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The Vascular Flora of an Ozark Plateau Site, Ottawa County, Oklahoma
Bruce W. Hoagland and Amy K. Buthod

Southeastern Naturalist, Volume 7, Number 4 (2008): 581–594

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2008 SOUTHEASTERN NATURALIST 7(4):581–594 The Vascular Flora of an Ozark Plateau Site, Ottawa County, Oklahoma Bruce W. Hoagland1,* and Amy K. Buthod2 Abstract - This paper reports the results of an inventory of the vascular plants from an Ozark Plateau Site in Ottawa County, northeastern Oklahoma. A total of 318 taxa in 219 genera and 81 families were collected. The families with the greatest number of species were the Asteraceae (with 37 taxa), Poaceae (36), and Fabaceae (31). Ninety-one species were annuals, three were biennials, and 224 were perennials. Fifty-eight species of woody plants were present. Thirty-three non-native species, representing 10.4% of the fl ora, were collected. Three species tracked by the Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory were found. Introduction The Ozark Plateau of Oklahoma possesses habitats and fl oristic elements unique within the state and has long been the subject of study. Active collecting in the region began in 1909 when Robert Bebb, namesake of the University of Oklahoma Herbarium (OKL), collected a specimen of Solanum rostratum Dunal (Buffalobur). A comprehensive survey of the Ozark fl ora was later conducted by Charles S. Wallis. From 1940 to 1969, Wallis collected 14,048 specimens representing 1674 taxa (Hoagland et al. 2006). Wallis’ work is summarized in several publications (Wallis 1953, 1957, 1959; Wallis and Waterfall 1953; Waterfall and Wallis 1962, 1963). Southern Ottawa County is located on the northwestern edge of the Oklahoma Ozarks. At present, 2744 specimens, representing 966 taxa, have been collected from the county (Hoagland et al. 2006). The first collections in Ottawa County were made by G.W. Stevens in August 1913. Over a four-day period, Stevens collected 478 specimens representing 290 taxa. There is a 16-year gap in collection activity in the county that ended when Elbert Little collected Antennaria neglecta Greene (Field Pussytoes), Draba brachycarpa Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray (Short-pod Whitlowgrass), Sibara virginica (L.) Rollins (Virginia Winged Rockcress), and Stellaria media (L.) Vill. (Common Chickweed) in 1929. Little returned to Ottawa County in 1986 and collected an additional 140 specimens, representing 56 taxa. Wallis collected 1565 specimens from Ottawa County, representing 627 taxa (Hoagland et al. 2006). The objective of this study was to conduct an intensive inventory of a specific locale to enhance our knowledge of the fl ora of the Ozark Plateau. Although much research has been conducted in the region, collections from 1Oklahoma Biological Survey and Department of Geography, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019. 2Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019. *Corresponding author - bhoagland@ou.edu. 582 Southeastern Naturalist Vol. 7, No. 4 Ottawa County are dated, and contemporary information is required for research and conservation purposes. Study Area The study site (abbreviated as OTT) was located in Ottawa County (94.7155ºW–94.7327ºW, 36.6826ºN–36.6957ºN), OK (Fig. 1). The climate is Subtropical Humid (Trewartha 1968). Summers are warm (mean July temperature = 21.1 oC) and humid, and winters are relatively short and mild (mean January temperature = 8.3 oC). Mean annual precipitation is 114 cm (Oklahoma Climatological Survey 2006). The study area is located on the Ozark Plateau (Hunt 1974), a region of deeply dissected terrain (Curtis and Ham 1979). Elevation ranges from 363 m to 227 m. The geology is predominantly Mississippian limestone and chert (Branson and Johnson 1979). The Boone