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  • var. quinquefolia Anemone richardsonii Anemone tuberosa Anemone virginiana var. virginiana ... further results
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  • subacaulis, Tradescantia subaspera, Tradescantia tharpii, Tradescantia virginiana, Tradescantia wrightii, Tradescantia zebrina Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 288.
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  • Juniperus osteosperma, Juniperus pinchotii, Juniperus scopulorum, Juniperus virginiana Spach 16: 291. 1841. Robert P. Adams Treatment appears in FNA Volume 2
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  • palustris, Rosa pinetorum, Rosa pisocarpa, Rosa rugosa, Rosa spithamea, Rosa virginiana, Rosa woodsii Walter H. Lewis, Barbara Ertter, Anne Bruneau Synonyms:
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  • stellata, Quercus toumeyi, Quercus turbinella, Quercus vaseyana, Quercus virginiana Linneaus Kevin C. Nixon Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3. Trees or shrubs
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  • pauciflora, Clematis recta, Clematis tangutica, Clematis terniflora, Clematis virginiana, Clematis vitalba Linnaeus James S. Pringle Treatment appears in FNA Volume
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  • Anemone quinquefolia, Anemone richardsonii, Anemone tuberosa, Anemone virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 538. 175. , Gen. Pl. ed. 5, 241. 1754. name conserved
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  • speciesAnemone virginiana Show Lower Taxa Anemone virginiana var. alba, Anemone virginiana var. cylindroidea, Anemone virginiana var. virginiana Linnaeus Sp
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  • mosieri Small Diospyros virginiana var. mosieri (Small) Sargent Diospyros virginiana var. platycarpa Sargent Diospyros virginiana var. pubescens Nuttall
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  • Diospyros virginiana gives some hints of the same kind of variation. None. Diospyros ebenum, Diospyros maritima, Diospyros texana, Diospyros virginiana window
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  • speciesFragaria virginiana Show Lower Taxa Fragaria virginiana subsp. glauca, Fragaria virginiana subsp. grayana, Fragaria virginiana subsp. platypetala
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  • genusFragaria Show Lower Taxa Fragaria chiloensis, Fragaria vesca, Fragaria virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 494. 1753. , Gen. Pl. ed. 5, 218. 1754. Günter Staudt†
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyOrobanchaceae genusEpifagus speciesEpifagus virginiana (Linnaeus) W. P. C. Barton Comp. Fl. Philadelph. 2: 50. 1818. (as virginianus)
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  • neglecta, Gratiola quartermaniae, Gratiola ramosa, Gratiola torreyi, Gratiola virginiana, Gratiola viscidula Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 17. 1753. Craig C. Freeman Common
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  • Pinus strobus, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus taeda, Pinus torreyana, Pinus virginiana, Pinus washoensis Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 1000. ; Gen Pl. ed. 5. 1753; Gen
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  • Sabina speciesJuniperus virginiana Show Lower Taxa Juniperus virginiana var. silicicola, Juniperus virginiana var. virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 1039
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  • Carpinus betulus var. virginiana Marshall Arbust. Amer., 25. 1785 Carpinus virginiana 1893 Synonyms: Carpinus caroliniana var. virginiana (Marshall) Fernald
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  • splendens, Spiraea stevenii, Spiraea thunbergii, Spiraea tomentosa, Spiraea virginiana, Spiraea ×hitchcockii, Spiraea ×pyramidata, Spiraea ×vanhouttei Linnaeus
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  • Anemone virginiana var. virginiana (category Anemone virginiana)
    familyRanunculaceae genusAnemone speciesAnemone virginiana varietyAnemone virginiana var. virginiana Bryan E. Dutton, Carl S. Keener, Bruce A. Ford EndemicIllustrated
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  • Magnolia macrophylla, Magnolia pyramidata, Magnolia tripetala, Magnolia virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 535. 1753. , Gen. Pl. ed. 5 240. 1754. Frederick G
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  • Carpinus virginiana Miller Gard. Dict. ed. 8, Carpinus no. 4. 1768 Synonyms: Ostrya virginiana subsp. lasia (Fernald) E. Murray Ostrya virginiana var. glandulosa Sargent
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  • subhirtella, Prunus texana, Prunus tomentosa, Prunus umbellata, Prunus virginiana, Prunus yedoensis Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 473. 1753. , Gen. Pl. ed. 5, 213
