Field Botany and Taxonomy

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Common nameLatin name
Red maple
Jack in the Pulpit
White oak
Northern red oak
Hay scented fern
Ground cedar
Path rush
Silky dogwood
Staghorn sumac
Privet
Wild apple
New York fern
Soft rush, common rush
Norway maple
Starflower
Fox grape
Alternate leaf dogwood
Rabbitfoot clover
Spicebush
Blackeyed Susan
Purple pitcher plant
Velvet grass
American witchhazel
Indian cucumber root
Scotch pine
Tansy
Pink lady-slippers
Multiflora rose
Glossy buckthorn
Bigtooth aspen
Small cranberry
Common mullein
Autumn olive
Black raspberry
Swamp loosestrife
English plantain, narrowleaf plantain
Lowbush blueberry
Blue toadflax
Deptford pink
Atlantic white cedar
Common nameLatin name
Black huckleberry
Mugwort
Running clubmoss
White clover
Winged euonymous, burning-bush
Black locust
Whorled loosestrife
Ebony spleenwort
Mockernut hickory
Round-leaved sundew
Pigweed, common lambsquarters
White pine
Arrow wood
Black chokeberry
Sweet fern
London plane tree
Common yarrow
Cat greenbriar
Partridgeberry
May apple
American chestnut
Bracted plantain
Norway spruce
Common boneset
Lady fern
Gray birch
Motherwort
Bull briar, green briar
Yellow birch
Blackberry
Eastern cottonwood
Princess pine
Sphagnum moss
Eastern red cedar, juniper
Poison ivy
Blue verbena
Green arrow arum
Sweet gum
Sensitive fern
American elm
Common nameLatin name
Rock polypody
Mapleleaf viburnum
Cow vetch
Reindeer moss
Queen Anne's lace
Highbush blueberry
Asiatic dayflower
Celandine
Horned bladderwort
Eastern daisy fleabane
Sugar maple
Sassafras
Crownvetch
Tree of heaven
Bristly dewberry
Pennsylvania sedge
Cinnamon fern
Bittersweet nightshade
Japanese honeysuckle
Black oak
Lesser periwinkle
Field horsetail
Leatherleaf
Interrupted fern
Timothy
Canada mayflower
Bird's-foot trefoil
False indigo
Spotted wintergreen
Oriental bittersweet
Enchanter's nightshade
Virginia creeper
Musclewood, ironwood, American hornbeam
Japanese knotweed
Hair cap moss
Wild four o'clock
Deertongue
Black gum, tupelo
Boxelder
Morrow's honeysuckle

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