Formation predominates the surface geology at OTT, with a limited extent of Quaternary alluvium along the small streams at the site. The Boone Formation is described by Reed et al. (1955) as Mississippian white chert atop light gray limestone of the same age. The limestone component is oolitic, sandy, shaly, and crystalline, and the chert is noticeably fossiliferous. The Bodine soils series predominate at the site (Newland et al. 1964). This series is described as a stony silt loam soils, formed from cherty limestone, on nearly level to steep upland soils. The surface organic-mineral Figure 1. Location of the Ottawa County study site, Ozark Plateau, OK. 2008 B.W. Hoagland and A.K. Buthod 583 layer is thin, with scattered to complete coverage of chert, ranging in size from small pebles to stones 15 cm in diameter. The site is located on the east-shore of Grand Lake of the Cherokees, an 18,817.88-h impoundment that spans three Oklahoma counties (Oklahoma Water Resources Board 1990). Two unnamed, second-order streams fl ow through OTT into Grand Lake of the Cherokees. Duck and Fletcher (1943) mapped the vegetation of the areas as oak-hickory forest, but Pinus echinata Mill. (Shortleaf Pine) is a co-dominant. These forests are predominantly second growth, although no data is available regarding past forest clearing and land-use practices. The OTT is a currently a youth recreational facility, with recreation-related disturbance limited to its central portion. Methods Five locations within the study area were visited during every field trip, and specimens were intensively collected. Sites were chosen to represent a range of habitat types (i.e., wetlands, dry forest, disturbed areas, etc.) in order to maximize the number of species encountered during a visit. Collections were also made randomly throughout the site. Collecting began in March 2003 and continued through September 2004. The predominant vegetation association at these sites was classified according to Hoagland (2000). Vouchers for non-native species were made from naturalized populations only, thus excluding cultivated and ornamental plants. Specimens were processed at the Robert Bebb Herbarium of the University of Oklahoma (OKL) following standard procedures. Manuals used for specimen identification included Waterfall (1973) and Yatsievych (1999). Origin, either native or introduced, was determined using USDA-NRCS (2006). Nomenclature follows the United States Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS 2006). Voucher specimens were deposited at the Robert Bebb Herbarium (OKL) at the University of Oklahoma. The final species list was compared with the rare plants species tracking list of the Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory and species conservation rank reported (ONHI 2006). Species are ranked by degree of imperilment at the state (S) and global (G) levels on a scale of 1–5; 1 represents a species that is imperiled and 5 indicates one that is secure (Groves et al. 1995). Results and Discussion The annotated list is based solely upon the voucher specimens collected during this study (Appendix 1). All species encountered were collected. The vast majority of specimens were collected when in fl ower or fruit, although some woody plant specimens were sterile. A total of 318 taxa of vascular plants in 81 families and 219 genera were collected (Table 1). There were two infraspecific taxa of Brickellia eupatorioides (L.) Shinners (False Boneset). Among the angiosperms, 58 were monocots and 250 were dicots. There were eight ferns and two gymnosperms. The Asteraceae (37), Poaceae (36), 584 Southeastern Naturalist Vol. 7, No. 4 and Fabaceae (31) had the greatest number of species. The genera Quercus and Plantago had the greatest number of species, with seven each. Ninetyone species were annuals, three were biennials, and 224 were perennials. Fifty-eight