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probability of species in habitat

This refers to the likelihood, based on a species' tendencies and distribution, of that species to be found in a given habitat.

Used to calculate:species

Varies by: species and habitat

Used species habitat Reference Location: Ecosystem
(study period)
Value Units Notes
* glossy abelia (Abelia ×grandiflora (Rovelli ex André) Rehder [chinensis × uniflora]) [native] Garden Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) It is used as an ornamental plant in specimen plantings in gardens, or in a mixed border with other shrubs.
* balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.)P.Mill.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cool northern forests, swamps, and rich fens. A northern tree most common in high elevation sites where it can becomes a dominant tree. At the upper edges of the sub-alpine it forms krummholz. In lower elevation sites it is mostly restricted to poor or thin soils, or wetlands. Fens and rich swamps in central and western New York that have disjunct small patches of A. balsamea are known locally as fir-tree swamps.
* balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.)P.Mill.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cool northern forests, swamps, and rich fens. A northern tree most common in high elevation sites where it can becomes a dominant tree. At the upper edges of the sub-alpine it forms krummholz. In lower elevation sites it is mostly restricted to poor or thin soils, or wetlands. Fens and rich swamps in central and western New York that have disjunct small patches of A. balsamea are known locally as fir-tree swamps.
* balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.)P.Mill.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cool northern forests, swamps, and rich fens. A northern tree most common in high elevation sites where it can becomes a dominant tree. At the upper edges of the sub-alpine it forms krummholz. In lower elevation sites it is mostly restricted to poor or thin soils, or wetlands. Fens and rich swamps in central and western New York that have disjunct small patches of A. balsamea are known locally as fir-tree swamps.
* balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.)P.Mill.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cool northern forests, swamps, and rich fens. A northern tree most common in high elevation sites where it can becomes a dominant tree. At the upper edges of the sub-alpine it forms krummholz. In lower elevation sites it is mostly restricted to poor or thin soils, or wetlands. Fens and rich swamps in central and western New York that have disjunct small patches of A. balsamea are known locally as fir-tree swamps.
* velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medik.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated ground, roadsides, and disturbed soils. Sometimes a major weed in cultivated ground.
* velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medik.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated ground, roadsides, and disturbed soils. Sometimes a major weed in cultivated ground.
* velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti Medik.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated ground, roadsides, and disturbed soils. Sometimes a major weed in cultivated ground.
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha virginica L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Acalypha gracilens Gray
* Australian acalypha (Acalypha australis L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Acalypha gracilens Gray
* slender threeseed mercury (Acalypha gracilens Gray) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open forests and woodlands, railroad edges, and disturbed soils. Often on edges of trails or paths.
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha rhomboidea Raf.) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields, shores of rivers or lakes
* hophornbeam copperleaf (Acalypha ostryifolia Riddell) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acalypha gracilens (same genus) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields
* Australian acalypha (Acalypha australis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Acalypha gracilens Gray
* hophornbeam copperleaf (Acalypha ostryifolia Riddell) [native] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acalypha gracilens (same genus) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields
* slender threeseed mercury (Acalypha gracilens Gray) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open forests and woodlands, railroad edges, and disturbed soils. Often on edges of trails or paths.
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha rhomboidea Raf.) [native] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields, shores of rivers or lakes
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha virginica L.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Acalypha gracilens Gray
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha rhomboidea Raf.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields, shores of rivers or lakes
* hophornbeam copperleaf (Acalypha ostryifolia Riddell) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acalypha gracilens (same genus) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields
* Australian acalypha (Acalypha australis L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Acalypha gracilens Gray
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha rhomboidea Raf.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields, shores of rivers or lakes
* slender threeseed mercury (Acalypha gracilens Gray) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open forests and woodlands, railroad edges, and disturbed soils. Often on edges of trails or paths.
* hophornbeam copperleaf (Acalypha ostryifolia Riddell) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acalypha gracilens (same genus) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha virginica L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Acalypha gracilens Gray
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha rhomboidea Raf.) [native] Pond Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields, shores of rivers or lakes
* Virginia threeseed mercury (Acalypha rhomboidea Raf.) [native] Stream Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), forests, meadows and fields, shores of rivers or lakes
* Rifleman (Acanthisitta chloris chloris) [native] Cliffs Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) The true habitat of this bird is thinly wooded forests, but other similar New Zealand species live near rocky outcrops.
* Rifleman (Acanthisitta chloris chloris) [native] Conifer forest Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) The true habitat of this bird is thinly wooded forests, but other similar New Zealand species live near rocky outcrops.
* Rifleman (Acanthisitta chloris chloris) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) The true habitat of this bird is thinly wooded forests, but other similar New Zealand species live near rocky outcrops.
* Rifleman (Acanthisitta chloris chloris) [native] Shrubland Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) The true habitat of this bird is thinly wooded forests, but other similar New Zealand species live near rocky outcrops.
* low starburr (Acanthospermum humile (Sw.) DC.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* southern starburr (Acanthospermum xanthioides DC.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* low starburr (Acanthospermum humile (Sw.) DC.) [introduced] Garden Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* southern starburr (Acanthospermum xanthioides DC.) [introduced] Garden Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* low starburr (Acanthospermum humile (Sw.) DC.) [introduced] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* southern starburr (Acanthospermum xanthioides DC.) [introduced] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* low starburr (Acanthospermum humile (Sw.) DC.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* southern starburr (Acanthospermum xanthioides DC.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* low starburr (Acanthospermum humile (Sw.) DC.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* southern starburr (Acanthospermum xanthioides DC.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Scrawled cowfish (Acanthostracion quadricornis) [native] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; reef-associated; Found in shallow water down to about 80 m, mainly in seagrass beds.
* Cooper's Hawk (Accipiter cooperii) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Cooper's Hawk (Accipiter cooperii) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* striped maple (Acer pensylvanicum L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Amur maple (Acer ginnala Maxim.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black maple (Acer nigrum Michx.f.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese maple (Acer palmatum Thunb.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* striped maple (Acer pensylvanicum L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red maple (Acer rubrum L.) [native] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hedge maple (Acer campestre L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red maple (Acer rubrum L.) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hedge maple (Acer campestre L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black maple (Acer nigrum Michx.f.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* moose maple (Acer spicatum Lam.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acer rubrum L. var. rubrum (same genus); Occurs in a wide variety of habitats and soil types. Wet swamps to dry forests and young successional habitats this is a very wide spread and common tree.
* boxelder (Acer negundo L.) [native] Forested wetland Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red maple (Acer rubrum L. var. trilobum Torr. & A. Gray ex K. Koch) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acer rubrum L. var. rubrum (same genus); Occurs in a wide variety of habitats and soil types. Wet swamps to dry forests and young successional habitats this is a very wide spread and common tree.
* red maple (Acer rubrum L.) [native] Forested wetland Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red maple (Acer rubrum L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Amur maple (Acer ginnala Maxim.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black maple (Acer nigrum Michx.f.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese maple (Acer palmatum Thunb.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* boxelder (Acer negundo L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Amur maple (Acer ginnala Maxim.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Norway maple (Acer platanoides L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* striped maple (Acer pensylvanicum L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red maple (Acer rubrum L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* moose maple (Acer spicatum Lam.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acer rubrum L. var. rubrum (same genus); Occurs in a wide variety of habitats and soil types. Wet swamps to dry forests and young successional habitats this is a very wide spread and common tree.
* silver maple (Acer saccharinum L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red maple (Acer rubrum L. var. trilobum Torr. & A. Gray ex K. Koch) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Acer rubrum L. var. rubrum (same genus); Occurs in a wide variety of habitats and soil types. Wet swamps to dry forests and young successional habitats this is a very wide spread and common tree.
* Amur maple (Acer ginnala Maxim.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red maple (Acer rubrum L.) [native] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Cliffs Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sneezeweed (Achillea ptarmica L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sneezeweed (Achillea ptarmica L.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Garden Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sneezeweed (Achillea ptarmica L.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sneezeweed (Achillea ptarmica L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sneezeweed (Achillea ptarmica L.) [introduced] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis DC.) [introduced] Shrubland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) [introduced] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum) [native] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; freshwater; brackish; demersal; Inhabit river mouths, lakes, estuaries, and bays; occasionally enters the open sea.
* Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) [native] Deep estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; freshwater; brackish; demersal; Inhabit river mouths, lakes, estuaries, and bays; occasionally enters the open sea.
* Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) [native] Estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) [native] Freshwater marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) [native] Salt marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum) [native] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; freshwater; brackish; demersal; Inhabit river mouths, lakes, estuaries, and bays; occasionally enters the open sea.
* Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) [native] Stream NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Venus' chariot (Aconitum napellus L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic forests. Often in slightly richer sites than Actaea rubra (Ranunculaceae Aactae pachypoda)
* northern wild monkshood (Aconitum noveboracense A. Gray ex Coville) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Actaea pachypoda Ell. (same genus); Rich mesic forests
* northern wild monkshood (Aconitum noveboracense A. Gray ex Coville) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Actaea pachypoda Ell. (same genus); Rich mesic forests
* Venus' chariot (Aconitum napellus L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic forests. Often in slightly richer sites than Actaea rubra (Ranunculaceae Aactae pachypoda)
* northern wild monkshood (Aconitum noveboracense A. Gray ex Coville) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Actaea pachypoda Ell. (same genus); Rich mesic forests
* sweetflag (Acorus calamus L.) [introduced] Deep estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, wet depressions, and occasionally swamps usually without much of a canopy. It can form fairly dense stands and likes standing water.
* sweetflag (Acorus calamus L.) [introduced] Eelgrass meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, wet depressions, and occasionally swamps usually without much of a canopy. It can form fairly dense stands and likes standing water.
* sweetflag (Acorus calamus L.) [introduced] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, wet depressions, and occasionally swamps usually without much of a canopy. It can form fairly dense stands and likes standing water.
* sweetflag (Acorus americanus (Raf.)Raf.) [native] Forested wetland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sweetflag (Acorus calamus L.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, wet depressions, and occasionally swamps usually without much of a canopy. It can form fairly dense stands and likes standing water.
* sweetflag (Acorus americanus (Raf.)Raf.) [native] Freshwater marsh Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sweetflag (Acorus calamus L.) [introduced] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, wet depressions, and occasionally swamps usually without much of a canopy. It can form fairly dense stands and likes standing water.
* sweetflag (Acorus americanus (Raf.)Raf.) [native] Pond Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sweetflag (Acorus calamus L.) [introduced] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, wet depressions, and occasionally swamps usually without much of a canopy. It can form fairly dense stands and likes standing water.
* sweetflag (Acorus americanus (Raf.)Raf.) [native] Stream Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Cricket Frog (Acris crepitans) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Cricket Frog (Acris crepitans) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Cricket Frog (Acris crepitans) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Cricket Frog (Acris crepitans) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red baneberry (Actaea rubra (Aiton) Willd. ssp. rubra) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests
* white baneberry (Actaea pachypoda Ell.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic forests. Often in slightly richer sites than Actaea rubra (Ranunculaceae Aactae pachypoda)
* red baneberry (Actaea rubra (Ait.)Willd.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils.
* red baneberry (Actaea rubra (Aiton) Willd. ssp. rubra) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests
* white baneberry (Actaea pachypoda Ell.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic forests. Often in slightly richer sites than Actaea rubra (Ranunculaceae Aactae pachypoda)
* red baneberry (Actaea rubra (Aiton) Willd. ssp. rubra) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests
* red baneberry (Actaea rubra (Ait.)Willd.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils.
* Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularius) [native] Beach Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularius) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularius) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularius) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Sandpiper (Actitis macularius) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* northern maidenhair (Adiantum pedatum L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic hardwoods forests often on lower slopes and valley bottoms in deep calcareous soils.
* northern maidenhair (Adiantum pedatum L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic hardwoods forests often on lower slopes and valley bottoms in deep calcareous soils.
* northern maidenhair (Adiantum pedatum L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic hardwoods forests often on lower slopes and valley bottoms in deep calcareous soils.
* mountain-fringe (Adlumia fungosa (Aiton) Greene ex Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* mountain-fringe (Adlumia fungosa (Aiton) Greene ex Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* mountain-fringe (Adlumia fungosa (Aiton) Greene ex Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* mountain-fringe (Adlumia fungosa (Aiton) Greene ex Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* blooddrops (Adonis annua L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils (Acetaea rubra)
* spring pheasant's eye (Adonis vernalis L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils (Acetaea rubra)
* summer pheasant's eye (Adonis aestivalis L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils (Acetaea rubra)
* spring pheasant's eye (Adonis vernalis L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils (Acetaea rubra)
* summer pheasant's eye (Adonis aestivalis L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils (Acetaea rubra)
* blooddrops (Adonis annua L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic to dry-mesic forests. Often in at least slightly rich soils (Acetaea rubra)
* muskroot (Adoxa moschatellina L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) occurs on cool talus slopes where cold air flows from beneath.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Deep estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Eelgrass meadow Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Forested wetland Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Freshwater marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Pond Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Salt marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Western Grebe (Aechmophorus occidentalis) [native] Stream Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) on salt or brackish bays, estuaries, or sheltered sea coasts, less frequently on fresh water lakes, occasionally on rivers.
