Juncus bufonius (toadrush) 624 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; bract do not surpass infl; moist pls; nearly cosmopolitan

Juncus caesariensis (New Jersey rush) 626 -- obpyrimidal infl; sphagnum bogs in pine barrens

Juncus canadensis (Canada rush) 626 -- obpyramidal; lf like a rifle in at ease position

Juncus compressus (flattened rush) 622 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; wet meadows & salt marshes

Juncus conglomeratus (conglomerate rush) 624 -- side infl w/ no big side lvs; fls conglomerated in one place; stem ridged

Juncus coriaceus (leather rush) 623 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; from firm perianth; wet ground, swamps, brackish marshes

Juncus debilis (weak rush) 629 -- obpyrimidal w/ smaller frs never awl-shaped; fr surpassess seps; moist sandy soil

Juncus effusus (soft rush) 625 -- side infl w/ no big side lvs; very long fl stalks; stem not ridged; open marshes, wet meadows

Juncus ensifolius (sword-shaped rush) 625 -- unique side lvs; fr w/ 3 stamen-like appendage at tip; wet pls.

Juncus filiformis (thread-like rush) 625 -- side infl w/ no big side lvs; sandy shores, bogs, alpine meadows

Juncus gerardii (black grass rush) 622 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; salt marshes along the coast

Juncus inflexus (inflexible rush) 624 -- side infl w/ no big side lvs; fr surpasses seps; wet meadows & along roads

Juncus marginatus (marginate rush) 626 -- unique side lvs; few-flowered obpyramidal infl

Juncus militaris (military rush) 628 -- obpyrimidal w/ smaller frs never awl-shaped;

Juncus nodosus (knotty rush) 628 -- unruly round ball; bogs, marshes & wet shores

Juncus pelocarpus (brown-fruited rush) 628 -- unique side lvs; moist boggy or sandy soil & shores

Juncus pylaei (rush) 625 --side infl w/ no big side lvs; very long bracts; stem ridged

Juncus roemarianus (needle rush) 625 -- unique side lvs; infl near top

Juncus scirpoides (scirpus rush) 627 -- infl round balls

Juncus secundus (one-sided rush) 622 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; us. in clay soil

Juncus sp. (rush) Juncaceae --

Juncus stygius (rush) 625 -- unique side lvs; one sole infl

Juncus subcaudatus (almost-tailed rush) 626 -- obpyrimidal infl;

Juncus subtilis (slender rush) -- prostrate or creeping rushes; fls solitary or in pairs; stamens 6

Juncus tenuis (path rush) 623 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; bracts surpass infl

Juncus torreyi (Torrey's rush) 627 -- infl round balls; very ptd fruit tip; wet sunny pls. or shallow standing water

Juncus trifidus (three-forked rush) 622 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; rock crevices & alpine meadows

Juncus validus (vigorous rush) -- lvs evidently flattened, somewhat equitant

Juncus vaseyi (Vasey's rush) 623 -- terminal infl w/ no big side lvs; moist, often sandy soil Juniper communis (juniper) Cupressaceae

Juniperus horizontalis (creeping juniper) Cupressaceae 035

Juniperus virginiana (red cedar) Cupressaceae 035 -- Justicia americana (American water willow) Acanthaceae ((5) (5) 2 1 hypo) 460 -- violet or white, purple-spotted; OE lance; mud & shallow water

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Kalmia angustifolia (sheep laurel) Ericaceae ((5) 5 10 1) 187

Kalmia latifolia (mountain laurel) Ericaceae ((5) 5 10 1) 186

Kalmia polifolia (swamp laurel) Ericaceae ((5) 5 10 1) 187 -- fls crimson-pink .5-.75" wide; lvs OE whitened beneath; cold bogs/mtn tops Kickxia elatine Scrophulariaceae/Antirrhineae ((5) (5) 4 1 stigma 1) 448 -- weed in moist, sandy pls.

Kickxia spuria (cancerwort) Scrophulariaceae/Antirrhineae ((5) (5) 4 1 stigma 1) 448 -- weed in moist, sandy pls. Knautia arvensis (blue buttons) Dipsacaceae ((4) (8-12) 4 1) 488 -- lilac-purple fls; basal lvs dandelion-like; OT, stem lvs deeply lobed

Kochia scoparia (summer cypress) Chenopodiaceae (0 5 5 2-3+perf or pistillate) 090 --

Koeleria pyramidata (junegrass) Poaceae 330 -- short, wiry tufts; long stems topped by pipe cleaner infl

Kosteletzkya virginica (seashore mallow) Malvaceae (5 5 5 1 hypo) 133 -- fls rose, 1.5-2.5" wide; lvs AT, halberd Krigia biflora (two-flowered cynthia) Asteraceae/Lactuceae 597 -- basal lvs entire BE; orange BL; branching fl stalk

Krigia dandelion (colonial dwarf dandelion) Asteraceae/Lactuceae 598 -- solitary head, golden yellow BL

Krigia virginica (one-flowered cynthia) Asteraceae/Lactuceae 598 -- 1 fl per stem; multi stems; orange BL Kuhnia eupatorioides (false boneset) Asteraceae/Eupatorieae 573 -- white flattish cluster; AT/AE lance; dry, open woods

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Lachnanthes caroliniana (red root) Haemodoraceae (6 t 3 3) 781 -- Lactuca biennis (tall blue lettuce) 590 -- bluish to whitish fls; achene sev nerved, long filiform beak; AT/AL flat lf, ptd

Lactuca canadensis (wild lettuce) 590 -- yellow, small heads; achene w/ 1 median nerve; AT&AL not spiny toothed

Lactuca floridana (woodland lettuce) 590 -- blue fls; achene sev nerved, long filiform beak;

Lactuca hirsuta (hairy tall lettuce) 589 -- yellow; achene w/ 1 median nerve; lvs scarcely prickly 13-25 fls

Lactuca ludoviciana (prairie lettuce) 589 -- yellow; achene w/ 1 median nerve; lvs prickly toothed; 20-56 fls

Lactuca muralis (wall lettuce) 589 -- yellow; achene sev nerved, long filiform beak; lvs glaucous benth; fls not very aster-like

Lactuca pulchella (blue lettuce) 590 -- blue; achene w/ 1 median nerve; AE or AT

Lactuca saligna (willow-leaf lettuce) 591 -- light yellow; achene sev nerved, short beaked; lvs not prickly margined

Lactuca serriola (prickly lettuce) 591 -- light yellow; achene sev nerved, short beaked; lvs w/ numerous, spiny teeth

Lactuca sp. (lettuce) Asteraceae/Lactuceae -- Lamiaceae (mint) 2 stamens -- Blephilia, Collinsonia, Cunila, Hedeoma, Lycopus, Monarda, Salvia

Lamiaceae 4 stamens, axillary infl -- Ballota, Isanthus, Galeopsis, Glechoma, Isanthus, Lamium, Leonurus, Mentha, Melissa, Satureja

Lamiaceae terminal infl -- Collinsonia, Perilla, Physostegia

Lamiaceae fls 2-many - Agastache/Collinsonia/Dracocephalum/Elsholtzia/Hyssopus/Mentha/Nepeta/Prunella/Pycnanthemum/Satureja/Stachys/Thymus Lamium album (white dead nettle) 423 -- white fls; OT coarse, egg; gardens, roadsides, waste pls.

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