrosia Psilostachya

Native to the western United States, and found from Mexico to southern Canada and as far east as Illinois.

Western Salsify

Latin Name: Tragopogon Dubius

Native to Europe, but now found throughout most of the United States, particularly in the western states but increasing in occurrence in the northeast states.

Whiteheath Aster

Latin Name: Aster Pilosus

Native to eastern North America, and found along the east coast and west to Minnesota and Nebraska, as well as in southern Canada.

Willowleaf Lettuce

Latin Name: Lactuca Saligna

Native to Europe, but found in nearly all states from east coast to west coast, and south into Mexico.

Wooly Desert Marigold

Latin Name: Baileya Pleniradiata

Native to the southwest states in the U.S. and in northern Mexico. Considered a desirable wildflower, although it may be found invading landscaped areas or growing in large plants along roadsides.

Wooly Distaff Thistle

Latin Name: Carthamus Lanatus

Native to the Mediterranean area, but now found in several states from Oregon to Texas, and sporadically along the east coast.

Yellow Hawkweed

Latin Name: Hieracium pratense

Native to Europe, but introduced to North America, where it now can be found throughout the northern third of the United States and southern Canada, and south in the eastern U.S. to Georgia.

Yellow Starthistle

Latin Name: Centaurea Solstitialis

Introduced from Europe, and now one of the worst weed problems in rangeland and open areas in the western United States, particularly in California.

Yellow Thistle

Latin Name: Cirsium Horridulum

Native to North America, and found throughout the eastern seaboard states south to Florida, and west to Texas. It also occurs in Nevada.

Yellowspine Thistle

Latin Name: Cirsium Ochrocentrum

Native to western North America, and distributed from Texas and Nebraska to the west coast states.

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