* Persian goatgrass (Aegilops crassa Boiss.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) A waif around wool mills.
* jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica Host) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Waste areas.
* barbed goatgrass (Aegilops triuncialis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) A waif around wool mills.
* Northern Saw-whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Boreal Owl (Aegolius funereus) [native] Conifer forest Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) boreal forest; old aspen and mixed-forest sites
* Boreal Owl (Aegolius funereus) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) boreal forest; old aspen and mixed-forest sites
* Northern Saw-whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bishop's goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bishop's goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bishop's goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria L.) [introduced] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Virginia jointvetch (Aeschynomene virginica (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amorpha fruticosa L. (same family); Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats.
* Virginia jointvetch (Aeschynomene virginica (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amorpha fruticosa L. (same family); Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats.
* Virginia jointvetch (Aeschynomene virginica (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amorpha fruticosa L. (same family); Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats.
* Virginia jointvetch (Aeschynomene virginica (L.) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amorpha fruticosa L. (same family); Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats.
* horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) forest edges and thickets.
* Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra Willd.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* yellow buckeye (Aesculus flava Aiton) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* yellow buckeye (Aesculus flava Aiton) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra Willd.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* Hybrid Horse chestnut (Aesculus x neglecta) [native] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets. Usually not very abundant where it occurs and perhaps only repeatedly escaping and not truly naturalizing.(Aesculus hippocastanum)
* Red Horsechestnut (Aesculus x carnea 'Briotii') [native] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets. Usually not very abundant where it occurs and perhaps only repeatedly escaping and not truly naturalizing.(Aesculus hippocastanum)
* Hybrid Horse chestnut (Aesculus x neglecta) [native] Lawn Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets. Usually not very abundant where it occurs and perhaps only repeatedly escaping and not truly naturalizing.(Aesculus hippocastanum)
* Red Horsechestnut (Aesculus x carnea 'Briotii') [native] Lawn Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets. Usually not very abundant where it occurs and perhaps only repeatedly escaping and not truly naturalizing.(Aesculus hippocastanum)
* horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) forest edges and thickets.
* Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra Willd.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* yellow buckeye (Aesculus flava Aiton) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum L.) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) forest edges and thickets.
* Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra Willd.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* yellow buckeye (Aesculus flava Aiton) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aesculus hippocastanum L. (same genus); Widely cultivated and rarely naturalizing to forest edges and thickets.
* fool's parsley (Aethusa cynapium L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* fool's parsley (Aethusa cynapium L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* fool's parsley (Aethusa cynapium L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* fool's parsley (Aethusa cynapium L.) [introduced] Shrubland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slenderleaf false foxglove (Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl)Raf.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* slender-leaf false foxglove (Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf. var. parviflora (Nutt.) Pennell) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf. var. tenuifolia (same genus); Forest edges, thin canopied forests, woodlands, roadsides, and disturbed soils often in dry coarse grained soils.
* smallflower false foxglove (Agalinis paupercula (Gray)Britt.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* purple false foxglove (Agalinis purpurea (L.)Pennell) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slender-leaf false foxglove (Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf. var. parviflora (Nutt.) Pennell) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf. var. tenuifolia (same genus); Forest edges, thin canopied forests, woodlands, roadsides, and disturbed soils often in dry coarse grained soils.
* purple false foxglove (Agalinis purpurea (L.)Pennell) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slenderleaf false foxglove (Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl)Raf.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* slender-leaf false foxglove (Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf. var. parviflora (Nutt.) Pennell) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf. var. tenuifolia (same genus); Forest edges, thin canopied forests, woodlands, roadsides, and disturbed soils often in dry coarse grained soils.
* smallflower false foxglove (Agalinis paupercula (Gray)Britt.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* purple false foxglove (Agalinis purpurea (L.)Pennell) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple false foxglove (Agalinis purpurea (L.)Pennell) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tenlobe false foxglove (Agalinis obtusifolia Raf.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis maritima (Raf.) Raf. var. maritima (same genus); High salt marshes
* saltmarsh false foxglove (Agalinis maritima (Raf.)Raf.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) High salt marshes often within stands of Spartina alterniflora and Spartina patens. Generally, occurring where the Spartina spp. are thin and some soils are exposed.
* threadleaf false foxglove (Agalinis setacea (J.F. Gmel.) Raf.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis maritima (Raf.) Raf. var. maritima (same genus); High salt marshes
* earleaf false foxglove (Agalinis auriculata (Michx.) S.F. Blake) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis maritima (Raf.) Raf. var. maritima (same genus); High salt marshes
* sandplain gerardia (Agalinis acuta Pennell) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis maritima (Raf.) Raf. var. maritima (same genus); High salt marshes
* beach false foxglove (Agalinis fasciculata (Elliot) Raf.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agalinis maritima (Raf.) Raf. var. maritima (same genus); High salt marshes
* yellow giant hyssop (Agastache nepetoides (L.)Kuntze) [native] Cliffs Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, talus or rocky slopes, edges of forests
* purple giant hyssop (Agastache scrophulariifolia (Willd.)Kuntze) [native] Cliffs Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Rivers, streams, lakes, talus or rocky slopes, forests
* yellow giant hyssop (Agastache nepetoides (L.)Kuntze) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, talus or rocky slopes, edges of forests
* purple giant hyssop (Agastache scrophulariifolia (Willd.)Kuntze) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Rivers, streams, lakes, talus or rocky slopes, forests
* blue giant-hyssop (Agastache foeniculum (Pursh) Kuntze) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated and perhaps very rarely naturalizing
* yellow giant hyssop (Agastache nepetoides (L.)Kuntze) [native] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, talus or rocky slopes, edges of forests
* yellow giant hyssop (Agastache nepetoides (L.)Kuntze) [native] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, talus or rocky slopes, edges of forests
* yellow giant hyssop (Agastache nepetoides (L.)Kuntze) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, talus or rocky slopes, edges of forests
* purple giant hyssop (Agastache scrophulariifolia (Willd.)Kuntze) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Rivers, streams, lakes, talus or rocky slopes, forests
* yellow giant hyssop (Agastache nepetoides (L.)Kuntze) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, talus or rocky slopes, edges of forests
* purple giant hyssop (Agastache scrophulariifolia (Willd.)Kuntze) [native] Stream Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Rivers, streams, lakes, talus or rocky slopes, forests
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Cultivated field Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Garden Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Lawn Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Pavement and buildings Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.)King&H.E.Robins.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach var. aromatica) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.)King&H.E.Robins.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach var. aromatica) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.)King&H.E.Robins.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach var. aromatica) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H. Rob. var. altissima) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.)King&H.E.Robins.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach var. aromatica) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.)King&H.E.Robins.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* lesser snakeroot (Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach var. aromatica) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H.E. Robins. var. altissima (same genus); A variety of mesic to slightly wetter forest types, shaded stream banks, shaded shale talus of ravines. In the warmer parts of the state it is quite weedy and does particularly well in successional forests, floodplain forests, and disturbed forests. In cooler parts of the state this species become more particular and prefers richer areas sometimes near but not in seeps.
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.) King & H. Rob. var. altissima) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* white snakeroot (Ageratina altissima (L.)King&H.E.Robins.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) [native] Disturbed Land Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia rostellata Wallr.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Predominately dry-mesic oak-hickory forests and woodlands often in coarse grained or rocky calcareous to circumneutral soils but also openings in forests and rich mesic forests.
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia striata Michx.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, floodplain forests, successional and weedy forests, stream banks, and roadsides often in mesic to wet-mesic disturbed soils.
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* smallfruit agrimony (Agrimonia microcarpa Wallr.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia rostellata Wallr. (same genus); Predominately dry-mesic oak-hickory forests and woodlands often in coarse grained or rocky calcareous to circumneutral soils but also openings in forests and rich mesic forests.
* harvestlice (Agrimonia parviflora Ait.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, wet open forests, and edges of marshes in non-shaded to partly shaded wet-mesic to wet soils
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia striata Michx.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, floodplain forests, successional and weedy forests, stream banks, and roadsides often in mesic to wet-mesic disturbed soils.
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia striata Michx.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, floodplain forests, successional and weedy forests, stream banks, and roadsides often in mesic to wet-mesic disturbed soils.
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* harvestlice (Agrimonia parviflora Ait.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, wet open forests, and edges of marshes in non-shaded to partly shaded wet-mesic to wet soils
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* harvestlice (Agrimonia parviflora Ait.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, wet open forests, and edges of marshes in non-shaded to partly shaded wet-mesic to wet soils
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia striata Michx.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, floodplain forests, successional and weedy forests, stream banks, and roadsides often in mesic to wet-mesic disturbed soils.
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* smallfruit agrimony (Agrimonia microcarpa Wallr.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia rostellata Wallr. (same genus); Predominately dry-mesic oak-hickory forests and woodlands often in coarse grained or rocky calcareous to circumneutral soils but also openings in forests and rich mesic forests.
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia rostellata Wallr.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Predominately dry-mesic oak-hickory forests and woodlands often in coarse grained or rocky calcareous to circumneutral soils but also openings in forests and rich mesic forests.
* harvestlice (Agrimonia parviflora Ait.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, wet open forests, and edges of marshes in non-shaded to partly shaded wet-mesic to wet soils
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia striata Michx.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, floodplain forests, successional and weedy forests, stream banks, and roadsides often in mesic to wet-mesic disturbed soils.
* soft agrimony (Agrimonia pubescens Wallr.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry-mesic to mesic oak-hickory forests and woodlands.
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia striata Michx.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, floodplain forests, successional and weedy forests, stream banks, and roadsides often in mesic to wet-mesic disturbed soils.
* churchsteeples (Agrimonia eupatoria L.) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* tall hairy agrimony (Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils. A plant of a wide variety of habitats but usually growing in relatively small populations. (Agrimonia gryposepala)
* woodland groovebur (Agrimonia striata Michx.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Pastures, successional fields, thickets, floodplain forests, successional and weedy forests, stream banks, and roadsides often in mesic to wet-mesic disturbed soils.
* crested wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) around grain facilities, and beaches.
* crested wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) around grain facilities, and beaches.
* common corncockle (Agrostemma githago L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common corncockle (Agrostemma githago L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common corncockle (Agrostemma githago L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common corncockle (Agrostemma githago L.) [introduced] Shrubland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* colonial bentgrass (Agrostis capillaris L.) [introduced] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rocky summits and ridges, openings in dry-mesic forests, disturbed soils, edges of railroads, and gravel pits. Growing in both intact native habitats as well as anthopogenically disturbed sites.
* rough bentgrass (Agrostis scabra Willd.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floating logs and vegetation mats in ponds, edges of marshes on exposed soils, shale and fine talus slopes in woodlands or openings, and roadsides. Occurs in saturated to dry soils and appears to do best in open soils in full sun.
* colonial bentgrass (Agrostis capillaris L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rocky summits and ridges, openings in dry-mesic forests, disturbed soils, edges of railroads, and gravel pits. Growing in both intact native habitats as well as anthopogenically disturbed sites.
* winter bentgrass (Agrostis hyemalis (Walt.)B.S.P.) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redtop (Agrostis gigantea Roth) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides, fields, pastures, thickets, and disturbed soils.
* brown bentgrass (Agrostis vinealis Schreb.) [native] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrostis canina (same genus) Alpine or subalpine zones, anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), meadows and fields
* velvet bentgrass (Agrostis canina L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides, edges of trails, and disturbed soils.
* colonial bentgrass (Agrostis capillaris L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rocky summits and ridges, openings in dry-mesic forests, disturbed soils, edges of railroads, and gravel pits. Growing in both intact native habitats as well as anthopogenically disturbed sites.
* redtop (Agrostis gigantea Roth) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides, fields, pastures, thickets, and disturbed soils.
* upland bentgrass (Agrostis perennans (Walt.)Tuckerman) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic forests sometimes on edges of forested streams.
* rough bentgrass (Agrostis scabra Willd.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floating logs and vegetation mats in ponds, edges of marshes on exposed soils, shale and fine talus slopes in woodlands or openings, and roadsides. Occurs in saturated to dry soils and appears to do best in open soils in full sun.
* rough bentgrass (Agrostis scabra Willd.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floating logs and vegetation mats in ponds, edges of marshes on exposed soils, shale and fine talus slopes in woodlands or openings, and roadsides. Occurs in saturated to dry soils and appears to do best in open soils in full sun.
* creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* brown bentgrass (Agrostis vinealis Schreb.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrostis canina (same genus) Alpine or subalpine zones, anthropogenic (man-made or disturbed habitats), meadows and fields
* redtop (Agrostis gigantea Roth) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides, fields, pastures, thickets, and disturbed soils.
* rough bentgrass (Agrostis scabra Willd.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floating logs and vegetation mats in ponds, edges of marshes on exposed soils, shale and fine talus slopes in woodlands or openings, and roadsides. Occurs in saturated to dry soils and appears to do best in open soils in full sun.