woody plant species were collected. Thirty-nine species were collected that had not been previously reported from Ottawa County (Hoagland et al. 2006). Eight of these species were non-native to North America. Cladrastis kentukea (Dum. Cours.) Rudd (Yellowwood) is known from ten northeast Oklahoma counties, but had not been previously report from Ottawa County. It is tracked by the ONHI (2006) and has a conservation rank of G4 S2S3. Numerous saplings and small trees were scattered along a limestone bluff and adjacent chert slopes. The largest individual measured approximately 40 cm in diameter. Dicentra cucullaria (L.) Bernh. (Dutchman’s Breeches) is another species tracked (G5 S1S2) by the ONHI that was not previously reported from Ottawa County. Numerous individuals were found growing on streambanks. Galium arkansanum A. Gray (Arkansas Bedstraw) is also tracked by the ONHI (G5 S1S2), but was previously reported from the county by Wallis (1959). Thirty-three (10.4% of the fl ora) species from 15 families were non-native. The Fabaceae (9) and Poaceae (8) and the genus Lespedeza had the greatest number of non-native species. Floristic surveys from other areas of Oklahoma report that non-native species constitute 9–15% of the fl ora (Hoagland and Johnson 2001, 2004a, 2004b, 2005; Hoagland and Buthod 2003, 2004, 2005a, 2005b; Hoagland and Wallick 2003, Hoagland et al. 2004, 2004b., with the exception of two sites in McCurtain County, where 6.6% of the fl ora consisted of non-native species (Hoagland and Johnson 2004c). Plant specimens were collected from five vegetation associations, but the majority of the site was forested. A brief description of each vegetation association follows: 1. Pinus echinata - Quercus stellata Wangenh. (Post Oak) - Quercus marilandica Münchh. (Blackjack Oak) forest association This association was the predominant upland forest type, occurring on xeric, cherty slopes. Pinus echinata maybe absent in some stands, in which case Quercus velutina Lam. (Black Oak) was a co-dominant. Canopy cover was closed for the most part, but small patches of open woodland did exist. Associated species included Antennaria parlinii Fern. (Parlin’s Pussytoes), Table 1. Summary of fl oristic collections from an Ozark Plateau site, Ottawa County, OK. Format follows Palmer et al. (1995). Taxonomic group Species Native Non-native Pteridophyta 8 8 0 Coniferophyta 2 2 0 Magnoliophyta 308 275 33 Magnoliopsdia 250 225 25 Liliopsida 58 50 8 Total 318 285 33 2008 B.W. Hoagland and A.K. Buthod 585 Carya texana Buckley (Black Hickory), Clitoria mariana L. (Butterfl y Pea), Helianthus hirsutus Raf. (Hairy Sunfl ower), Hypericum hypericoides (L.) Crantz (St. Andrew’s Cross), Juniperus virginiana L. (Eastern Redcedar), Quercus velutina, Tephrosia virginiana (L.) Pers. (Virginia Tephrosia), Vaccinium arboreum Marsh. (Farkleberry), and V. pallidum Aiton (Blueberry). 2. Acer saccharum Marsh. (Sugar Maple) - Quercus alba L. (White Oak) forest association This forest association is best represented along the margins of the two streams draining the site and on north-facing slopes. Pinus echinata and other xeric tree species were often canopy components, but not dominants. Quercus rubra L. (Northern Red Oak) and Nyssa sylvatica Marsh. (Blackgum) were locally abundant. Associated species included Agrimonia pubescens Wallr. (Soft Agrimony), Aquilegia canadensis L. (Red Columbine), Asclepias quadrifolia Jacq. (Fourleaf Milkweed), Carya cordiformis (Wangenh.) K. Koch (Bitternut Hickory), Delphinium tricorne Michx. (Dwarf Larkspur), Desmodium glutinosum (Muhl. ex Willd.) Alph. Wood (Pointedleaf Ticktrefoil), Frangula caroliniana (Walter) A. Gray (Carolina Buckthorn), Fraxinus americana L. (White Ash), Galium aparine L. (Sticky Willy), Geranium maculatum L. (Spotted Geranium), Geum canadense Jacq. (White Avens), Hydrangea arborescens L. (Wild Hydrangea), Morus rubra L. (Red Mulberry), Ostrya virginiana (Mill.) K. Koch (Hophornbeam), Phlox pilosa L. (Downy Phlox), Polygonatum bifl orum (Walter) Elliot (Smooth Solomon’s Seal), Polystichum acrostichoides (Michx.) Schott (Christmas Fern), and Zizia aurea (L.) W.D.J. Koch (Golden Alexander). The three species tracked by ONHI (Cladrastis kentukea, Dicentra cucullaria, and Galium arkansanum) occurred in this habitat. 