COMMON PLANTS of WISCONSIN UWSP
Biology 130

Marchantia polymorpha; common liverwort

Sphagnum spp.; peat moss

Polytrichum spp.; hair-cap moss

Diphasiastrum, Hupersia, Lycopodiella, and Lycopodium spp.; club moss

Selaginella spp.; spike moss

Equisetum spp.; horsetail, scouring rush

Osmunda regalis; royal fern

Osmunda cinnamomea; cinnamon fern

Osmunda claytoniana; interrupted fern

Pteridium aquilinum; bracken fern

Onoclea sensibilis; sensitive fern

Polypodium virginianum; common polypody, rock-cap fern

Adiantum pedatum; maidenhair fern

Abies balsamea; balsam fir

Picea glauca; white spruce

Picea mariana; black spruce

Tsuga canadensis; hemlock

Larix laricina; tamarack, larch

Pinus strobus; EASTERN white pine

Pinus resinosa; red pine

Pinus banksiana; jack pine

Taxus spp.; yew

Thuja occidentalis; northern white cedar, eastern arborvitae

Juniperus virginiana; eastern red-cedar

Nymphaea odorata; American white water lily

Nuphar variegata; bullhead pond lily

Asarum canadense; wild-ginger

Arisaema triphyllum; Jack-in-the-pulpit, indian turnip

Symplocarpus foetidus; skunk-cabbage

Lemna spp. and Spirodella polyrrhiza; duckweed

Sagittaria latifolia; Common arrowhead

Potamogeton spp.; pondweed

Erythronium americanum and E. albidum; trout lily, fawn lily

Trillium spp.; trillium

Uvularia grandiflora and U. sessilifolia; bellwort

Cypripedium spp.; ladyís slipper

Iris spp.; blue-flag, wild iris

Hemerocallis fulva; daylily

Typha spp.; cat-tail

Cyperus esculentus; field nut sedge, yellow nut sedge

Poa pratensis; Kentucky bluegrass

Phalaris arundinacea; reed canary grass

Elymus repens; quackgrass

Triticum aestivum; wheat [Poaceae]

Setaria spp.; foxtail, bristlegrass

Zea mays; corn, maize

Tradescantia spp.; spiderwort

Sanguinaria canadensis; bloodroot

Dicentra cucullaria; dutchman's-breeches

Caltha palustris; marsh marigold, cowslip

Anemone spp.; anemone

Anemone acutiloba, A. americana; hepatica

Ranuculus spp.; buttercup

Myriophyllum spp.; water-milfoil

Oxalis spp.; wood-sorrel

Euphorbia corollata; flowering spurge

Populus spp.; aspen

Populus deltoides; cottonwood

Salix spp.; willow

Viola spp.; violet

Glycine max; soybean

Lotus corniculatus; Birdís-foot trefoil

Coronilla varia; crown-vetch

Amorpha canescens; lead-plant

Medicago sativa; alfalfa

Trifolium pratense; red clover

Trifolium repens; white clover

Trifolium aureum, T. campestre; hop clover

Trifolium arvense; rabbit-foot clover

Melilotus spp.; sweet clover

Lupinus spp.; lupine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

     

 

 

 

 

Fragaria virginiana, F. vesca subsp. americana; wild strawberry

Potentilla spp.; cinquefoil

Rubus allegheniensis and other spp.; blackberry, bramble, dewberry

Rubus idaeus and other spp.; raspberry, bramble

Rosa spp.; wild rose

Prunus spp.; cherry

Crataegus spp.; hawthorn

Rhamnus cathartica and Frangula alnus; buckthorn

Ulmus spp.; elm

Urtica dioica, Laportea canadensis; nettle

Quercus spp.; white oak

Quercus spp.; red oak

Comptonia peregrina; sweet-fern

Carya spp.; hickory

Alnus spp.; alder

Betula spp.; birch

Corylus spp.; hazelnut

Lythrum salicaria; purple loosestrife

Oenothera spp.; evening-primrose

Chamerion angustifolium; fireweed, great willow-herb

Toxicodendron radicans, T. rydbergii; poison ivy

Rhus spp.; sumac

Acer rubrum; red maple

Acer saccharinum; silver maple

Acer saccharum; sugar maple, hard maple

Acer negundo; box elder, ash-leaved maple

Tilia americana; basswood

Barbarea vulgaris; yellow rocket, winter cress

Berteroa incana; hoary-alyssum, hoary false madwort

Alliaria petiolata; garlic mustard

Rumex crispus; curly dock

Persicaria spp.; smartweed, knotweed

Silene latifolia, S. vulgaris; bladder campion

Amaranthus retroflexus; common amaranth, pigweed

Chenopodium album; lamb's quarters

Portulaca oleracea; purslane

Claytonia virginica, C. caroliniana; spring-beauty

Cornus canadensis; bunchberry

Impatiens capensis, I. pallida; jewelweed, touch-me-not

Sarracenia purpurea; pitcher plant

Gaultheria procumbens; wintergreen, checkerberry

Vaccinium spp.; blueberry

Vaccinium macrocarpon, V. oxycoccos; cranberry

Monotropa uniflora; indian-pipe

Galium spp.; bedstraw

Asclepias incarnata subsp. incarnata; swamp milkweed

Asclepias syriaca; common milkweed

Asclepias tuberosa; butterfly weed

Fraxinus spp.; ash

Plantago spp.; plantain

Linaria vulgaris; butter-and-eggs

Verbascum thapsus; common mullein

Prunella vulgaris; heal-all, self-heal

Monarda fistulosa; bee balm, wild bergamot

Verbena spp.; vervain

Convolvulus arvensis and Calystegia spp.; bindweed

Solanum tuberosum; potato

Campanula rotundifolia; bluebell, bellflower, harebell

Arctium minus; common burdock

Centaurea stoebe; spotted knapweed

Cirsium spp.; thistle

Cichorium intybus; chicory, blue-sailors

Hieracium aurantiacum; orange hawkweed

Taraxacum officionale, T. laevigatum; dandelion

Symphyotrichum spp.; aster

Leucanthemum vulgare; ox-eye daisy, common daisy

Erigeron spp.; fleabane

Solidago spp.; goldenrod

Achillea millefolium; yarrow

Tanacetum vulgare; common tansy

Ambrosia artemisiifolia; common ragweed

Helianthus annuus; Common sunflower

Liatris spp.; blazing star

Daucus carota; Queen Anne's-lace, wild carrot

Cicuta maculata; water-hemlock

Pastinaca sativa; wild parsnip

Sambucus spp.; elderberry

Lonicera spp.; honeysuckle

 

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