* colonial bentgrass (Agrostis capillaris L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rocky summits and ridges, openings in dry-mesic forests, disturbed soils, edges of railroads, and gravel pits. Growing in both intact native habitats as well as anthopogenically disturbed sites.
* creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* velvet bentgrass (Agrostis canina L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides, edges of trails, and disturbed soils.
* rough bentgrass (Agrostis scabra Willd.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floating logs and vegetation mats in ponds, edges of marshes on exposed soils, shale and fine talus slopes in woodlands or openings, and roadsides. Occurs in saturated to dry soils and appears to do best in open soils in full sun.
* redtop (Agrostis gigantea Roth) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides, fields, pastures, thickets, and disturbed soils.
* rough bentgrass (Agrostis scabra Willd.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floating logs and vegetation mats in ponds, edges of marshes on exposed soils, shale and fine talus slopes in woodlands or openings, and roadsides. Occurs in saturated to dry soils and appears to do best in open soils in full sun.
* creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redtop (Agrostis gigantea Roth) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides, fields, pastures, thickets, and disturbed soils.
* creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle) [introduced] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle) [introduced] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle) [introduced] Salt marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Swingle) [introduced] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* yellow hairgrass (Aira praecox L.) [introduced] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Aira caryophyllea L.
* silver hairgrass (Aira caryophyllea L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Edges of forests, utility rights-of-ways, and disturbed sites often in sandy soils.
* silver hairgrass (Aira caryophyllea L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Edges of forests, utility rights-of-ways, and disturbed sites often in sandy soils.
* yellow hairgrass (Aira praecox L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Aira caryophyllea L.
* yellow hairgrass (Aira praecox L.) [introduced] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Aira caryophyllea L.
* yellow hairgrass (Aira praecox L.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Aira caryophyllea L.
* silver hairgrass (Aira caryophyllea L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Edges of forests, utility rights-of-ways, and disturbed sites often in sandy soils.
* Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* blue bugle (Ajuga genevensis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Ajuga reptans L.
* common bugle (Ajuga reptans L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated, persisting, and occasionally naturalizing to roadsides, disturbed soils, and lawns.
* blue bugle (Ajuga genevensis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Ajuga reptans L.
* common bugle (Ajuga reptans L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated, persisting, and occasionally naturalizing to roadsides, disturbed soils, and lawns.
* blue bugle (Ajuga genevensis L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used genus from Ajuga reptans L.
* common bugle (Ajuga reptans L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated, persisting, and occasionally naturalizing to roadsides, disturbed soils, and lawns.
* chocolate vine (Akebia quinata (Houtt.) Dcne.) [introduced] Cliffs Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields, forests, ledges
* chocolate vine (Akebia quinata (Houtt.) Dcne.) [introduced] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields, forests, ledges
* chocolate vine (Akebia quinata (Houtt.) Dcne.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields, forests, ledges
* chocolate vine (Akebia quinata (Houtt.) Dcne.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields, forests, ledges
* chocolate vine (Akebia quinata (Houtt.) Dcne.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields, forests, ledges
* chocolate vine (Akebia quinata (Houtt.) Dcne.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields, forests, ledges
* Eurasian Skylark (Alauda arvensis) [introduced] Cultivated field Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open country such as beaches, pastures, short-grass fields, cultivated land, golf courses, playing fields, and airfields. Avoids wet ground.
* Eurasian Skylark (Alauda arvensis) [introduced] Disturbed Land Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open country such as beaches, pastures, short-grass fields, cultivated land, golf courses, playing fields, and airfields. Avoids wet ground.
* Eurasian Skylark (Alauda arvensis) [introduced] Garden Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open country such as beaches, pastures, short-grass fields, cultivated land, golf courses, playing fields, and airfields. Avoids wet ground.
* Eurasian Skylark (Alauda arvensis) [introduced] Lawn Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open country such as beaches, pastures, short-grass fields, cultivated land, golf courses, playing fields, and airfields. Avoids wet ground.
* Eurasian Skylark (Alauda arvensis) [introduced] Meadow Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open country such as beaches, pastures, short-grass fields, cultivated land, golf courses, playing fields, and airfields. Avoids wet ground.
* Eurasian Skylark (Alauda arvensis) [introduced] Shrubland Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open country such as beaches, pastures, short-grass fields, cultivated land, golf courses, playing fields, and airfields. Avoids wet ground.
* silktree (Albizia julibrissin Durazz.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* silktree (Albizia julibrissin Durazz.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* silktree (Albizia julibrissin Durazz.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Bonefish (Albula vulpes) [native] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; brackish; Inhabits shallow coastal waters, estuaries and bays, over sand and mud bottoms
* Bonefish (Albula vulpes) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; brackish; Inhabits shallow coastal waters, estuaries and bays, over sand and mud bottoms
* Razorbill (Alca torda) [native] Beach Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine, coastal and continental-shelf waters; More likely than other large Alcidae to breed in large estuaries with reduced salinity
* Razorbill (Alca torda) [native] Deep estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine, coastal and continental-shelf waters; More likely than other large Alcidae to breed in large estuaries with reduced salinity
* Razorbill (Alca torda) [native] Eelgrass meadow Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine, coastal and continental-shelf waters; More likely than other large Alcidae to breed in large estuaries with reduced salinity
* Razorbill (Alca torda) [native] Estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine, coastal and continental-shelf waters; More likely than other large Alcidae to breed in large estuaries with reduced salinity
* hollyhock (Alcea rosea L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* hollyhock (Alcea rosea L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* hollyhock (Alcea rosea L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* Moose (Alces alces) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Moose (Alces alces) [native] Cultivated field Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Moose (Alces alces) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Moose (Alces alces) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Moose (Alces alces) [native] Meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Moose (Alces alces) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Moose (Alces alces) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* African Pompano (threadfin) (Alectis ciliaris) [introduced] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* African Pompano (threadfin) (Alectis ciliaris) [introduced] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* golden colicroot (Aletris aurea Walter) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aletris farinosa (same genus) Grassland, meadows and fields, sandplains and barrens, woodlands
* white colicroot (Aletris farinosa L.) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) meadows or fields, woodlands, sandplains or barrens, grasslands
* white colicroot (Aletris farinosa L.) [native] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) meadows or fields, woodlands, sandplains or barrens, grasslands
* white colicroot (Aletris farinosa L.) [native] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) meadows or fields, woodlands, sandplains or barrens, grasslands
* golden colicroot (Aletris aurea Walter) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aletris farinosa (same genus) Grassland, meadows and fields, sandplains and barrens, woodlands
* white colicroot (Aletris farinosa L.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) meadows or fields, woodlands, sandplains or barrens, grasslands
* golden colicroot (Aletris aurea Walter) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aletris farinosa (same genus) Grassland, meadows and fields, sandplains and barrens, woodlands
* white colicroot (Aletris farinosa L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) meadows or fields, woodlands, sandplains or barrens, grasslands
* northern water plantain (Alisma triviale Pursh) [native] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* northern water plantain (Alisma triviale Pursh) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* waterplaintain (Alisma subcordatum Raf.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)  Edges of streams, rivers, ponds, and marshes
* northern water plantain (Alisma triviale Pursh) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* waterplaintain (Alisma subcordatum Raf.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)  Edges of streams, rivers, ponds, and marshes
* northern water plantain (Alisma triviale Pursh) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* waterplaintain (Alisma subcordatum Raf.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)  Edges of streams, rivers, ponds, and marshes
* northern water plantain (Alisma triviale Pursh) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* waterplaintain (Alisma subcordatum Raf.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)  Edges of streams, rivers, ponds, and marshes
* northern water plantain (Alisma triviale Pursh) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Dovekie (Alle alle) [native] Beach Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) nests among steep scree, talus slopes, and rubble at the foot of cliffs of coastal mountains
* Dovekie (Alle alle) [native] Cliffs Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) nests among steep scree, talus slopes, and rubble at the foot of cliffs of coastal mountains
* Dovekie (Alle alle) [native] Deep estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) nests among steep scree, talus slopes, and rubble at the foot of cliffs of coastal mountains
* Dovekie (Alle alle) [native] Estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) nests among steep scree, talus slopes, and rubble at the foot of cliffs of coastal mountains
* Dovekie (Alle alle) [native] Salt marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) nests among steep scree, talus slopes, and rubble at the foot of cliffs of coastal mountains
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata (M. Bieb.) Cavara & Grande) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* nodding onion (Allium cernuum Roth) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry shaley and rocky forested slopes, bluffs, barrens and woodlands. Mostly on south or west facing upper slopes often with at most partial shade.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum L. var. sibiricum (L.) Hartm.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Allium schoenoprasum (same genus) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* meadow garlic (Allium canadense L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, alluvial thickets, banks of streams, and rich low forests. Sometimes a little weedy. Mostly restricted to rich deep alluvial soils.
* nodding onion (Allium cernuum Roth) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry shaley and rocky forested slopes, bluffs, barrens and woodlands. Mostly on south or west facing upper slopes often with at most partial shade.
* wild leek (Allium tricoccum Ait.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic hardwood forests. Often growing with a diverse and thick herbaceous layer. It often forms very large patches.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum L. var. sibiricum (L.) Hartm.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Allium schoenoprasum (same genus) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* field garlic (Allium oleraceum L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Allium vineale L.
* garden leek (Allium porrum L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Allium vineale L.
* cultivated garlic (Allium sativum L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Commonly cultivated, sometimes persisting, and also adventive but not permanently naturalizing.
* sand leek (Allium scorodoprasum L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Allium vineale L.
* wild garlic (Allium vineale L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* broadleaf wild leek (Allium ampeloprasum L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides and disturbed places.
* meadow garlic (Allium canadense L.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, alluvial thickets, banks of streams, and rich low forests. Sometimes a little weedy. Mostly restricted to rich deep alluvial soils.
* wild leek (Allium tricoccum Ait.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic hardwood forests. Often growing with a diverse and thick herbaceous layer. It often forms very large patches.
* meadow garlic (Allium canadense L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, alluvial thickets, banks of streams, and rich low forests. Sometimes a little weedy. Mostly restricted to rich deep alluvial soils.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum L. var. sibiricum (L.) Hartm.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Allium schoenoprasum (same genus) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* nodding onion (Allium cernuum Roth) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry shaley and rocky forested slopes, bluffs, barrens and woodlands. Mostly on south or west facing upper slopes often with at most partial shade.
* wild leek (Allium tricoccum Ait.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rich mesic hardwood forests. Often growing with a diverse and thick herbaceous layer. It often forms very large patches.
* broadleaf wild leek (Allium ampeloprasum L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Roadsides and disturbed places.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum L. var. sibiricum (L.) Hartm.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Allium schoenoprasum (same genus) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* wild chives (Allium schoenoprasum L. var. sibiricum (L.) Hartm.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Allium schoenoprasum (same genus) Cultivated and persisting. Also occasionally naturalized to fields and thickets. Native populations occur in northern New England on rocky ledges and shores adjacent to rivers.
* meadow garlic (Allium canadense L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, alluvial thickets, banks of streams, and rich low forests. Sometimes a little weedy. Mostly restricted to rich deep alluvial soils.
* European alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hazel alder (Alnus serrulata (Ait.)Willd.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hazel alder (Alnus serrulata (Ait.)Willd.) [native] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* seaside alder (Alnus maritima (Marsh.) Muhl. ex Nutt.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Alnus serrulata (same genus) Stream banks, wet thickets, and ditches
* speckled alder (Alnus incana (L.)Moenchssp.rugosa(DuRoi)Clausen) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* speckled alder (Alnus incana (L.)Moenchssp.rugosa(DuRoi)Clausen) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* speckled alder (Alnus incana (L.)Moenchssp.rugosa(DuRoi)Clausen) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hazel alder (Alnus serrulata (Ait.)Willd.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* speckled alder (Alnus incana (L.)Moenchssp.rugosa(DuRoi)Clausen) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hazel alder (Alnus serrulata (Ait.)Willd.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* speckled alder (Alnus incana (L.)Moenchssp.rugosa(DuRoi)Clausen) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* seaside alder (Alnus maritima (Marsh.) Muhl. ex Nutt.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Alnus serrulata (same genus) Stream banks, wet thickets, and ditches
* hazel alder (Alnus serrulata (Ait.)Willd.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* water foxtail (Alopecurus geniculatus L.) [introduced] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* slender meadow foxtail (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.) [introduced] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* meadow foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis L.) [introduced] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Wet-mesic fields, maritime dunes, and disturbed soils.
* water foxtail (Alopecurus geniculatus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* slender meadow foxtail (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* meadow foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Wet-mesic fields, maritime dunes, and disturbed soils.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* water foxtail (Alopecurus geniculatus L.) [introduced] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* Carolina foxtail (Alopecurus carolinianus Walter) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Alopecurus aequalis (same genus) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* slender meadow foxtail (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.) [introduced] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol. var. aequalis) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* meadow foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis L.) [introduced] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Wet-mesic fields, maritime dunes, and disturbed soils.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol. var. aequalis) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* water foxtail (Alopecurus geniculatus L.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* Carolina foxtail (Alopecurus carolinianus Walter) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Alopecurus aequalis (same genus) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* slender meadow foxtail (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Alopecurus pratensis L.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* meadow foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis L.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Wet-mesic fields, maritime dunes, and disturbed soils.