3. Bouteloua curtipendula (Michx.) Torr. (Sideoats Grama) herbaceous association This vegetation type occurred as small openings at the crest of southwest facing slopes. Soils were typically shallow and cobbly. Occurrences were usually less than 500 m2 in area. Patches were typically surrounded by Juniperus virginiana, Pinus echinata, and Quercus stellata. Associated species included Andropogon gerardii Vitman (Big Bluestem), Asclepias tuberosa L. (Butterfl y Milkweed), A. verticillata L. (Whorled Milkweed), Dalea purpurea Vent. (purple prairie clover), Dodecatheon meadia L. (Shooting Star), Plantago virginica L. (Virginia Plantain), Scutellaria ovata Hill (Heartleaf Skullcap), Sedum pulchellum Michx. (Widowscross), Tragia betonicifolia Nutt. (BetonyLeaf Noseburn), and Vulpia octofl ora (Walter) Rydb. (Sixweeks Fescue). 4. Wetland vegetation Wetland vegetation was restricted to the banks of two coves where the streams draining the site entered Grand Lake of the Cherokees. The 586 Southeastern Naturalist Vol. 7, No. 4 vegetation was poorly developed due to heavy shade from adjacent upland forest and the fluctuation in water level of the lake. Amorpha fruticosa L. (False Indigo), Cephalanthus occidentalis L. (Buttonbush), Rorippa palustris (L.) Besser (Bog Yellowcress), Scutellaria lateriflora L. (Blue Skullcap), and Spermacoce glabra Michx. (Smooth False Buttonweed) were common associates. 5. Disturbed areas and old-field vegetation Disturbed areas were designated as mowed lawns, camp sites, roadsides, and other areas exhibiting signs of physical disruption. Common plants in disturbed areas included Digitaria sanguinalis (L.) Scop. (Hairy Crabgrass), Lespedeza cuneata (Dum. Cours.) G. Don (Sericea Lespedeza), Kummerowia stipulacea (Maxim.) Makino (Korean Clover), Mollugo verticillata L. (Carpetweed), Rhus glabra L. (Smooth Sumac), and Trifolium campestre Schreb. (Field Clover). Old-fields were characterized by Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. (Annual Ragweed), A. trifida L. (Great Ragweed), Amaranthus rudis (Moq.) Sauer (Roughfruit Amaranth), Andropogon virginicus L. (Broomsedge Bluestem), Conyza canadensis (L.) 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Missouri Department of Conservation in cooperation with the Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis, MO. 2008 B.W. Hoagland and A.K. Buthod 589 Appendix 1. Annotated species list for a site in the Ozark Plateau, Ottawa County, OK. The first entry is the collection number, followed by life history (A = annual, B = biennial, P = perennial), and habitat (ASCA = Acer saccharum - Quercus alba - Carya alba forest association, BCHA = Bouteloua curtipendula herbaceous association, PEQM = Pinus echinata - Quercus stellata - Quercus marilandica forest association, WETL = herbaceous wetlands, DAOF = Disturbed areas and old-field vegetation). Non-native species are denoted with a double-dagger (‡), those tracked by the Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory with a dagger (†), and species previously unreported from Ottawa County with an asterisk (*). Voucher specimens were deposited at the Robert Bebb Herbarium at the University of Oklahoma (OKL). PTERIDOPHYTA ASPLENIACEAE Asplenium platyneuron (L.) B.S.P.: #6680; P; ASCA. DRYOPTERIDACEAE Cystopteris tennesseensis Shaver: #7145; P; ASCA. Polystichum acrostichoides (Michx.) Schott: #3613; P; ASCA. Woodsia obtusa (Spreng.) Torr.: #3836; P; ASCA. OPHIOGLOSSACEAE