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  • Anemone virginiana var. cylindroidea (category Anemone virginiana)
    LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyRanunculaceae genusAnemone speciesAnemone virginiana varietyAnemone virginiana var. cylindroidea B. Boivin Phytologia 18: 281. 1969. Bryan
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  • Anemone virginiana var. alba (category Anemone virginiana)
    LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyRanunculaceae genusAnemone speciesAnemone virginiana varietyAnemone virginiana var. alba (Oakes) A. W. Wood Class-book Bot. ed. 2(a), 140
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  • Amygdaleae genusPrunus speciesPrunus virginiana Show Lower Taxa Prunus virginiana var. demissa, Prunus virginiana var. virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 473. 1753
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  • referred to as H. virginiana var. macrophylla. On the Ozark Plateau, H. virginiana and H. vernalis are sympatric. There the petals of H. virginiana are often reddish
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  • development of Hamamelis virginiana. Bot. Gaz. 39: 248-266. Steven, D. 1983. Floral ecology of witch-hazel (Hamamelis virginiana). Michigan Bot. 22(4): 163-171
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  • cornuta Carpinus caroliniana subsp. virginiana Casuarina cunninghamiana subsp. cunninghamiana Ostrya virginiana John Myers John Myers John Myers John
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyOrobanchaceae genusEpifagus Show Lower Taxa Epifagus virginiana Nuttall Gen. N. Amer. Pl. 2: 60. 1818. name conserved L. Turner Collins
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  • oils. Biochem. Syst. & Ecol. 11: 85--89. Fassett, N. C. 1945. Juniperus virginiana, J. horizontalis, and J. scopulorum. V. Taxonomic treatment. Bull. Torrey
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  • Taxa Carpinus caroliniana subsp. caroliniana, Carpinus caroliniana subsp. virginiana Walter Fl. Carol., 236. 1788. John J. Furlow IllustratedEndemic Synonyms:
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  • genusOstrya Show Lower Taxa Ostrya chisosensis, Ostrya knowltonii, Ostrya virginiana Scopoli Fl. Carniol., 414. 1760, name conserved. John J. Furlow Common
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  • Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae Boschniakia rossica Conopholis alpina Epifagus virginiana John Myers John Myers John Myers Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyCommelinaceae genusTradescantia speciesTradescantia virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 288. 1753. Robert B. Faden Common names: &Eacute phémère
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  • cornuta Carpinus caroliniana subsp. virginiana Casuarina cunninghamiana subsp. cunninghamiana Ostrya virginiana John Myers John Myers John Myers John
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  • emoryi (Dewey) L. H. Bailey Carex variabilis var. elatior L. H. Bailey Carex virginiana var. elongata Boeckeler Treatment appears in FNA Volume 23. Mentioned
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  • 16: 163. 1899. Robert B. Faden IllustratedEndemic Basionym: Tradescantia virginiana var. occidentalis Britton in N. L. Britton and A. Brown, Ill. Fl. N. U
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  • fern common grapefern botryche de virginie Illustrated Basionym: Osmunda virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 1064. 1753 Treatment appears in FNA Volume 2. Illustrator:
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  • Bumelia lycioides var. ellipsoidalis R. B. Clark Bumelia lycioides var. virginiana Fernald Bumelia smallii Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on
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  • Juniperus virginiana var. virginiana (category Juniperus virginiana)
    genusJuniperus sectionJuniperus sect. Sabina speciesJuniperus virginiana varietyJuniperus virginiana var. virginiana Robert P. Adams Common names: Eastern redcedar-ouge
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  • Fragaria virginiana subsp. virginiana (category Fragaria virginiana)
    speciesFragaria virginiana subspeciesFragaria virginiana subsp. virginiana Günter Staudt† Synonyms: Fragaria australis (Rydberg) Rydberg F. virginiana var. australis Rydberg
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  • given in the key usually allow easy separation of Prunus serotina from P. virginiana; some specimens from Arizona and southern Utah are difficult to determine
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  • anatomy of Medeola virginiana L. (Liliaceae-Parideae = Trilliaceae) and tribal note. Ann. Carnegie Mus. 47: 13–28. Medeola virginiana window.properties
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  • Fragaria virginiana subsp. glauca (category Fragaria virginiana)