* Carolina foxtail (Alopecurus carolinianus Walter) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Alopecurus aequalis (same genus) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol. var. aequalis) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* Carolina foxtail (Alopecurus carolinianus Walter) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Alopecurus aequalis (same genus) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* shortawn foxtail (Alopecurus aequalis Sobol. var. aequalis) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marshes, swamps, and occasionally wet roadsides.
* Thresher Shark (Alopias vulpinus) [native] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; pelagic-oceanic;
* Thresher Shark (Alopias vulpinus) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; pelagic-oceanic;
* Blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) [native] Deep estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) [native] Deep estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American shad (Alosa sapidissima) [native] Deep estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) [native] Eelgrass meadow NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) [native] Eelgrass meadow NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) [native] Estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) [native] Estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American shad (Alosa sapidissima) [native] Estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Hickory shad (Alosa mediocris) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; freshwater; brackish; pelagic-neritic; anadromous found in marine waters, along the coast; also estuaries, tidal rivers and tributaries
* Blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) [native] Freshwater marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) [native] Freshwater marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American shad (Alosa sapidissima) [native] Freshwater marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) [native] Pond NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) [native] Salt marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) [native] Salt marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American shad (Alosa sapidissima) [native] Salt marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Hickory shad (Alosa mediocris) [native] Salt marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; freshwater; brackish; pelagic-neritic; anadromous found in marine waters, along the coast; also estuaries, tidal rivers and tributaries
* Blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis) [native] Stream NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) [native] Stream NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Hickory shad (Alosa mediocris) [native] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; freshwater; brackish; pelagic-neritic; anadromous found in marine waters, along the coast; also estuaries, tidal rivers and tributaries
* hairy marshmallow (Althaea hirsuta L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Althaea officinalis L.
* common marshmallow (Althaea officinalis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hairy marshmallow (Althaea hirsuta L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Althaea officinalis L.
* common marshmallow (Althaea officinalis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Orange filefish (Aluterus schoepfii) [native] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; Usually found over bottoms with seagrass, sand, or mud
* Orange filefish (Aluterus schoepfii) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; Usually found over bottoms with seagrass, sand, or mud
* Orange filefish (Aluterus schoepfii) [native] Salt marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; Usually found over bottoms with seagrass, sand, or mud
* pale madwort (Alyssum alyssoides (L.) L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alyssum alyssoides (Alyssum calycinum L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* pale madwort (Alyssum alyssoides (L.) L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alyssum alyssoides (Alyssum calycinum L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* pale madwort (Alyssum alyssoides (L.) L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alyssum alyssoides (Alyssum calycinum L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* pale madwort (Alyssum alyssoides (L.) L.) [introduced] Shrubland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Alyssum alyssoides (Alyssum calycinum L.) [introduced] Shrubland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* seaside amaranth (Amaranthus pumilus Raf.) [native] Beach Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* prostrate pigweed (Amaranthus albus L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Powell's pigweed (Amaranthus powellii S. Watson) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amaranthus albus (same genus) Waste places, ballast, cultivated fields, and banks of creeks.
* love-lies-bleeding (Amaranthus caudatus L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* rough-fruit amaranth (Amaranthus tuberculatus (Moq.) Sauer) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amaranthus albus (same genus) Waste places, ballast, cultivated fields, and banks of creeks.
* crispleaf amaranth (Amaranthus crispus (Lesp. & Thev.) N. Terracc.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* carelessweed (Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redroot amaranth (Amaranthus retroflexus L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* spiny amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slender amaranth (Amaranthus viridis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slim amaranth (Amaranthus hybridus L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Prince-of-Wales feather (Amaranthus hypochondriacus L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Powell's pigweed (Amaranthus powellii S. Watson) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amaranthus albus (same genus) Waste places, ballast, cultivated fields, and banks of creeks.
* prostrate pigweed (Amaranthus albus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* rough-fruit amaranth (Amaranthus tuberculatus (Moq.) Sauer) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amaranthus albus (same genus) Waste places, ballast, cultivated fields, and banks of creeks.
* mat amaranth (Amaranthus blitoides S. Wats.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple amaranth (Amaranthus blitum L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* love-lies-bleeding (Amaranthus caudatus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* crispleaf amaranth (Amaranthus crispus (Lesp. & Thev.) N. Terracc.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slim amaranth (Amaranthus hybridus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Prince-of-Wales feather (Amaranthus hypochondriacus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red amaranth (Amaranthus cruentus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* carelessweed (Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redroot amaranth (Amaranthus retroflexus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* spiny amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slender amaranth (Amaranthus viridis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tidalmarsh amaranth (Amaranthus cannabinus (L.)Sauer) [native] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* prostrate pigweed (Amaranthus albus L.) [introduced] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* mat amaranth (Amaranthus blitoides S. Wats.) [introduced] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tidalmarsh amaranth (Amaranthus cannabinus (L.)Sauer) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* love-lies-bleeding (Amaranthus caudatus L.) [introduced] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* crispleaf amaranth (Amaranthus crispus (Lesp. & Thev.) N. Terracc.) [introduced] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Prince-of-Wales feather (Amaranthus hypochondriacus L.) [introduced] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* carelessweed (Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats.) [introduced] Lawn Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Prince-of-Wales feather (Amaranthus hypochondriacus L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Powell's pigweed (Amaranthus powellii S. Watson) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amaranthus albus (same genus) Waste places, ballast, cultivated fields, and banks of creeks.
* prostrate pigweed (Amaranthus albus L.) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* rough-fruit amaranth (Amaranthus tuberculatus (Moq.) Sauer) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amaranthus albus (same genus) Waste places, ballast, cultivated fields, and banks of creeks.
* mat amaranth (Amaranthus blitoides S. Wats.) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) [introduced] Eelgrass meadow Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Adults inhabit vegetated and brushy stream margins and pools of creeks and small to medium rivers, and rocky and vegetated margins of lakes
* Rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) [introduced] Forested wetland Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Adults inhabit vegetated and brushy stream margins and pools of creeks and small to medium rivers, and rocky and vegetated margins of lakes
* Rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Adults inhabit vegetated and brushy stream margins and pools of creeks and small to medium rivers, and rocky and vegetated margins of lakes
* Rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) [introduced] Pond Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Adults inhabit vegetated and brushy stream margins and pools of creeks and small to medium rivers, and rocky and vegetated margins of lakes
* Rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) [introduced] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Adults inhabit vegetated and brushy stream margins and pools of creeks and small to medium rivers, and rocky and vegetated margins of lakes
* annual ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) [native] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* great ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* annual ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* great ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Cuman ragweed (Ambrosia psilostachya DC.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Fields and roadsides.
* Cuman ragweed (Ambrosia psilostachya DC.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Fields and roadsides.
* annual ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) [native] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* great ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue Spotted Salamander Complex (Ambystoma laterale) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Eastern Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Cultivated field Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Eastern Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Garden Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Lawn Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Lawn Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Eastern Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue Spotted Salamander Complex (Ambystoma laterale) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue Spotted Salamander Complex (Ambystoma laterale) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jefferson Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* White catfish (Ameiurus catus) [native] Eelgrass meadow Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; potamodromous. Sluggish, mud-bottomed pools, open channels, and backwaters of small to large rivers; also in lakes and impoundments.
* Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) [native] Eelgrass meadow Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Pools, backwaters, and sluggish current over soft substrate in creeks and small to large rivers; oxbows, ponds, and impoundments
* Brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus) [native] Eelgrass meadow Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; brackish; demersal; Occurs in pools and sluggish runs over soft substrates in creeks and small to large rivers. Also found in impoundments, lakes, and ponds.
* Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) [native] Forested wetland Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Pools, backwaters, and sluggish current over soft substrate in creeks and small to large rivers; oxbows, ponds, and impoundments
* White catfish (Ameiurus catus) [native] Forested wetland Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; potamodromous. Sluggish, mud-bottomed pools, open channels, and backwaters of small to large rivers; also in lakes and impoundments.
* Brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus) [native] Forested wetland Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; brackish; demersal; Occurs in pools and sluggish runs over soft substrates in creeks and small to large rivers. Also found in impoundments, lakes, and ponds.
* White catfish (Ameiurus catus) [native] Freshwater marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; potamodromous. Sluggish, mud-bottomed pools, open channels, and backwaters of small to large rivers; also in lakes and impoundments.
* Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) [native] Freshwater marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Pools, backwaters, and sluggish current over soft substrate in creeks and small to large rivers; oxbows, ponds, and impoundments
* Brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus) [native] Freshwater marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; brackish; demersal; Occurs in pools and sluggish runs over soft substrates in creeks and small to large rivers. Also found in impoundments, lakes, and ponds.
* White catfish (Ameiurus catus) [native] Pond Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; potamodromous. Sluggish, mud-bottomed pools, open channels, and backwaters of small to large rivers; also in lakes and impoundments.
* Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) [native] Pond Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Pools, backwaters, and sluggish current over soft substrate in creeks and small to large rivers; oxbows, ponds, and impoundments
* Brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus) [native] Pond Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; brackish; demersal; Occurs in pools and sluggish runs over soft substrates in creeks and small to large rivers. Also found in impoundments, lakes, and ponds.
* White catfish (Ameiurus catus) [native] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; potamodromous. Sluggish, mud-bottomed pools, open channels, and backwaters of small to large rivers; also in lakes and impoundments.
* Yellow bullhead (Ameiurus natalis) [native] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Pools, backwaters, and sluggish current over soft substrate in creeks and small to large rivers; oxbows, ponds, and impoundments
* Brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus) [native] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; brackish; demersal; Occurs in pools and sluggish runs over soft substrates in creeks and small to large rivers. Also found in impoundments, lakes, and ponds.
* coastal serviceberry (Amelanchier obovalis (Michx.) Ashe) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* low service-berry (Amelanchier humilis) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Bluffs, tops of cliffs and rock outcrops, ledges, rocky summits, openings in forests, and less commonly in adjacent forested slopes in thin dry to dry-mesic calcareous soils.
* thicket shadbush (Amelanchier spicata) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* running serviceberry (Amelanchier stolonifera Wieg.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* Huron serviceberry (Amelanchier sanguinea (Pursh) DC.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Bluffs, tops of cliffs and rock outcrops, ledges, and roadsides in thin dry to dry-mesic often rocky soils.
* Allegheny serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis Wiegand) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* Nantucket serviceberry (Amelanchier nantucketensis E.P. Bicknell) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* low service-berry (Amelanchier humilis) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Bluffs, tops of cliffs and rock outcrops, ledges, rocky summits, openings in forests, and less commonly in adjacent forested slopes in thin dry to dry-mesic calcareous soils.
* coastal serviceberry (Amelanchier obovalis (Michx.) Ashe) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* Canadian serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis (L.)Medik.) [native] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* thicket shadbush (Amelanchier spicata) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* running serviceberry (Amelanchier stolonifera Wieg.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* oblongfruit serviceberry (Amelanchier bartramiana (Tausch) M. Roem.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Northern hardwood and mixed hardwood-coniferous forests, forest edges, opening in forests, and peatlands.
* common serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea (Michx.f.)Fern.) [native] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Nantucket serviceberry (Amelanchier nantucketensis E.P. Bicknell) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* Allegheny serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis Wiegand) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* running serviceberry (Amelanchier stolonifera Wieg.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* intermediate serviceberry (Amelanchier ×intermedia Spach (pro sp.) [arborea × canadensis]) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hummocks in forested swamps, shrub swamps, openings in swamps, marshes, wet thickets, and rich fens.
* Nantucket serviceberry (Amelanchier nantucketensis E.P. Bicknell) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* coastal serviceberry (Amelanchier obovalis (Michx.) Ashe) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* Allegheny serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis Wiegand) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* intermediate serviceberry (Amelanchier ×intermedia Spach (pro sp.) [arborea × canadensis]) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hummocks in forested swamps, shrub swamps, openings in swamps, marshes, wet thickets, and rich fens.
* low service-berry (Amelanchier humilis) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) None % (0 - 100) Bluffs, tops of cliffs and rock outcrops, ledges, rocky summits, openings in forests, and less commonly in adjacent forested slopes in thin dry to dry-mesic calcareous soils.
* thicket shadbush (Amelanchier spicata) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* running serviceberry (Amelanchier stolonifera Wieg.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* coastal serviceberry (Amelanchier obovalis (Michx.) Ashe) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* low service-berry (Amelanchier humilis) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Bluffs, tops of cliffs and rock outcrops, ledges, rocky summits, openings in forests, and less commonly in adjacent forested slopes in thin dry to dry-mesic calcareous soils.
* thicket shadbush (Amelanchier spicata) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* running serviceberry (Amelanchier stolonifera Wieg.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* Allegheny serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis Wiegand) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* Canadian serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis (L.)Medik.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* oblongfruit serviceberry (Amelanchier bartramiana (Tausch) M. Roem.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Northern hardwood and mixed hardwood-coniferous forests, forest edges, opening in forests, and peatlands.