Botrychium virginianum (L.) Sw.: #3634; P; ASCA. PTERIDACEAE *Adiantum pedatum L.: #3630; P; ASCA. Pellaea atropurpurea (L.) Link: #3837; P; ASCA. THELYPTERIDACEAE Phegopteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Fée: #4425; P; ASCA. CONIFEROPHYTA CUPRESSACEAE Juniperus virginiana L.: #4119; P; BCHA, DAOF, PEQM. PINACEAE *Pinus echinata P. Mill.: #3622; P; BCHA, ASCA; PEQM. MAGNOLIOPHYTA MAGNOLIOPSIDA ACANTHACEAE Ruellia humilis Nutt.: #4079; P; BCHA, DAOF. ACERACEAE Acer negundo L.: #6675; P; WETL. *A. rubrum L.: #4101; P; ASCA. A. saccharum Marsh.: #3644; P; ASCA. AMARANTHACEAE ‡Amaranthus rudis Sauer: #6729; A; DAOF. ANACARDIACEAE Rhus aromatica Ait.: #3619; P; PEQM. R. glabra L.: #4135; P; DAOF. Toxicodendron radicans (L.) Kuntze: #6451a; P; DAOF. APIACEAE *Ammoselinum butleri (Engelm. ex S. Wats.) Coult. & Rose: #6342; A; DAOF. Chaerophyllum tainturieri Hook.: #4478; A; DAOF. Cryptotaenia canadensis (L.) DC.: #4093; P; ASCA. Sanicula canadensis L.: #4100l; P; ASCA. Taenidia integerrima (L.) Drude: #6446a; P; ASCA. *‡Torilis arvensis (Huds.) Link: #4064; A; DAOF. Zizia aurea (L.) W.D.J. Koch: #3629; P; ASCA. ARISTOLOCHIACEAE Asarum canadense L.: #4349; P; ASCA. ASCLEPIADACEAE Asclepias quadrifolia Jacq.: #6457a; P; ASCA. A. tuberosa L.: #4078; P; BCHA. A. verticillata L.: #6707; P; BCHA. Matelea gonocarpos (Walt.) Shinners: #6682; P; ASCA. ASTERACEAE Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins.: #6689; P; ASCA. Ambrosia artemisifolia L.: #4269; A; DAOF. A. trifida L.: #4288; A; DAOF. *Antennaria parlinii Fern.: #4486; P; PEQM. Bidens bipinnata L.: #4334; A; DAOF. Brickellia eupatorioides (L.) Shinners var. eupatorioides: #6686; P; ASCA. 590 Southeastern Naturalist Vol. 7, No. 4 BETULACEAE Ostrya virginiana (P. Mill.) K. Koch: #4073; P; ASCA. BIGNONIACEAE Campsis radicans (L.) Seem. ex Bureau: #6674; P; DAOF, WETL. Catalpa bignonioides Walt.: #3889; P; DAOF. BORAGINACEAE *‡Buglossoides arvensis (L.) I. M. Johnston: #3639; A; DAOF. ‡Heliotropium indicum L.: #6700; A; WETL. Myosotis verna Nutt.: #4531; A; ASCA. BRASSICACEAE Arabis canadensis L.: #4114; B; PEQM. A. laevigata (Muhl. ex Willd.) Poir.: #4484; B; ASCA, BCHA. ‡Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik.: #4483; A; DAOF. Cardamine concatenata (Michx.) Sw.: #6232; P; ASCA. C. parvifl ora L.: #4529; A; ASCA. C. pennsylvanica Muhl. ex Willd.: #4529; P; ASCA. Draba brachycarpa Nutt. ex Torr. & Gray: #3636; A; DAOF. *D. reptans (Lam.) Fern.: #4541; A; DAOF. Lepidium densiflorum Schrad.: #4310; A; DAOF. Rorippa palustris (L.) Bess.: #4088; A; WETL. CAMPANULACEAE Campanulastrum americanum (L.) Small: #3834; P; ASCA. *Triodanis bifl ora (Ruiz & Pavón) Greene: #4113; A; DAOF. CAPPARACEAE Polanisia dodecandra (L.) DC.: #4113; A; DAOF. CAPRIFOLIACEAE Symphoricarpos orbiculatus Moench: #4138; P; PEQM. Viburnum rufidulum Raf.: #3626; P; PEQM. CARYOPHYLLACEAE ‡Arenaria serpyllifolia L.: #6341; A; DAOF. Sagina decumbens (Ell.) Torr. & Gray: #3628; A; DAOF. Silene antirrhina L.: #6347; A; ASCA. S. virginica L.: #4095; P; ASCA. ‡Stellaria media (L.) Vill.: #4543; A; DAOF. B. eupatorioides (L.) Shinners var. corymbulosa (Torr. & Gray) Shinners: #6987; P; WETL. Cirsium altissimum (L.) Hill: #4299; P; DAOF. Conyza canadensis (L.) Cronq.: #4274; A; DAOF. Coreopsis palmata Nutt.: #4297; P; DAOF. *Echinacea angustifolia DC.: #4082; P; BCHA, PEQM. Eclipta prostrata (L.) L.: #4090; A; WETL. Erigeron strigosus Muhl. ex Willd.: #4107; A; ASCA. Eupatorium serotinum Michx.: #6701; P; WETL. Gamochaeta purpurea (L.) Cabrera: #6343; P; DAOF. Helenium amarum (Raf.) H. Rock: #3832; A; DAOF. Helianthus annuus L.: #4287; A; DAOF. H. hirsutus Raf.: #4130; P; PEQM. H. tuberosus L.: #4333; P; DAOF. Heterotheca villosa (Pursh) Shinners: #4292; P; DAOF. Krigia bifl ora (Walt.) Blake: #6337; F; P; WETL. K. caespitosa (Raf.) Chambers: #4085; A; DAOF. Lactuca