    tribeRosaceae tribe Potentilleae genusFragaria speciesFragaria virginiana subspeciesFragaria virginiana subsp. glauca (S. Watson) Staudt Canad. J. Bot. 40: 881
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  • Fragaria virginiana subsp. platypetala (category Fragaria virginiana)
    tribeRosaceae tribe Potentilleae genusFragaria speciesFragaria virginiana subspeciesFragaria virginiana subsp. platypetala (Rydberg) Staudt Canad. J. Bot. 40:
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  • Fragaria virginiana subsp. grayana (category Fragaria virginiana)
    tribeRosaceae tribe Potentilleae genusFragaria speciesFragaria virginiana subspeciesFragaria virginiana subsp. grayana (E. Vilmorin ex J. Gay) Staudt Canad. J
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  • Juniperus virginiana var. silicicola (category Juniperus virginiana)
    genusJuniperus sectionJuniperus sect. Sabina speciesJuniperus virginiana varietyJuniperus virginiana var. silicicola (Small) E. Murray Kalmia 13: 8. 1983. Robert
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  • Habitat: Hammocks and open forests, primarily on stems and bases of Quercus virginiana and Sabal palmetto, and rotted logs, occasionally terrestrial on soil
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  • pumila Nuttall Magnolia virginiana subsp. australis (Sargent) E. Murray Magnolia virginiana var. australis Sargent Magnolia virginiana var. glauca Linnaeus
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  • Commelinaceae Tradescantia gigantea Tradescantia ozarkana Tradescantia virginiana Tradescantia ohiensis Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn
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  • familyRanunculaceae genusClematis subgenusClematis subg. Clematis speciesClematis virginiana Linnaeus Cent. Pl. I, 15. 1755. James S. Pringle Common names: Virgin's-bower clématite
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  • D. W. 1991. Spiraea virginiana Britton: I. Delineation and distribution. Castanea 56: 287–296. Ogle, D. W. 1991b. Spiraea virginiana Britton: II. Ecology
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  • genusPersicaria sectionPersicaria sect. Tovara Show Lower Taxa Persicaria virginiana (Adanson) H. Gross Bull. Acad. Int. Géogr. Bot. 4: 27. 1913. Harold R
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  • or water. The achenes are forcibly tossed from the plant in Persicaria virginiana, and persistent, hooked styles aid in their transport by animals. In Coccoloba
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  • Chrysophyllum oliviforme subsp. oliviforme Diospyros Diospyros texana Diospyros virginiana Bonellia Bonellia macrocarpa Bonellia macrocarpa subsp. macrocarpa Yevonn
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  • Chrysophyllum oliviforme subsp. oliviforme Diospyros Diospyros texana Diospyros virginiana Bonellia Bonellia macrocarpa Bonellia macrocarpa subsp. macrocarpa Yevonn
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  • fusiformis from Q. virginiana is reflected in a variety of taxonomic treatments, including reducing Q. fusiformis to varietal rank under Q. virginiana. The latter
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  • Prunus virginiana var. virginiana (category Prunus virginiana)
    tribeRosaceae tribe Amygdaleae genusPrunus speciesPrunus virginiana varietyPrunus virginiana var. virginiana Joseph R. Rohrer Endemic Synonyms: Padus nana (DuRoi)
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  • Prunus virginiana var. demissa (category Prunus virginiana)
    P. virginiana subsp. demissa (Nuttall) Roy L. Taylor & MacBryde P. virginiana subsp. melanocarpa (A. Nelson) Roy L. Taylor & MacBryde P. virginiana var
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyPlantaginaceae genusGratiola speciesGratiola virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 17; 2: 1200. 1753. Craig C. Freeman Common names:
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyLiliaceae genusMedeola speciesMedeola virginiana Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 339. 1753. Frederick H. Utech IllustratedEndemic Treatment
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  • Polygonoideae genusPersicaria sectionPersicaria sect. Tovara speciesPersicaria virginiana (Linnaeus) Gaertner Fruct. Sem. Pl. 2: 180. 1790. Harold R. Hinds†, Craig
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  • The Houma used Quercus virginiana medicinally for healing dysentery (D. E. Moerman 1986). Putative hybrids between Quercus virginiana and Q. minima are known
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  • margins of freshwater wetlands, beaver ponds, mixed loblolly pine, Magnolia virginiana-Rhus vernix-swamps, black gum swamps Elevation: 0–2000 m Generated Map
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familyPinaceae genusPinus speciesPinus virginiana Miller Gard. Dict., ed. 8 Pinus no. 9. 1768. Robert Kral Common names: Virginia