* Nantucket serviceberry (Amelanchier nantucketensis E.P. Bicknell) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* thicket shadbush (Amelanchier spicata) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* Huron serviceberry (Amelanchier sanguinea (Pursh) DC.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Bluffs, tops of cliffs and rock outcrops, ledges, and roadsides in thin dry to dry-mesic often rocky soils.
* Nantucket serviceberry (Amelanchier nantucketensis E.P. Bicknell) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* Allegheny serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis Wiegand) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* coastal serviceberry (Amelanchier obovalis (Michx.) Ashe) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* intermediate serviceberry (Amelanchier ×intermedia Spach (pro sp.) [arborea × canadensis]) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hummocks in forested swamps, shrub swamps, openings in swamps, marshes, wet thickets, and rich fens.
* running serviceberry (Amelanchier stolonifera Wieg.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* Allegheny serviceberry (Amelanchier laevis Wiegand) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* thicket shadbush (Amelanchier spicata) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rock outcrops, rocky summits and openings, bluffs, forest edges, grasslands, successional fields, and roadsides in dry sandy to rocky acidic soils.
* Nantucket serviceberry (Amelanchier nantucketensis E.P. Bicknell) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* coastal serviceberry (Amelanchier obovalis (Michx.) Ashe) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Amelanchier laevis (same genus) Forests, forest edges, openings in forests, thickets, bluffs, rock outcrops, ledges, hummocks in swamps, and roadsides.
* roundleaf orchid (Amerorchis rotundifolia (Banks ex Pursh) Hultén) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aplectrum hyemale (same family) Mesic forests
* roundleaf orchid (Amerorchis rotundifolia (Banks ex Pursh) Hultén) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aplectrum hyemale (same family) Mesic forests
* Bowfin (Amia calva) [introduced] Eelgrass meadow Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal. Found in swampy, vegetated lakes and rivers
* Bowfin (Amia calva) [introduced] Forested wetland Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal. Found in swampy, vegetated lakes and rivers
* Bowfin (Amia calva) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal. Found in swampy, vegetated lakes and rivers
* Bowfin (Amia calva) [introduced] Pond Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal. Found in swampy, vegetated lakes and rivers
* Bowfin (Amia calva) [introduced] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal. Found in swampy, vegetated lakes and rivers
* flypoison (Amianthium muscitoxicum (Walt.)Gray) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used family from: Allium vineale L.
* purple ammannia (Ammannia coccinea Rottb.) [native] Freshwater marsh Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) It is generally found in moist areas, such as riverbanks and pond margins. It is weedy in some areas.
* pink redstem (Ammannia latifolia L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Ammannia coccinea
* purple ammannia (Ammannia coccinea Rottb.) [native] Pond Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) It is generally found in moist areas, such as riverbanks and pond margins. It is weedy in some areas.
* pink redstem (Ammannia latifolia L.) [native] Pond Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Ammannia coccinea
* purple ammannia (Ammannia coccinea Rottb.) [native] Stream Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) It is generally found in moist areas, such as riverbanks and pond margins. It is weedy in some areas.
* pink redstem (Ammannia latifolia L.) [native] Stream Wikipedia 2015 worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Ammannia coccinea
* Grasshopper Sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Cultivated field Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* Henslow's Sparrow (Ammodramus henslowii) [native] Cultivated field Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Grasshopper Sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum) [native] Cultivated field Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow (Ammodramus nelsoni) [native] Eelgrass meadow Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Forested wetland Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Freshwater marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow (Ammodramus nelsoni) [native] Freshwater marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Garden Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Lawn Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Meadow Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* Grasshopper Sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Pond Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow (Ammodramus nelsoni) [native] Salt marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Seaside Sparrow (Ammodramus maritimus) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Salt marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* Saltmarsh Sharp-tailed Sparrow (Ammodramus caudacutus) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Shrubland Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* Saltmarsh Sharp-tailed Sparrow (Ammodramus caudacutus) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Seaside Sparrow (Ammodramus maritimus) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* LeConte's Sparrow (Ammodramus leconteii) [native] Stream Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Prefers open habitat and marshy meadows; In areas with greater agricultural activity, may inhabit areas seemingly inappropriate; Moist habitats do not seem to be a requirement; birds were found in upland grass areas, such as large areas of undisturbed pasture or timothy hay
* American sand lance (Ammodytes americanus) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American sand lance (Ammodytes americanus) [native] Salt marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American beachgrass (Ammophila breviligulata Fern.) [native] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link) [introduced] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Ammophila breviligulata Fern.
* American beachgrass (Ammophila breviligulata Fern.) [native] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link) [introduced] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Ammophila breviligulata Fern.
* American beachgrass (Ammophila breviligulata Fern.) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Ammophila breviligulata Fern.
* American beachgrass (Ammophila breviligulata Fern.) [native] Freshwater marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Ammophila breviligulata Fern.
* American beachgrass (Ammophila breviligulata Fern.) [native] Salt marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link) [introduced] Salt marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Ammophila breviligulata Fern.
* American beachgrass (Ammophila breviligulata Fern.) [native] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* European beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link) [introduced] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Ammophila breviligulata Fern.
* desert false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats. Usually occurs in dense somewhat large patches but mostly occurs in widely scattered sites throughout at least parts of New York.
* desert false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa L.) [introduced] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats. Usually occurs in dense somewhat large patches but mostly occurs in widely scattered sites throughout at least parts of New York.
* desert false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats. Usually occurs in dense somewhat large patches but mostly occurs in widely scattered sites throughout at least parts of New York.
* desert false indigo (Amorpha fruticosa L.) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Lakes and stream edges, edges of forests, and thickets. Grows in both mesic to seasonally wet habitats. Usually occurs in dense somewhat large patches but mostly occurs in widely scattered sites throughout at least parts of New York.
* Amur peppervine (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata (Maxim.) Trautv.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Amur peppervine (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata (Maxim.) Trautv.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Amur peppervine (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata (Maxim.) Trautv.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American hogpeanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata (L.)Fern.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic hardwood forests and forested thickets. Sometimes occurs in wet-mesic soils but usually more of a mesic soil species.
* American hogpeanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata (L.)Fern.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic hardwood forests and forested thickets. Sometimes occurs in wet-mesic soils but usually more of a mesic soil species.
* American hogpeanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata (L.)Fern.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic hardwood forests and forested thickets. Sometimes occurs in wet-mesic soils but usually more of a mesic soil species.
* American hogpeanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata (L.)Fern.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic hardwood forests and forested thickets. Sometimes occurs in wet-mesic soils but usually more of a mesic soil species.
* blue maidencane (Amphicarpum purshii Kunth) [native] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Ammophila breviligulata (same family) Maritime dunes and also planted and naturalizing along the shores of Lake Ontario.
* coast buckthorn (Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr. var. intermedia (Fisch. & C.A. Mey.) Ganders) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* bugloss fiddleneck (Amsinckia lycopsoides Lehm.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* small-flower fiddleneck (Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* bugloss fiddleneck (Amsinckia lycopsoides Lehm.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* small-flower fiddleneck (Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* coast buckthorn (Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr. var. intermedia (Fisch. & C.A. Mey.) Ganders) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* coast buckthorn (Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr. var. intermedia (Fisch. & C.A. Mey.) Ganders) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* small-flower fiddleneck (Amsinckia menziesii (Lehm.) A. Nelson & J.F. Macbr.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* bugloss fiddleneck (Amsinckia lycopsoides Lehm.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Cynoglossum virginianum (same family) Openings and clearings in forests, edges of forests, and disturbed soils in rich sites.
* eastern bluestar (Amsonia tabernaemontana Walt.) [introduced] Beach Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* eastern bluestar (Amsonia tabernaemontana Walt.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* eastern bluestar (Amsonia tabernaemontana Walt.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* scarlet pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Disturbed sites, roadsides, waste places, and successional fields with thin or often sandy soils.
* scarlet pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Disturbed sites, roadsides, waste places, and successional fields with thin or often sandy soils.
* scarlet pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Disturbed sites, roadsides, waste places, and successional fields with thin or often sandy soils.
* western pearly everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea (L.)Benth.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western pearly everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea (L.)Benth.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western pearly everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea (L.)Benth.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western pearly everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea (L.)Benth.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western pearly everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea (L.)Benth.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* western pearly everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea (L.)Benth.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Green-winged Teal (Anas crecca) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Wigeon (Anas americana) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Gadwall (Anas strepera) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Pintail (Anas acuta) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Gadwall (Anas strepera) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Wigeon (Anas americana) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Pintail (Anas acuta) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Green-winged Teal (Anas crecca) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Gadwall (Anas strepera) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Eurasian Wigeon (Anas penelope) [native] Estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Wigeon (Anas americana) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Pintail (Anas acuta) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Green-winged Teal (Anas crecca) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Garden Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Lawn Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Pavement and buildings Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Gadwall (Anas strepera) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Wigeon (Anas americana) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Eurasian Wigeon (Anas penelope) [native] Pond Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Pintail (Anas acuta) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Green-winged Teal (Anas crecca) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Gadwall (Anas strepera) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Wigeon (Anas americana) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Green-winged Teal (Anas crecca) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Gadwall (Anas strepera) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Wigeon (Anas americana) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Northern Pintail (Anas acuta) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Green-winged Teal (Anas crecca) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* flounder (Anchoa Cayorum) [native] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; pelagic-oceanic;
* Bay anchovy (Anchoa mitchilli) [native] Eelgrass meadow NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* flounder (Anchoa Cayorum) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; pelagic-oceanic;
* Striped anchovy (Anchoa hepsetus) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; brackish; pelagic-neritic;
* Bay anchovy (Anchoa mitchilli) [native] Estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Bay anchovy (Anchoa mitchilli) [native] Freshwater marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Striped anchovy (Anchoa hepsetus) [native] Salt marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; brackish; pelagic-neritic;
* Bay anchovy (Anchoa mitchilli) [native] Salt marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* small bugloss (Anchusa arvensis (L.) M. Bieb.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common bugloss (Anchusa officinalis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* small bugloss (Anchusa arvensis (L.) M. Bieb.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* small bugloss (Anchusa arvensis (L.) M. Bieb.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common bugloss (Anchusa officinalis L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bog rosemary (Andromeda polifolia L. var. glaucophylla (Link) DC.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Acidic bogs. Often growing mixed with other shrubs and forming a dense low shrub thicket in bogs. Also growing on hummocks or rises in bogs in small shrub "islands".
* bog rosemary (Andromeda polifolia L. var. glaucophylla (Link) DC.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Acidic bogs. Often growing mixed with other shrubs and forming a dense low shrub thicket in bogs. Also growing on hummocks or rises in bogs in small shrub "islands".
* bog rosemary (Andromeda polifolia L. var. glaucophylla (Link) DC.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Acidic bogs. Often growing mixed with other shrubs and forming a dense low shrub thicket in bogs. Also growing on hummocks or rises in bogs in small shrub "islands".
* big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman) [native] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* bushy bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus (Walt.)B.S.P.) [native] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Andropogon gerardii Vitman
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe var. gyrans) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* splitbeard bluestem (Andropogon ternarius Michx.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* bushy bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus (Walt.)B.S.P.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Andropogon gerardii Vitman
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* broomsedge bluestem (Andropogon virginicus L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe var. gyrans) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* bushy bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus (Walt.)B.S.P.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Andropogon gerardii Vitman
* splitbeard bluestem (Andropogon ternarius Michx.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* broomsedge bluestem (Andropogon virginicus L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* splitbeard bluestem (Andropogon ternarius Michx.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* bushy bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus (Walt.)B.S.P.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Andropogon gerardii Vitman
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe var. gyrans) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* broomsedge bluestem (Andropogon virginicus L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe var. gyrans) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* splitbeard bluestem (Andropogon ternarius Michx.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* broomsedge bluestem (Andropogon virginicus L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* bushy bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus (Walt.)B.S.P.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Andropogon gerardii Vitman
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* broomsedge bluestem (Andropogon virginicus L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Elliott's bluestem (Andropogon gyrans Ashe var. gyrans) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* splitbeard bluestem (Andropogon ternarius Michx.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Andropogon gerardii (same genus) Ice and river scour shores of medium to large sized rivers, dry open habitats including rocky summits, open hillsides in woodlands and forests, bluffs, sandy fields, and roadsides. It is sometimes planted on roadsides.
* bushy bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus (Walt.)B.S.P.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Andropogon gerardii Vitman
* greater rockjasmine (Androsace maxima L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Disturbed sites, roadsides, waste places, and successional fields with thin or often sandy soils(Primulaceae Anagallis arvensis)
* greater rockjasmine (Androsace maxima L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Disturbed sites, roadsides, waste places, and successional fields with thin or often sandy soils(Primulaceae Anagallis arvensis)
* greater rockjasmine (Androsace maxima L.) [introduced] Lawn Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) None % (0 - 100) Disturbed sites, roadsides, waste places, and successional fields with thin or often sandy soils(Primulaceae Anagallis arvensis)
* greater rockjasmine (Androsace maxima L.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Disturbed sites, roadsides, waste places, and successional fields with thin or often sandy soils(Primulaceae Anagallis arvensis)
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L. var. alba (Oakes) Alph. Wood) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Anemone virginiana L. var. virginiana (same genus) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* candle anemone (Anemone cylindrica Gray) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* Canadian anemone (Anemone canadensis L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* nightcaps (Anemone quinquefolia L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic thickets, forests, forest edges, and edges of streams often in valley bottoms.