canadensis L.: #4320; A; DAOF. Liatris squarrosa (L.) Michx. var. hirsuta (Rydb.) Gaiser: #3896; P; BCHA, PEQM. Packera plattensis (Nutt.) W.A. Weber & A. Löve: #4492; P; ASCA. *Polymnia canadensis L.: #4071; P; ASCA. Rudbeckia hirta L.: #4129; P; BCHA, DAOF. *Solidago arguta Ait.: #7143; P; ASCA. S. ulmifolia Muhl. ex Willd.: #3835; P; PEQM. Symphyotrichum anomalum (Engelm.) Nesom: #4309; P; ASCA. S. drummondii (Lindl.) Nesom: #3890; P; ASCA. S. oolentangiense (Riddell) Nesom: #6687; P; ASCA. S. patens (Ait.) Nesom: #6677; P; ASCA, PEQM. S. turbinellum (Lindl.) Nesom: #6722; P; ASCA. Verbesina virginica L.: #6678; P; ASCA. Vernonia baldwinii Torr.: #4298; P; PEQM. Xanthium strumariaum L.: #6672; A; WETL. BALSAMINACEAE Impatiens capensis Meerb.: #3898; P; ASCA. BERBERIDACEAE Podophyllum peltatum L.: #4475; P; ASCA. 2008 B.W. Hoagland and A.K. Buthod 591 Chamaecrista nictitans (L.) Moench: #4272; A; PEQM. *†Cladrastis kentukea (Dum.-Cours.) Rudd: #3623; P; ASCA. Clitoria mariana L.: #3907; P; PEQM. Dalea purpurea Vent.: #4062; P; BCHA, PEQM. Desmodium glutinosum (Muhl. ex Willd.) Alph. Wood: #4075; P; ASCA. D. laevigatum (Nutt.) DC.: #6688; P; ASCA. D. nudifl orum (L.) DC.: #4124; P; ASCA. D. obtusum (Muhl. ex Willd.) DC.: #6694; P; PEQM. D. paniculatum (L.) DC.: #4355; P; PEQM. Gleditsia triacanthos L.: #6470a; P; DAOF, WETL. ‡Kummerowia stipulacea (Maxim.) Makino: #4313; A; DAOF. ‡K. striata (Thunb.) Schindl.: #4314; A; DAOF. ‡Lespedeza cuneata (Dum.-Cours.) G. Don.: #6671; P; DAOF. L. repens (L.) W. Bart: #6671; P; PEQM. L. x neglecta Mackenzie & Bush (pro sp.): #4382; P; PEQM. ‡L. thunbergii (DC.) Nakai: #6705; P; DAOF. L. violacea (L.) Pers.: #4332; P; DAOF; PEQM. L. virginica (L.) Britt.: #6720; P; PEQM. *‡Medicago lupulina L.: #6345; A; DAOF. Psoralidium tenuiflorum (Pursh) Rydb.: #4111; P; BCHA, PEQM. Robinia pseudoacacia L.: #4280; P; DAOF. Senna marilandica (L.) Link: #4327; P; WETL. Stylosanthes bifl ora (L.) B.S.P.: #4285; P; DAOF. Tephrosia virginiana (L.) Pers.: #4057; P; BCHA, PEQM. ‡Trifolium campestre Schreb.: #4497; A; DAOF. ‡T. repens L.: #6340; P; DAOF. FAGACEAE Quercus alba L.: #6458a; P; ASCA, PEQM. Q. marilandica Muenchh.: #4051; P; PEQM. Q. muehlenbergii Engelm.: #4137; P; ASCA. Q. palustris Muenchh.: #6692; P; WETL. Q. rubra L.: #4049; P; ASCA. Q. stellata Wangenh.: #4052; P; ASCA, PEQM. Q. velutina Lam.: #4105; P; PEQM. FUMARIACEAE *Corydalis micrantha (Engelm. ex Gray) Gray: #3609; A; ASCA. *†Dicentra cucullaria (L.) Bernh.: #4488; P; ASCA. CELASTRACEAE Euonymus atropurpurea Jacq.: #6441a; P; ASCA. CHENOPODIACEAE ‡Chenopodium ambrosioides L.: #4306; A; DAOF. C. standleyanum Aellen: #6713; A; DAOF. CLUSIACEAE *Hypericum hypericoides (L.) Crantz: #4125; P; PEQM. H. punctatum Lam.: #4092; P; ASCA. CONVOLVULACEAE Ipomoea lacunosa L.: #6702; A; DAOF. I. pandurata (L.) G.F.W. Mey.: #4128; P; DAOF. CORNACEAE Cornus fl orida L.: #3616; P; ASCA. CRASSULACEAE Sedum pulchellum Michx.: #6445a; A; BCHA. EBENACEAE Diospyros virginiana L.: #4108; P; ASCA, PEQM. ERICACEAE *Vaccinium arboreum Marsh.: #4084; P; PEQM. *V. pallidum Ait.: #4548; P; PEQM. V. stamineum L.: #3647; P; ASCA. EUPHORBIACEAE Acalypha monococca (Engelm. ex Gray) L. Mill. & Gandhi: #6683; A; PEQM. A. virginica L.: #3908; A; ASCA. Chamaesyce humistrata (Engelm.) Small: #4385; A; DAOF. C. maculata (L.) Small: #6697; A; DAOF. Croton glandulosus L.: #4134; A; DAOF. C. monanthogynus Michx.: #3831; A; DAOF. Euphorbia corollata L.: #4291; P; BCHA, PEQM. E. dentanta Michx.: #4316; A; DAOF. Tragia betonicifolia Nutt.: #4347; P; BCHA. FABACEAE Amorpha canescens Pursh: #4047; P; PEQM. A. fruticosa L.: #4069; P; WETL. Amphicarpaea bracteata (L.) Fern.: #4330; A; PEQM. Baptisia bracteata Muhl. ex Ell.: #4346; P; BCHA, PEQM. Cercis canadensis L.: #3897; P; PEQM. 592 Southeastern Naturalist Vol. 7, No. 4 OXALIDACEAE Oxalis stricta L.: #3906; P; DAOF. O. violacea