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  • Hamamelidaceae Liquidambar styraciflua Fothergilla gardenii Hamamelis virginiana Fothergilla major John Myers John Myers John Myers John Myers
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  • and Virginia. Rosa virginiana Miller was conserved over R. virginiana Herrmann in 2011 (W. H. Lewis 2008b). Shrubs of Rosa virginiana form thickets and
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  • fruits also are used in dying. The heartwood turns dark sooner than in D. virginiana; the small size of the stems limits its use. None. None. window.prope
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  • IllustratedEndemic Synonyms: Carex bayardii Fernald Carex crus-corvi var. virginiana Fernald Treatment appears in FNA Volume 23. Treatment on page 275. Mentioned
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  • Frederick G. Meyer Common names: Umbrella-tree Endemic Basionym: Magnolia virginiana var. (d) Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 536. 1753 Synonyms: Kobus tripetala (Linnaeus)
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  • Woodson Jr. 1935) was based on a depauperate specimen of Tradescantia virginiana (E. Anderson 1954); the internodes on an unnumbered specimen collected
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  • Magnolia foetida (Linnaeus) Sargent Magnolia lacunosa Rafinesque Magnolia virginiana var. foetida Linnaeus Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3. Trees, evergreen
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  • Hamamelis vernalis, C. S. Sargent erroneously figured the flowers of H. virginiana (plate 156) and failed to mention either the fragrance or the distinctive
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  • padus versus glabrous in P. virginiana. As noted by E. G. Voss (1972–1996, vol. 2), many of the specimens of P. virginiana have a pubescent hypanthium
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  • borealis Lunell Lacinaria scariosa var. virginiana (Lunell) Gaiser Liatris borealis Liatris scariosa var. virginiana Treatment appears in FNA Volume 21. Treatment
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  • cornuta Carpinus caroliniana subsp. virginiana Casuarina cunninghamiana subsp. cunninghamiana Ostrya virginiana John Myers John Myers John Myers John
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  • Frederick G. Meyer Common names: Cucumber-tree Endemic Basionym: Magnolia virginiana var. (e) Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 1: 536. 1753 Synonyms: Kobus acuminata (Linnaeus)
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  • cornuta Carpinus caroliniana subsp. virginiana Casuarina cunninghamiana subsp. cunninghamiana Ostrya virginiana John Myers John Myers John Myers John
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  • resembling those of Clematis Vitalba of Europe and…those of our own Clematis Virginiana. But the most striking thing about the plant is its horrid odor, the flowers
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  • n Mexico. Juniperus scopulorum hybridizes with its eastern relative J. virginiana in zones of contact in the Missouri River basin (C. W. Comer et al. 1982)
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  • Chrysophyllum oliviforme subsp. oliviforme Diospyros Diospyros texana Diospyros virginiana Bonellia Bonellia macrocarpa Bonellia macrocarpa subsp. macrocarpa Yevonn
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  • than Q. virginiana in any given geographic area. At the northern extreme of the range of Q. geminata, apparent intermediates with Q. virginiana are more
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  • Basionym: Quercus virginiana var. minima Sargent Silva 8: 101. 1895 Synonyms: Quercus virens var. dentata Chapman Quercus virginiana var. dentata (Chapman)
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  • near or intermixed with R. virginiana. Putative hybrids between R. nitida (2x) and both R. palustris (2x) and R. virginiana (4x) are reported from Nova
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  • Hamamelidaceae Liquidambar styraciflua Fothergilla gardenii Hamamelis virginiana Fothergilla major John Myers John Myers John Myers John Myers
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  • Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae Boschniakia rossica Conopholis alpina Epifagus virginiana John Myers John Myers John Myers Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae
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  • Commelinaceae Tradescantia gigantea Tradescantia ozarkana Tradescantia virginiana Tradescantia ohiensis Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn Wilson-Ramsey Yevonn