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* candle anemone (Anemone cylindrica Gray) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* nightcaps (Anemone quinquefolia L.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic thickets, forests, forest edges, and edges of streams often in valley bottoms.
* Canadian anemone (Anemone canadensis L.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* candle anemone (Anemone cylindrica Gray) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* Canadian anemone (Anemone canadensis L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L. var. alba (Oakes) Alph. Wood) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Anemone virginiana L. var. virginiana (same genus) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* candle anemone (Anemone cylindrica Gray) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* Canadian anemone (Anemone canadensis L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* nightcaps (Anemone quinquefolia L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic thickets, forests, forest edges, and edges of streams often in valley bottoms.
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L. var. alba (Oakes) Alph. Wood) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Anemone virginiana L. var. virginiana (same genus) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* candle anemone (Anemone cylindrica Gray) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* Canadian anemone (Anemone canadensis L.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L. var. alba (Oakes) Alph. Wood) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Anemone virginiana L. var. virginiana (same genus) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* nightcaps (Anemone quinquefolia L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic thickets, forests, forest edges, and edges of streams often in valley bottoms.
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L. var. alba (Oakes) Alph. Wood) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Anemone virginiana L. var. virginiana (same genus) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* candle anemone (Anemone cylindrica Gray) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* tall thimbleweed (Anemone virginiana L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thickets, vegetated roadsides, dry-mesic forests and woodlands, openings in forests, and stream sides in dry to mesic soils.
* Canadian anemone (Anemone canadensis L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Low forests and thickets, edges of lakes and streams, and fens. Predominately in mesic to wet calcareous soils but occasionally in drier situations..
* dill (Anethum graveolens L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* dill (Anethum graveolens L.) [introduced] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* seacoast angelica (Angelica lucida L.) [native] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Coastal. Open meadows and edges of forests often in sand.
* hairy angelica (Angelica venenosa (Greenway)Fern.) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* seacoast angelica (Angelica lucida L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Coastal. Open meadows and edges of forests often in sand.
* hairy angelica (Angelica venenosa (Greenway)Fern.) [native] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purplestem angelica (Angelica atropurpurea L.) [native] Estuary Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purplestem angelica (Angelica atropurpurea L.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* filmy angelica (Angelica triquinata Michx.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Angelica atropurpurea (same genus) Banks of streams and rivers, marshes, and open swamps. This species prefers rich sites and often occurs near or adjacent to streams.
* purplestem angelica (Angelica atropurpurea L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* seacoast angelica (Angelica lucida L.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Coastal. Open meadows and edges of forests often in sand.
* hairy angelica (Angelica venenosa (Greenway)Fern.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* seacoast angelica (Angelica lucida L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Coastal. Open meadows and edges of forests often in sand.
* hairy angelica (Angelica venenosa (Greenway)Fern.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purplestem angelica (Angelica atropurpurea L.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* filmy angelica (Angelica triquinata Michx.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Angelica atropurpurea (same genus) Banks of streams and rivers, marshes, and open swamps. This species prefers rich sites and often occurs near or adjacent to streams.
* purplestem angelica (Angelica atropurpurea L.) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* filmy angelica (Angelica triquinata Michx.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Angelica atropurpurea (same genus) Banks of streams and rivers, marshes, and open swamps. This species prefers rich sites and often occurs near or adjacent to streams.
* purplestem angelica (Angelica atropurpurea L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American eel (Anguilla rostrata) [native] Deep estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American eel (Anguilla rostrata) [native] Estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American eel (Anguilla rostrata) [native] Forested wetland NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American eel (Anguilla rostrata) [native] Freshwater marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American eel (Anguilla rostrata) [native] Salt marsh NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American eel (Anguilla rostrata) [native] Stream NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) [native] Forested wetland Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shallow, slow-moving sheltered waters with nearby perches and banks available for drying and sunning. Rarely found out of fresh water; inhabits ponds in cypress swamps, freshwater sloughs of saw grass with clumps of willow and mangrove-bordered salt and brackish bays, lagoons, and tidal streams in coastal sections
* Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) [native] Freshwater marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shallow, slow-moving sheltered waters with nearby perches and banks available for drying and sunning. Rarely found out of fresh water; inhabits ponds in cypress swamps, freshwater sloughs of saw grass with clumps of willow and mangrove-bordered salt and brackish bays, lagoons, and tidal streams in coastal sections
* Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) [native] Pond Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shallow, slow-moving sheltered waters with nearby perches and banks available for drying and sunning. Rarely found out of fresh water; inhabits ponds in cypress swamps, freshwater sloughs of saw grass with clumps of willow and mangrove-bordered salt and brackish bays, lagoons, and tidal streams in coastal sections
* Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) [native] Salt marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shallow, slow-moving sheltered waters with nearby perches and banks available for drying and sunning. Rarely found out of fresh water; inhabits ponds in cypress swamps, freshwater sloughs of saw grass with clumps of willow and mangrove-bordered salt and brackish bays, lagoons, and tidal streams in coastal sections
* Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) [native] Stream Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shallow, slow-moving sheltered waters with nearby perches and banks available for drying and sunning. Rarely found out of fresh water; inhabits ponds in cypress swamps, freshwater sloughs of saw grass with clumps of willow and mangrove-bordered salt and brackish bays, lagoons, and tidal streams in coastal sections
* crested anoda (Anoda cristata (L.) Schltdl.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Hibiscus trionum (same family) Cultivated ground, disturbed soils, and waste places.
* crested anoda (Anoda cristata (L.) Schltdl.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Hibiscus trionum (same family) Cultivated ground, disturbed soils, and waste places.
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Cultivated field Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Deep estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Eelgrass meadow Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Forested wetland Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Freshwater marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Pond Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Salt marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* Greater White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) [native] Stream Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) use sheltered estuaries and brackish intertidal-zone marshes; On northern river deltas, located along lakes, flowing rivers, channels, perched basins, or stream shorelines on flat deltaic system; On Great Plains, Use shallow or deep open-water zones of marshes, wetlands, ponds, lakes, or impoundments for staging usually near agricultural croplands
* whitemargin pussytoes (Antennaria marginata Greene) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer (same genus) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Howell's pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* field pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta Greene) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Parlin's pussytoes (Antennaria parlinii Fernald) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open mesic forested slopes with herbaceous vegetation low.
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Howell's pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* Canadian pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. canadensis (Greene) Bayer) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Openings in forests, woodlands, edges of forests, dry roadsides, successional fields, pastures, and dry river banks.
* whitemargin pussytoes (Antennaria marginata Greene) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer (same genus) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* field pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta Greene) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Howell's pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Parlin's pussytoes (Antennaria parlinii Fernald ssp. fallax (Greene) Bayer & Stebbins) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Gravel roadsides, fields on thin soils.
* whitemargin pussytoes (Antennaria marginata Greene) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer (same genus) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* Canadian pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. canadensis (Greene) Bayer) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Openings in forests, woodlands, edges of forests, dry roadsides, successional fields, pastures, and dry river banks.
* field pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta Greene) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Howell's pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Parlin's pussytoes (Antennaria parlinii Fernald) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Open mesic forested slopes with herbaceous vegetation low.
* whitemargin pussytoes (Antennaria marginata Greene) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. neodioica (Greene) Bayer (same genus) Open forests and woodlands, ledges, fine shale talus slopes, gravelly roadsides, and fields over thin soils
* Canadian pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. canadensis (Greene) Bayer) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Openings in forests, woodlands, edges of forests, dry roadsides, successional fields, pastures, and dry river banks.
* field pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta Greene) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Canadian pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. canadensis (Greene) Bayer) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Openings in forests, woodlands, edges of forests, dry roadsides, successional fields, pastures, and dry river banks.
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Parlin's pussytoes (Antennaria parlinii Fernald ssp. fallax (Greene) Bayer & Stebbins) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Gravel roadsides, fields on thin soils.
* woman's tobacco (Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.)Richards.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Canadian pussytoes (Antennaria howellii Greene ssp. canadensis (Greene) Bayer) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Openings in forests, woodlands, edges of forests, dry roadsides, successional fields, pastures, and dry river banks.
* corn chamomile (Anthemis arvensis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* stinking chamomile (Anthemis cotula L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* >>Chamaemelum nobile (Anthemis nobilis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* golden chamomile (Anthemis tinctoria L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* corn chamomile (Anthemis arvensis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* stinking chamomile (Anthemis cotula L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* >>Chamaemelum nobile (Anthemis nobilis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* golden chamomile (Anthemis tinctoria L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* >>Chamaemelum nobile (Anthemis nobilis L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* golden chamomile (Anthemis tinctoria L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* corn chamomile (Anthemis arvensis L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* stinking chamomile (Anthemis cotula L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* stinking chamomile (Anthemis cotula L.) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* annual vernalgrass (Anthoxanthum aristatum Boiss.) [introduced] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Anthoxanthum odoratum L.
* sweet vernalgrass (Anthoxanthum odoratum L.) [introduced] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* wild chervil (Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffmann) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* burr chervil (Anthriscus caucalis Bieb.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garden chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium (L.) Hoffmann) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garden chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium (L.) Hoffmann) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* burr chervil (Anthriscus caucalis Bieb.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* burr chervil (Anthriscus caucalis Bieb.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garden chervil (Anthriscus cerefolium (L.) Hoffmann) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* wild chervil (Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffmann) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* wild chervil (Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffmann) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Pipit (Anthus rubescens) [native] Beach Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Water Pipit (Anthus spinoletta) [native] Cliffs Wildscreen ARKive 2015 Discover the world's most endangered species worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) An inhabitant of mountain slopes and rocks above the treeline during summer, the water pipit descends in winter to wet meadows, watercress beds and sheltered estuaries
* American Pipit (Anthus rubescens) [native] Cultivated field Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Water Pipit (Anthus spinoletta) [native] Eelgrass meadow Wildscreen ARKive 2015 Discover the world's most endangered species worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) An inhabitant of mountain slopes and rocks above the treeline during summer, the water pipit descends in winter to wet meadows, watercress beds and sheltered estuaries
* American Pipit (Anthus rubescens) [native] Estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Water Pipit (Anthus spinoletta) [native] Estuary Wildscreen ARKive 2015 Discover the world's most endangered species worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) An inhabitant of mountain slopes and rocks above the treeline during summer, the water pipit descends in winter to wet meadows, watercress beds and sheltered estuaries
* American Pipit (Anthus rubescens) [native] Freshwater marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Water Pipit (Anthus spinoletta) [native] Meadow Wildscreen ARKive 2015 Discover the world's most endangered species worldwide: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) An inhabitant of mountain slopes and rocks above the treeline during summer, the water pipit descends in winter to wet meadows, watercress beds and sheltered estuaries
* American Pipit (Anthus rubescens) [native] Salt marsh Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American Pipit (Anthus rubescens) [native] Stream Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common kidneyvetch (Anthyllis vulneraria L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* common kidneyvetch (Anthyllis vulneraria L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* common kidneyvetch (Anthyllis vulneraria L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* >>Misopates orontium (Antirrhinum orontium L.) [introduced] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* garden snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus L.) [introduced] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* garden snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus L.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* >>Misopates orontium (Antirrhinum orontium L.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Hardwood forests, woodlands, and forest edges with oaks often in thin dry to dry-mesic soils.(Aureolaria pedicularia)
* Fourspine stickleback (Apeltes quadracus) [native] Estuary NatureServe (2015). United States: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* loose silkybent (Apera spica-venti (L.) Beauv.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* loose silkybent (Apera spica-venti (L.) Beauv.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* loose silkybent (Apera spica-venti (L.) Beauv.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, meadows or fields
* slender parsley piert (Aphanes microcarpa (Boiss. & Reut.) Rothm.) [introduced] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Amelanchier stolonifera
* slender parsley piert (Aphanes microcarpa (Boiss. & Reut.) Rothm.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Amelanchier stolonifera
* slender parsley piert (Aphanes microcarpa (Boiss. & Reut.) Rothm.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Amelanchier stolonifera
* slender parsley piert (Aphanes microcarpa (Boiss. & Reut.) Rothm.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Amelanchier stolonifera
* slender parsley piert (Aphanes microcarpa (Boiss. & Reut.) Rothm.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Amelanchier stolonifera
* slender parsley piert (Aphanes microcarpa (Boiss. & Reut.) Rothm.) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Copied Amelanchier stolonifera
* mock parsley (Apiastrum angustifolium Nutt.) [native] Meadow Calflora 2015 California plants for education, research and conservation California: forest (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Yellow Pine Forest, Foothill Woodland, Chaparral, Valley Grassland, (many plant communities)
* groundnut (Apios americana Medik.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, thickets, stream and ditch edges, and edges of marshes. Often in open sites with soils that are at least seasonally wet-mesic but dry out later in the season.