L.: #3615; P; ASCA, PEQM. PASSIFLORACEAE Passifl ora lutea L.: #4282; P; ASCA, PEQM. PHYTOLACCACEAE Phytolacca americana L.: #4068; P; DAOF. PLANTAGINACEAE Plantago aristata Michx.: #4302; A; DAOF. P. heterophylla Nutt.: #3641; A; DAOF. ‡P. lanceolata L.: #4048; P; DAOF. *‡P. major L.: #4077; P; DAOF. *P. pusilla Nutt.: #4539; A; BCHA. P. rugelii Dcne.: #6698; P; ASCA. P. virginica L.: #4536; A; BCHA. POLEMONIACEAE Phlox divaricata L.: #3638; P; ASCA. P. pilosa L.: #4496; P; ASCA. POLYGONACEAE Polygonum convolvulus L.: #4325; P; WETL. P. pensylvanicum L.: #6453a; A; WETL. P. punctatum Ell.: #4323; A; WETL. P. scandens L.: #4305; P; WETL. PORTULACACEAE Claytonia virginica L.: #6455a; P; DAOF. Portulaca oleracea L.: #6695; A; DAOF. PRIMULACEAE *Androsace occidentalis Pursh: #3614; A; DAOF. Dodecatheon meadia L.: #4482; P; BHCA. RANUNCULACEAE Aquilegia canadensis L.: #3618; P; ASCA. Clematis versicolor Small ex Rydb.: #4353; P; ASCA. Delphinium carolinianum Walt.: #4072; P; DAOF. D. tricorne Michx.: #6447a; P; ASCA. Ranunculus abortivus L.: #6336; P; WETL. R. fascicularis Muhl. ex Bigelow: #4535; P; WETL. R. hispidus Michx.: #4533; P; ASCA. Thalictrum thalictroides (L.) Eames & Boivin: #3625; P; ASCA. RHAMNACEAE *Frangula caroliniana (Walt.) Gray: #3627; P; ASCA. GERANIACEAE Geranium maculatum L.: #6462a; P; ASCA. *‡G. pusillum L.: #4066; A; DAOF. HYDRANGEACEAE Hydrangea arborescens L.: #4345; P; ASCA. JUGLANDACEAE Carya cordiformis (Wangenh.) K. Koch: #3903; P; ASCA. C. ovalis (Wangenh.) Sarg.: #6351; P; PEQM. C. texana Buckl.: #4388; P; PEQM. LAMIACEAE Cunila origanoides (L.) Britt.: #4276; P; ASCA, PEQM. *Hedeoma hispida Pursh: #6350; A; BCHA. *‡Lamium amplexicaule L.: #6460a; A; DAOF. ‡L. purpureum L.: #6465a; A; DAOF. Monarda fistulosa L.: #4081; P; PEQM. Scutellaria laterifl ora L.: #4301; P; WETL. S. ovata Hill: #4058; P; BCHA. Teucrium canadense L.: #4065; P; WETL. LAURACEAE Lindera benzoin (L.) Blume: #6230; P; ASCA. Sassafras albidum (Nutt.) Nees: #4055; P; ASCA. MENISPERMACEAE Cocculus carolinus (L.) DC.: #4281; P; ASCA. Menispermum candense L.: #6468a; P; ASCA. MOLLUGINACEAE Mollugo verticillata L.: #4293; A; DAOF. MORACEAE Maclura pomifera (Raf.) Schneid.: #4279; P; DAOF. Morus rubra L.: #4053; P; ASCA. NYSSACEAE *Nyssa sylvatica Marsh.: #4050; P; ASCA. OLEACEAE *Forestiera pubescens Nutt.: #6727; P; BCHA. Fraxinus americana L.: #4354; P; ASCA. ONAGRACEAE Oenothera biennis L.: #4304; P; DAOF. O. linifolia Nutt.: #6473a; A; DAOF. 2008 B.W. Hoagland and A.K. Buthod 593 SIMAROUBACEAE *‡Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle: #4132; P; DAOF. SOLANCEAE Solanum carolinense L.: #6696; P; DAOF. ULMACEAE Celtis laevigata Willd. var. reticulata (Torr.) L. Benson: #3899; P; BCHA, PEQM. Ulmus alata Michx.: #4109; P; PEQM. URTICACEAE Boehmeria cylindrica (L.) Sw.: #4283; A; ASCA. Parietaria pensylvanica Muhl. ex Willd.: #4060; A; ASCA, DAOF. Pilea pumila (L.) Gray: #6690; A; ASCA. VALERIANACEAE Valerianella radiata (L.) Dufr.: #4477; A; ASCA. VERBENACEAE Phryma leptostachya L.: #4054; P; ASCA. Verbena urticifolia L.: #4133; A; WETL. VIOLACEAE Viola palmata L.: #3624; P; ASCA. V. pedata L.: #4485; P; ASCA. V. pubescens Ait.: #3611; P; ASCA. V. sororia Willd.: #4528; P; ASCA. VITACEAE Ampelopsis cordata Michx.: #3904; P; WETL. Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch.: #6469a; P; ASCA, DAOF. Vitis cinera (Engelm.) Millard: #3893; P; DAOF. V. vulpina L.: #4116; P; PEQM. LILIOPSIDA ARACEAE Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott: #3642; P; ASCA. COMMELINACEAE Commelina erecta L.: #4127; P; ASCA, WETL. Tradescantia ohiensis Raf.: #6449a; P; ASCA. CYPERACEAE Carex granularis Muhl. ex Willd.: #4174; P; ASCA. ROSACEAE Agrimonia pubescens Wallr.: #4537; P; ASCA. A. rostellata Wallr.: #3895; P; ASCA. Amelanchier arborea (Michx. f.) Fern.: #3633; P; PEQM. Geum canadense Jacq.: #4343; P; ASCA. G. vernum (Raf.) Torr. & Gray: #3648; P; ASCA. Potentilla simplex Michx.: #6338; P; ASCA. Prunus serotina Ehrh.: #6335; P; ASCA, PEQM. ‡Rosa multifl ora Thunb. ex Murr.: #6466a; P; DAOF. R. setigera Michx.: #4104; P; DAOF. Rubus aboriginum Rydb.: #3643; P; DAOF. R. occidentalis L.: #4352; P; DAOF. RUBIACEAE Cephalanthus occidentalis L.: #6669; P; WETL. Galium aparine L.: #6459a; A; ASCA. †G. arkansanum Gray: #4294; P; ASCA. G. pilosum Ait.: #3830; P; ASCA. ‡G. tinctorium L.; #4117; P; ASCA. *G. virgatum Nutt.; #4481; A; DAOF. Hedyotis nigricans (Lam.) Fosberg: #6676; P; BCHA. Houstonia pusilla Schoepf: #3637; A; DAOF. Spermacoce glabra Michx.: #6703; P; WETL. RUTACEAE *Ptelea trifoliata L.: #4123; P; PEQM. SAPINDACEAE Cardiospermum halicacabum L.: #66881; A; WETL. SAPOTACEAE Sideroxylon lanuginosum Michx.: #4136; P; PEQM. SAXIFRAGACEAE Heuchera americana L. var. hirsuticaulis (Wheelock) Rosendahl, Butters & Lake: #4532; P; ASCA. SCROPHULARIACEAE *Nuttallanthus canadensis (L.) D. A. Sutton: #6346; A; DAOF Scrophularia marilandica L.: #4360; A; ASCA. ‡Verbascum thapsus L.: #4271; B; DAOF. ‡Veronica arvensis L.: #4546; A; DAOF. V. peregrina L.: #3640; A; DAOF. 594 Southeastern Naturalist Vol. 7, No. 4 D. sphaerocarpon (Ell.) Gould: #4335; P; ASCA. Digitaria sanguinalis (L.) Scop.: #6717; A; DAOF. ‡Echinochloa colona (L.) Link: #6699; A; WETL. ‡Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn.: #4286; A; DAOF. Elymus hystrix L.: #4321; P; ASCA. E. virginicus L.: #4098; P; PEQM. *Eragrostis capillaris (L.) Nees: #6725; A; DAOF. E. hirsuta (Michx.) Nees: #6756; P; DAOF. E. hypnoides (Lam.) B. S. P.: #6721; A; WETL. E. intermedia A. S. Hitchc.: #4312; P; ASCA. Hordeum pusillum Nutt.: #6461a; A; DAOF. Leersia virginica Willd.: #6711; P; WETL. Leptochloa panicea (Retz.) Ohwi: #6709; A; WETL. Muhlenbergia sobolifera (Muhl. ex Willd.) Trin.: #4383; P; PEQM. Panicum dichotomifl orum Michx.: #6723; P; ASCA. ‡Poa annua L.: #4487; A; DAOF. P. sylvestris Gray: # 6728; P; ASCA. Setaria parvifl ora (Poir.) Kerguélen: #4337; P; DAOF. ‡S. viridis (L.) Beauv.: #4348; A; DAOF. Sorghum halepense (L.) Pers.*: #4284; P; DAOF. Sporobolus clandestinus (Biehler) A. S. Hitchc.: #6712; P; BCHA. S. vaginifl orus (Torr. ex Gray) Wood: #6706; A; BCHA. Tridens fl avus (L.) A.S. Hitchc.: #4120; P; DAOF, PEQM. Vulpia octofl ora (Walt.) Rudb.*: #6339; A; BCHA. SMILACACEAE Smilax bona-nox L.: #4115; P; ASCA, PEQM. S. tamnoides L.: #6467a; P; ASCA, PEQM. C. grayi Carey: #4175; P; WETL. C. leavenworthii Dewey: #4176; P; ASCA. *C. oligocarpa Schkuhr ex Willd.: #4177; P; ASCA. Cyperus echinatus (L.) Wood: #4275; P; DAOF. C. erythrorhizos Muhl.: #6719; A; WETL. Fimbristylis vahlii (Lam.) Link: #6673; A; WETL. DIOSCOREACEAE Dioscorea villosa L.: #6450a; P; ASCA. IRIDACEAE Sisyrinchium campestre Bickn.: #6442a; P; DAOF. LILIACEAE Allium canadense L.: #6352; P; ASCA. Camassia scilloides (Raf.) Cory: #3631; P; ASCA. Erythronium albidum Nutt.: #6234; P; ASCA. *E. americanum Ker-Gawl.: #4545; P; ASCA. *E. rostratum W. Wolf: #3632; P; ASCA. Hypoxis hirsuta (L.) Coville: #4473; P; DAOF, PEQM. Nothoscordum bivalve (L.) Britt.: #4490; P; DAOF. Polygonatum bifl orum (Walt.) Ell.: #6443a; P; ASCA. POACEAE *‡Aira caryophyllea L.: #4086; A; DAOF. Andropogon gerardii Vitman: #4300; P; BCHA, PEQM. A. virginicus L.: #6718; P; DAOF. Bouteloua curtipendula (Michx.) Torr.: #4278; P; BCHA. Bromus pubescens Muhl. ex Willd.: #4344; P; ASCA. *‡B. tectorum L.: #6349; A; DAOF. Chasmanthium latifolium (Michx.) Yates: #3891; P; ASCA, WETL. Danthonia spicata (L.) Beauv. ex Roemer & J.A. Schultes: #4059; P; BCHA, PEQM. *Dichanthelium acuminatum (Sw.) Gould & C.A. Clark var. fasciculatum (Torr.) Freckmann: #4318; P; ASCA. D. boscii (Poir.) Gould & C.A. Clark: #4099; P; ASCA. D. dichotomum (L.) Gould: #4336; A; ASCA. D. linearifolium (Scribn. ex Nash) Gould: #6471a; P; ASCA, PEQM.