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  • Chrysophyllum oliviforme subsp. oliviforme Diospyros Diospyros texana Diospyros virginiana Bonellia Bonellia macrocarpa Bonellia macrocarpa subsp. macrocarpa Yevonn
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  • from incense-cedar (Calocedrus decurrens) and eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana), which is also used for lining cedar chests. Wood from species of Thuja
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  • Chrysophyllum oliviforme subsp. oliviforme Diospyros Diospyros texana Diospyros virginiana Bonellia Bonellia macrocarpa Bonellia macrocarpa subsp. macrocarpa Yevonn
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  • Chrysophyllum oliviforme subsp. oliviforme Diospyros Diospyros texana Diospyros virginiana Bonellia Bonellia macrocarpa Bonellia macrocarpa subsp. macrocarpa Yevonn
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  • Aureolaria grandiflora, typically a parasite of oaks, parasitizing Juniperus virginiana in addition to oak species. F. W. Pennell (1935) recognized four infraspecific
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  • has been misapplied to this species. Reports of hybridization with J. virginiana and J. pinchotii have been refuted using numerous chemical and morphologic
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  • to Florida, where it is rare, occurring primarily on live oaks (Quercus virginiana Miller). The species is highly variable. Juvenile plants, less than 2
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  • Juniperus horizontalis, a prostrate species, hybridizes with the trees J. virginiana and J. scopulorum (R. P. Adams 1983; N. C. Fassett 1945; M. Palma-Otal
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  • South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia; and T. ohiensis × T. virginiana, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina
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  • northward in the Mississippi Embayment. It differs from C. caroliniana subsp. virginiana in its smaller, more ovate, more acute-tipped leaves that have finer secondary
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  • Tradescantia ernestiana is sympatric with, and easily confused with, T. virginiana in northern Alabama and perhaps northern Georgia [reported from Georgia
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  • western Missouri, and R. ×novae-angliae W. H. Lewis (R. carolina × R. virginiana) of New England, infrequently south to the District of Columbia, nearby
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  • and R. E. Woodson Jr. (1935). The difficulties in separating it from T. virginiana have been mentioned under that species. A specimen from Beaufort County
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  • Notes on Tradescantia IV (Commelinaceae): The distinction between T. virginiana and T. hirsutiflora. Phytologia 46: 409--416. Martin, W. C. and C. R.
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  • Sinclair 1967) is not considered credible. The hybrid T. hirsuticaulis × T. virginiana was reported from Alabama (E. Anderson and R. E. Woodson Jr. 1935). None
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  • Tennessee Exotic Pest Plant Council (2009); it is noted as a threat to S. virginiana through competition in the riparian zone (D. W. Ogle 1992). One cultivar
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  • Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae Boschniakia rossica Conopholis alpina Epifagus virginiana John Myers John Myers John Myers Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae Orobanchaceae
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  • allied with Ostrya in mountainous western Mexico than with the eastern O. virginiana. None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"genus","name":"Ostrya"
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  • deciduous, often littoral forests, and is frequently co-dominant with Ostrya virginiana. It sometimes forms intermediates with S. nitida (Deyl 1980). It is now
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  • Taxodium distichum (Linnaeus) Richard, Nyssa biflora Walter, Magnolia virginiana Linnaeus, Persea sp., and Ilex sp. Of good form when protected from fire
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  • upland soils, where it now occurs intermixed with P. echinata and P. virginiana. In the Southeast P. taeda is commonly used in plantation forestry, along
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  • middle Atlantic region, Juniperus virginiana is prominent, and in the southeast, Pinus echinata, P. taeda, and P. virginiana are widespread in old fields.
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  • America to the world's alcoholic beverages. A beer from persimmon (Diospyros virginiana) was reportedly made by Indians in the East (U.P. Hedrick 1950). The early
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