* groundnut (Apios americana Medik.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, thickets, stream and ditch edges, and edges of marshes. Often in open sites with soils that are at least seasonally wet-mesic but dry out later in the season.
* groundnut (Apios americana Medik.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, thickets, stream and ditch edges, and edges of marshes. Often in open sites with soils that are at least seasonally wet-mesic but dry out later in the season.
* groundnut (Apios americana Medik.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Floodplain forests, thickets, stream and ditch edges, and edges of marshes. Often in open sites with soils that are at least seasonally wet-mesic but dry out later in the season.
* wild celery (Apium graveolens L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* wild celery (Apium graveolens L.) [introduced] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Adam and Eve (Aplectrum hyemale (Muhl.exWilld.)Torr.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Mesic forests. Clearly declining in New York.
* Freshwater drum (Aplodinotus grunniens) [introduced] Stream Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Freshwater; demersal; Occur in bottoms of medium to large rivers and lakes
* Indianhemp (Apocynum cannabinum L.) [native] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* Indianhemp (Apocynum cannabinum L.) [native] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* spreading dogbane (Apocynum androsaemifolium L.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Indianhemp (Apocynum cannabinum L.) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* spreading dogbane (Apocynum androsaemifolium L.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* spreading dogbane (Apocynum androsaemifolium L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* Indianhemp (Apocynum cannabinum L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* spreading dogbane (Apocynum androsaemifolium L.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* Indianhemp (Apocynum cannabinum L.) [native] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hybrid dogbane (Apocynum ×floribundum Greene (pro sp.) [androsaemifolium × cannabinum]) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Apocynum cannabinum (same genus) Dry thin forests, rocky openings, fields, thickets, gravely stream banks, and roadsides. It is also occasionally found in marshes.
* Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red columbine (Aquilegia canadensis L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Cliffs, ledges, talus slopes, on or adjacent to forested rock outcrops, and edges of paths and dirt roads through forests often associated with calcareous soils and/or bedrock
* European columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) hickets, disturbed soils, roadsides, and edges of paths through forests.
* European columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) hickets, disturbed soils, roadsides, and edges of paths through forests.
* European columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) hickets, disturbed soils, roadsides, and edges of paths through forests.
* European columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) hickets, disturbed soils, roadsides, and edges of paths through forests.
* European columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) hickets, disturbed soils, roadsides, and edges of paths through forests.
* European columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) hickets, disturbed soils, roadsides, and edges of paths through forests.
* European columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) hickets, disturbed soils, roadsides, and edges of paths through forests.
* mouseear cress (Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* mouseear cress (Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Canadian rockcress (Arabis drummondii A. Gray) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ledges, bluffs, and forests in dry to mesic soils or thin soils over rock (including shales).
* lyrate rockcress (Arabis lyrata L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hairy rockcress (Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* hairy rockcress (Arabis hirsuta (L.)Scop.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* green rockcress (Arabis missouriensis Greene) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thin forests, woodlands, and dry ledges. Sometimes adjacent to more open barrens or rocky summits.
* smooth rockcress (Arabis laevigata (Muhl.exWilld.)Poir.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* eared rockcress (Arabis hastatula Greene) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins (same genus) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* spreading rockcress (Arabis patens Sull.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins (same genus) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* lyrate rockcress (Arabis lyrata L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Canadian rockcress (Arabis drummondii A. Gray) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ledges, bluffs, and forests in dry to mesic soils or thin soils over rock (including shales).
* smooth rockcress (Arabis laevigata (Muhl.exWilld.)Poir.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* green rockcress (Arabis missouriensis Greene) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thin forests, woodlands, and dry ledges. Sometimes adjacent to more open barrens or rocky summits.
* hairy rockcress (Arabis hirsuta (L.)Scop.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hairy rockcress (Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* spreading rockcress (Arabis patens Sull.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins (same genus) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* eared rockcress (Arabis hastatula Greene) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins (same genus) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* Short's rockcress (Arabis shortii (Fernald) Gleason) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Boechera canadensis (same genus) Forested banks of streams, thin forests and woodlands, and edges of forests. In mesic to dry thin or well drained soils.
* sicklepod (Arabis canadensis L.) [native] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tower rockcress (Arabis glabra (L.)Bernh.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sicklepod (Arabis canadensis L.) [native] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tower rockcress (Arabis glabra (L.)Bernh.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* sicklepod (Arabis canadensis L.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Canadian rockcress (Arabis drummondii A. Gray) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Ledges, bluffs, and forests in dry to mesic soils or thin soils over rock (including shales).
* smooth rockcress (Arabis laevigata (Muhl.exWilld.)Poir.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* hairy rockcress (Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* lyrate rockcress (Arabis lyrata L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* green rockcress (Arabis missouriensis Greene) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Thin forests, woodlands, and dry ledges. Sometimes adjacent to more open barrens or rocky summits.
* hairy rockcress (Arabis hirsuta (L.)Scop.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* spreading rockcress (Arabis patens Sull.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins (same genus) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* eared rockcress (Arabis hastatula Greene) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. var. pycnocarpa (M. Hopkins) Rollins (same genus) Dry thin forests, woodlands, and bluffs often over calcareous soils.
* Short's rockcress (Arabis shortii (Fernald) Gleason) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Boechera canadensis (same genus) Forested banks of streams, thin forests and woodlands, and edges of forests. In mesic to dry thin or well drained soils.
* tower rockcress (Arabis glabra (L.)Bernh.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tower rockcress (Arabis glabra (L.)Bernh.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Short's rockcress (Arabis shortii (Fernald) Gleason) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Boechera canadensis (same genus) Forested banks of streams, thin forests and woodlands, and edges of forests. In mesic to dry thin or well drained soils.
* bristly sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida Vent.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese angelica tree (Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem.) [introduced] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American spikenard (Aralia racemosa L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese angelica tree (Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* wild sarsaparilla (Aralia nudicaulis L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* devil's walkingstick (Aralia spinosa L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American spikenard (Aralia racemosa L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bristly sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida Vent.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese angelica tree (Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bristly sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida Vent.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* devil's walkingstick (Aralia spinosa L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American spikenard (Aralia racemosa L.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese angelica tree (Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* wild sarsaparilla (Aralia nudicaulis L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* devil's walkingstick (Aralia spinosa L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American spikenard (Aralia racemosa L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bristly sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida Vent.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese angelica tree (Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bristly sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida Vent.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* American spikenard (Aralia racemosa L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Japanese angelica tree (Aralia elata (Miq.) Seem.) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* bristly sarsaparilla (Aralia hispida Vent.) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* eastern dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium pusillum Peck) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) A small parasitic plant primarily on twigs of Picea mariana (black spruce) but occasionally on other coniferous species and often resulting in abnormal growth of the host (i.e. "witches broom").
* Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) [native] Cultivated field Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) [native] Garden Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) [native] Lawn Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) [native] Pavement and buildings Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus) [native] Deep estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; brackish; reef-associated. Inhabits bays and estuaries. Freely enters brackish waters; sometimes enters freshwaters
* Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus) [native] Estuary Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; brackish; reef-associated. Inhabits bays and estuaries. Freely enters brackish waters; sometimes enters freshwaters
* Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus) [native] Salt marsh Froese, R. and D. Pauly (2015). Global: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Marine; brackish; reef-associated. Inhabits bays and estuaries. Freely enters brackish waters; sometimes enters freshwaters
* greater burrdock (Arctium lappa L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser burrdock (Arctium minus Bernh.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* woolly burrdock (Arctium tomentosum Mill.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* greater burrdock (Arctium lappa L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser burrdock (Arctium minus Bernh.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* woolly burrdock (Arctium tomentosum Mill.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* greater burrdock (Arctium lappa L.) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* woolly burrdock (Arctium tomentosum Mill.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* greater burrdock (Arctium lappa L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser burrdock (Arctium minus Bernh.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* greater burrdock (Arctium lappa L.) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* lesser burrdock (Arctium minus Bernh.) [introduced] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* kinnikinnick (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.)Spreng.) [native] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rocky summits, bluffs, sandy maritime areas, and fields and roadsides with thin sandy soils. Mostly a plant of acidic soils in open sites.
* kinnikinnick (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.)Spreng.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rocky summits, bluffs, sandy maritime areas, and fields and roadsides with thin sandy soils. Mostly a plant of acidic soils in open sites.
* kinnikinnick (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.)Spreng.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Rocky summits, bluffs, sandy maritime areas, and fields and roadsides with thin sandy soils. Mostly a plant of acidic soils in open sites.
* Great Egret (Ardea alba) [native] Beach Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Beach Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Egret (Ardea alba) [native] Deep estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Egret (Ardea alba) [native] Estuary Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Forested wetland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Egret (Ardea alba) [native] Pond Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Egret (Ardea alba) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Egret (Ardea alba) [native] Shrubland Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Great Egret (Ardea alba) [native] Stream Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Bitterns (Ardeidae ) [native] Eelgrass meadow Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Bitterns (Ardeidae ) [native] Freshwater marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Bitterns (Ardeidae ) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruddy Turnstone (Arenaria interpres) [native] Beach Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* thymeleaf sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia L.) [introduced] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruddy Turnstone (Arenaria interpres) [native] Cliffs Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* thymeleaf sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* thymeleaf sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Ruddy Turnstone (Arenaria interpres) [native] Estuary Carey, Michael, M. Carey, D. E. Burhans and D. A. Nelson. 2008. Birds of North America database. North America: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* thymeleaf sandwort (Arenaria serpyllifolia L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* dragon's mouth (Arethusa bulbosa L.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Bogs and poor fens. Sometimes appearing in large numbers but rather local in distribution.
* dragon's mouth (Arethusa bulbosa L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Bogs and poor fens. Sometimes appearing in large numbers but rather local in distribution.
* bluestem pricklypoppy (Argemone albiflora Hornem.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Adlumia fungosa (same genus) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* bluestem pricklypoppy (Argemone albiflora Hornem.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Adlumia fungosa (same genus) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* Mexican pricklypoppy (Argemone mexicana L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats
* bluestem pricklypoppy (Argemone albiflora Hornem.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Adlumia fungosa (same genus) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* Mexican pricklypoppy (Argemone mexicana L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats
* Mexican pricklypoppy (Argemone mexicana L.) [introduced] Garden Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats
* bluestem pricklypoppy (Argemone albiflora Hornem.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Adlumia fungosa (same genus) Climbing on adjacent vegetation on talus slopes, cliffs, ledges, rocky forests and woodlands often over but not restricted to calcareous bedrock. Appears to respond well to fire and openings in the canopy.
* silverweed cinquefoil (Argentina anserina (L.)Rydb.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shores of ponds, lakes, and streams, thickets, and disturbed sites often in sandy wet to wet-mesic soils.
* silverweed cinquefoil (Argentina anserina (L.)Rydb.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shores of ponds, lakes, and streams, thickets, and disturbed sites often in sandy wet to wet-mesic soils.
* silverweed cinquefoil (Argentina anserina (L.)Rydb.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shores of ponds, lakes, and streams, thickets, and disturbed sites often in sandy wet to wet-mesic soils.
* silverweed cinquefoil (Argentina anserina (L.)Rydb.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Shores of ponds, lakes, and streams, thickets, and disturbed sites often in sandy wet to wet-mesic soils.
* elephant creeper (Argyreia nervosa (Burm. f.) Bojer) [introduced] Cultivated field The Floristic Inventory of South Florida Database 2015 Florida: variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) http://regionalconservation.org/ircs/database/plants/PlantPage.asp?TXCODE=Argynerv
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.)Schott) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott ssp. pusillum (Peck) Huttleston) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott ex Schott & Endl. ssp. Triphyllum (same genus) Primarily in mesic forests
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.)Schott) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott ssp. stewardsonii (Britton) Huttleston) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Swamps
* green dragon (Arisaema dracontium (L.)Schott) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott ssp. stewardsonii (Britton) Huttleston) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Swamps
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.)Schott) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott ssp. pusillum (Peck) Huttleston) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott ex Schott & Endl. ssp. Triphyllum (same genus) Primarily in mesic forests
* green dragon (Arisaema dracontium (L.)Schott) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Jack in the pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott ssp. stewardsonii (Britton) Huttleston) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Swamps
* seaside threeawn (Aristida tuberculosa Nutt.) [native] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* prairie threeawn (Aristida oligantha Michx.) [introduced] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* arrowfeather threeawn (Aristida purpurascens Poir.) [native] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Aristida oligantha Michx.
* slimspike threeawn (Aristida longispica Poir.) [native] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Genus from Aristida oligantha Michx.
* churchmouse threeawn (Aristida dichotoma Michx.) [native] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* slimspike threeawn (Aristida longispica Poir. var. longispica Poir., orth. var.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* sixweeks threeawn (Aristida adscensionis L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* woollysheath threeawn (Aristida lanosa Muhl. ex Elliot) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* slimspike threeawn (Aristida longispica Poir. var. geniculata (Raf.) Fernald, orth. var.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* slimspike threeawn (Aristida longispica Poir. var. geniculata (Raf.) Fernald, orth. var.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* slimspike threeawn (Aristida longispica Poir. var. longispica Poir., orth. var.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* sixweeks threeawn (Aristida adscensionis L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* woollysheath threeawn (Aristida lanosa Muhl. ex Elliot) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* slimspike threeawn (Aristida longispica Poir. var. longispica Poir., orth. var.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* woollysheath threeawn (Aristida lanosa Muhl. ex Elliot) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* slimspike threeawn (Aristida longispica Poir. var. geniculata (Raf.) Fernald, orth. var.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* sixweeks threeawn (Aristida adscensionis L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma (same genus) Rocky summits, opening in forests, dirt roads, and utility rights-of-way in dry thin soils.
* seaside threeawn (Aristida tuberculosa Nutt.) [native] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* elegant dutchman's pipe (Aristolochia elegans Mast.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristolochia clematitis (same genus) Waste places, a rare weed in garden beds
* birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* pipevine (Aristolochia macrophylla Lam.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristolochia clematitis (same family) Waste places, a rare weed in garden beds
* birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis L.) [introduced] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* elegant dutchman's pipe (Aristolochia elegans Mast.) [native] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristolochia clematitis (same genus) Waste places, a rare weed in garden beds
* pipevine (Aristolochia macrophylla Lam.) [native] Garden Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Aristolochia clematitis (same family) Waste places, a rare weed in garden beds
* Virginia snakeroot (Aristolochia serpentaria L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry-mesic south to south-west facing oak-hickory forested slopes often with abundant non-weedy herbaceous species
* horseradish (Armoracia rusticana G. Gaertn., B. Mey. & Scherb.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* horseradish (Armoracia rusticana G. Gaertn., B. Mey. & Scherb.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* horseradish (Armoracia rusticana G. Gaertn., B. Mey. & Scherb.) [introduced] Garden Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* horseradish (Armoracia rusticana G. Gaertn., B. Mey. & Scherb.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common leopardbane (Arnica acaulis (Walter) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Achillea millefolium (same family) Fields, waste places, disturbed areas, and rocky open areas. A common widespread non-native although not invasive species
* common leopardbane (Arnica acaulis (Walter) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Achillea millefolium (same family) Fields, waste places, disturbed areas, and rocky open areas. A common widespread non-native although not invasive species
* pale Indian plantain (Arnoglossum atriplicifolium (L.) H. Rob.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Achillea millefolium (same family) Fields, waste places, disturbed areas, and rocky open areas. A common widespread non-native although not invasive species
* great Indian plaintain (Arnoglossum muehlenbergii (Sch. Bip.) H. Rob.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Achillea millefolium (same family) Fields, waste places, disturbed areas, and rocky open areas. A common widespread non-native although not invasive species
* pale Indian plantain (Arnoglossum atriplicifolium (L.) H. Rob.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Achillea millefolium (same family) Fields, waste places, disturbed areas, and rocky open areas. A common widespread non-native although not invasive species
* great Indian plaintain (Arnoglossum muehlenbergii (Sch. Bip.) H. Rob.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Achillea millefolium (same family) Fields, waste places, disturbed areas, and rocky open areas. A common widespread non-native although not invasive species
* black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple chokeberry (Aronia X prunifolia (Marshall) Rehder (pro sp.)) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple chokeberry (Aronia X prunifolia (Marshall) Rehder (pro sp.)) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple chokeberry (Aronia X prunifolia (Marshall) Rehder (pro sp.)) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple chokeberry (Aronia X prunifolia (Marshall) Rehder (pro sp.)) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple chokeberry (Aronia X prunifolia (Marshall) Rehder (pro sp.)) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple chokeberry (Aronia X prunifolia (Marshall) Rehder (pro sp.)) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* black chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tall oatgrass (Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Beauv. ex J.& K. Presl) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional fields, hayfields, pastures, thickets, and roadsides sometimes becoming a dominant grass in fields.
* tall oatgrass (Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Beauv. ex J.& K. Presl) [introduced] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional fields, hayfields, pastures, thickets, and roadsides sometimes becoming a dominant grass in fields.
* tall oatgrass (Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Beauv. ex J.& K. Presl) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional fields, hayfields, pastures, thickets, and roadsides sometimes becoming a dominant grass in fields.
* tall oatgrass (Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Beauv. ex J.& K. Presl) [introduced] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Successional fields, hayfields, pastures, thickets, and roadsides sometimes becoming a dominant grass in fields.
* Pacific wormwood (Artemisia campestris L.) [native] Beach Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* oldwoman (Artemisia stelleriana Bess.) [introduced] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Beach Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* southernwood (Artemisia abrotanum L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* absinthium (Artemisia absinthium L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* biennial wormwood (Artemisia biennis Willd.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Roman wormwood (Artemisia pontica L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* field sagewort (Artemisia campestris L. ssp. borealis (Pall.) H.M. Hall & Clem. var. borealis (Pall.) M. Peck) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* southernwood (Artemisia abrotanum L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Pacific wormwood (Artemisia campestris L. ssp. caudata (Michx.) H.M. Hall & Clem.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* absinthium (Artemisia absinthium L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* white sagebrush (Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* sweet sagewort (Artemisia annua L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus L.) [native] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* biennial wormwood (Artemisia biennis Willd.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Roman wormwood (Artemisia pontica L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* absinthium (Artemisia absinthium L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* biennial wormwood (Artemisia biennis Willd.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Roman wormwood (Artemisia pontica L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Pacific wormwood (Artemisia campestris L. ssp. caudata (Michx.) H.M. Hall & Clem.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* sweet sagewort (Artemisia annua L.) [introduced] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* field sagewort (Artemisia campestris L. ssp. borealis (Pall.) H.M. Hall & Clem. var. borealis (Pall.) M. Peck) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* white sagebrush (Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Artemisia annua L. (same genus) Roadsides and waste places.
* common wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Salt marsh Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common wormwood (Artemisia vulgaris L.) [introduced] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* small carpgrass (Arthraxon hispidus (Thunb.) Makino) [introduced] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, swamps, streams, forests
* small carpgrass (Arthraxon hispidus (Thunb.) Makino) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, swamps, streams, forests
* small carpgrass (Arthraxon hispidus (Thunb.) Makino) [introduced] Forested wetland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, swamps, streams, forests
* small carpgrass (Arthraxon hispidus (Thunb.) Makino) [introduced] Freshwater marsh Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, swamps, streams, forests
* small carpgrass (Arthraxon hispidus (Thunb.) Makino) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, swamps, streams, forests
* small carpgrass (Arthraxon hispidus (Thunb.) Makino) [introduced] Stream Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100) Man-made or disturbed habitats, swamps, streams, forests
* bride's feathers (Aruncus dioicus (Walter) Fernald var. acuminatus (Rydb.) Rydb. ex H. Hara) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr. (same family) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils.
* bride's feathers (Aruncus dioicus (Walter) Fernald var. acuminatus (Rydb.) Rydb. ex H. Hara) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr. (same family) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils.
* bride's feathers (Aruncus dioicus (Walt.) Fern. var. vulgaris (Maxim.) Hara) [introduced] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Dry-mesic to mesic oak-hickory forests and woodlands. (Agrimonia pubescens)
* bride's feathers (Aruncus dioicus (Walter) Fernald var. acuminatus (Rydb.) Rydb. ex H. Hara) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr. (same family) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils.
* bride's feathers (Aruncus dioicus (Walter) Fernald var. acuminatus (Rydb.) Rydb. ex H. Hara) [native] Salt marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr. (same family) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils.
* bride's feathers (Aruncus dioicus (Walter) Fernald var. acuminatus (Rydb.) Rydb. ex H. Hara) [native] Shrubland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr. (same family) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils.
* bride's feathers (Aruncus dioicus (Walter) Fernald var. acuminatus (Rydb.) Rydb. ex H. Hara) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr. (same family) Successional forests, floodplain forests, hardwood forests, forest edges, thickets, edges of dirt roads and paths through forests, stream banks, ditches, edges of marshes, and successional fields in mesic to wet-mesic soils.
* Canadian wildginger (Asarum canadense L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Canadian wildginger (Asarum canadense L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Canadian wildginger (Asarum canadense L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* whorled milkweed (Asclepias verticillata L.) [native] Cliffs Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* fourleaf milkweed (Asclepias quadrifolia Jacq.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* clasping milkweed (Asclepias amplexicaulis Sm.) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red milkweed (Asclepias rubra L.) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redring milkweed (Asclepias variegata L.) [native] Conifer forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple milkweed (Asclepias purpurascens L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* whorled milkweed (Asclepias verticillata L.) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata L.) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca L.) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa L.) [native] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redring milkweed (Asclepias variegata L.) [native] Forested wetland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata L.) [native] Forested wetland Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red milkweed (Asclepias rubra L.) [native] Forested wetland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* clasping milkweed (Asclepias amplexicaulis Sm.) [native] Forested wetland Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata L.) [native] Freshwater marsh Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple milkweed (Asclepias purpurascens L.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata L.) [native] Meadow Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* red milkweed (Asclepias rubra L.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* clasping milkweed (Asclepias amplexicaulis Sm.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redring milkweed (Asclepias variegata L.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* green comet milkweed (Asclepias viridiflora Raf.) [native] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Carolina milkweed (Asclepias cinerea Walter) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Asclepias exaltata L. (same genus) Mesic deciduous forests and edges of forested roads and paths.
* poke milkweed (Asclepias exaltata L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* fewflower milkweed (Asclepias lanceolata Walter) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Asclepias exaltata L. (same genus) Mesic deciduous forests and edges of forested roads and paths.
* common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata L. ssp. pulchra (Ehrh. ex Willd.) Woodson) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Asclepias exaltata L. (same genus) Mesic deciduous forests and edges of forested roads and paths.
* red milkweed (Asclepias rubra L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* aquatic milkweed (Asclepias perennis Walter) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Asclepias exaltata L. (same genus) Mesic deciduous forests and edges of forested roads and paths.
* whorled milkweed (Asclepias verticillata L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* purple milkweed (Asclepias purpurascens L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* redring milkweed (Asclepias variegata L.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* clasping milkweed (Asclepias amplexicaulis Sm.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* fourleaf milkweed (Asclepias quadrifolia Jacq.) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* poke milkweed (Asclepias exaltata L.) [native] Pavement and buildings Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata L.) [native] Pond Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata L.) [native] Stream Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100)
* common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca L.) [native] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa L.) [native] Stream Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* pawpaw (Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Native in alluvial soils in floodplain forests and rich bottomlands of western New York. It is also cultivated and may persist and perhaps occasionally naturalize.
* Paw Paw (Asimina Triloba) [native] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal (same genus) Native in alluvial soils in floodplain forests and rich bottomlands of western New York. It is also cultivated and may persist and perhaps occasionally naturalize.
* pawpaw (Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Native in alluvial soils in floodplain forests and rich bottomlands of western New York. It is also cultivated and may persist and perhaps occasionally naturalize.
* Paw Paw (Asimina Triloba) [native] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal (same genus) Native in alluvial soils in floodplain forests and rich bottomlands of western New York. It is also cultivated and may persist and perhaps occasionally naturalize.
* pawpaw (Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Native in alluvial soils in floodplain forests and rich bottomlands of western New York. It is also cultivated and may persist and perhaps occasionally naturalize.
* Paw Paw (Asimina Triloba) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Used Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal (same genus) Native in alluvial soils in floodplain forests and rich bottomlands of western New York. It is also cultivated and may persist and perhaps occasionally naturalize.
* Long-eared Owl (Asio otus) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus) [native] Conifer forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Long-eared Owl (Asio otus) [native] Mixed deciduous forest Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus) [native] Salt marsh Smith, CR, SD DeGloria, and ME Richmond (2001). New York: Variable (1990-2000) 100 % (0 - 100)
* garden asparagus (Asparagus officinalis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Edinger, G. J., A.L. Feldmann, T. G. Howard, J. J. Schmid, E. Eastman, E. Largay, L. A. Sneedon. 2008. Jamaica Bay: Maritime forest and marsh (2000-2008) 100 % (0 - 100)
* German-madwort (Asperugo procumbens L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* German-madwort (Asperugo procumbens L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* German-madwort (Asperugo procumbens L.) [introduced] Meadow Farnsworth 2012 Go Botany Northeast: variable (2012) 100 % (0 - 100)
* blue woodruff (Asperula arvensis L.) [introduced] Conifer forest Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Openings in forests, disturbed sites, and utility rights-of-way, primarily in dry sandy soils. (Dioda teres)
* blue woodruff (Asperula arvensis L.) [introduced] Cultivated field Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015) 100 % (0 - 100) Openings in forests, disturbed sites, and utility rights-of-way, primarily in dry sandy soils. (Dioda teres)
* blue woodruff (Asperula arvensis L.) [introduced] Disturbed Land Weldy, Troy, David Werier, and Andrew Nelson. 2015 New York: Variable (2015)