ALVIN W. CHAPMAN'S COLLECTION FROM FLOYD COUNTY, NORTHWEST GEORGIA, SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
IN 1872, 1882, & 1890's


Crataegus triflora Chapman, Floyd County, Northwest Georgia, May 1, 2008

Alvin (Alvan) W. Chapman (1809-1899) was the author of the first plant's manual for the Southern United States. It was published in 1860, and successively in 1884 and 1897 with descriptions of the plants that he collected in the Floyd County, Georgia with the plants that he collected from Florida and other regions of the South.

Since the 1950's, more than 240 plant specimens from the Floyd County, Georgia, collected by Chapman, have been kept at The John D. Freeman Herbarium (AUA) at Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama. Chapman's specimens had been included in the personal herbarium of Eliza F. Andrews, an author, teacher and botanist that was given to AUA herbarium in 1950's (Hansen 2003).
In September 2007, the author of this site received permission from Curtis Hansen, a Curator and Leslie R. Goertzen, a director at the John D. Freeman Herbarium to register the original identification of the specimens made by A.W. Chapman and collected in Floyd County, and add this information to original data compiled by the staff of The John D. Freeman Herbarium in 2003.

This list of Chapman's specimens from the Floyd County, Georgia also includes Chapman's specimens that are presently at: Herbarium of the University of Florida (FLAS), Gainesville, FL, Field Museum of Natural History, (F), Chicago, IL, Harvard University Herbaria (GH), Cambridge, MA, Herbarium of the Missouri Botanical Garden, (MO), St. Louis, MO, University of North Carolina Herbarium, (NCU), Chapel Hill, NC, Herbarium of the New York Botanical Garden (NY), New York, NY, and United States National Herbarium (US), Washington, DC . Some other published references were also added to the list.

ACNOWLEDGMENTS:
This significant list of flora of the Floyd County and Georgia has been made possible by the support and assistance of Curtis Hansen, Curator at The John D. Freeman Herbarium (AUA) at Auburn University, Auburn in Alabama, and the author is under great obligation to him.
Since 2004, the officials of these herbaria unselfishly shared their knowledge about A.W. Chapman's collection with the author and help her to compile this list: Walter Kittredge, Senior Curatorial Assistant at Harvard University Herbaria, Cambridge, MA., James C. Solomon, Curator at the Herbarium Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO, Carol A. McCormick, Assistant Curator for University of North Carolina Herbarium, Chapel Hill, NC, W. Douglas Stevens, Specialist at Missouri Botanical Garden's Herbarium, St. Louis, MO, Kent D. Perkins, Manager of Collection, University of Florida Herbarium, (FLAS), Gainesville, FL., and Tom Zanoni, Senior Collection Manager, Steere Herbarium, the New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY.
Walter Kittredge also shared some ideas how to present the table's data, and Tom Zanoni has been providing assistance in the comparison of recently collected specimens in Floyd County, to the type specimens in NY Herbarium collected by A.W. Chapman from Floyd County, Georgia.
The copies of the references have been made available to the author by David Evans, Specialist at Interlibrary Loan, Sara Hightower Regional Library, Rome, Georgia who found them in many libraries around USA. Nevena C. Martin helped the author to collect references that have been stored at the Science Library at the University of Georgia in Athens.
The Livingston Library at the Shorter College in Rome, Georgia possesses many botanical manuals and books that author used many times for her research and at her every visit she always received support and help of the staff members John Rivest and DeWayne Williams. Jelena Crawford was my editor.
To each of them, thank you!

LIST OF PLANTS

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SPECIMEN'S ID./ CHAPMAN'S ID.: LOCATION/ PUBLISHED LOCATION : HERB. BARCODE :
Division: LYCOPODIOPHYTA - Lycopods
ISOETACEAE - Quillwort Family

Isoetes appalachiana D.F. Brunton & D.M. Britton, Appalachian Quillwort (Isoetes engelmannii var. georgiana Engelmann, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 641.)
Rome, Floyd County ( August 1872)/ "Slow-flowing water in Horseleg Creek, mountains of Georgia." US 00067518/ Type/ US 00135758/ Type
Division: PTERIDOPHYTA -- Ferns
ASPLENIACEAE -- Spleenwort Family

Asplenium resiliens Kunze, Blackstem Spleenwort, (Asplenium parvulum Mart & Galeotti, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 629.)
GA, Mountains of Georgia/"Calcareous rocks, Florida to Tennessee." AUA 5713
Asplenium rhizophyllum L., Walking Fern (Camptosorus rhizophyllus Link., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 628.) Bluff, Floyd Co./ "Shaded rocks on the mountains of Georgia, and northward." AUA 5763
DRYOPTERIDACEAE -- Wood Fern Family
Cystopteris bulbifera (L.) Bernh., Bulblet Bladderfern (Cystopteris bulbifera Bernh., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 631.)
Bluff, Floyd Co., GA/ "Rocks on the mountains of Georgia, and northward." AUA 631
Cystopteris fragilis (L.) Bernh., Brittle Bladderfern (Cystopteris fragilis Bernh., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 631.) Bluff, Floyd Co. / "Moist rocks on the mountains of Georgia, and northward." AUA 632
Polystichum acrostichoides (Michx.) Schott, Christmas fern (Aspidium acrostichoides Swartz., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 633.) Georgia (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Shady and rocky woods." AUA 644
Woodsia obtusa (Spreng.) Torr., Bluntlobe Cliff Fern (Woodsia obtusa Torr., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 634.) Rome/ "Rocky places, Georgia, and northward." AUA 5760
PTERIDACEAE-- Maidenhair Fern Family
Pellaea atropurpurea (L.) Link, Purple Cliffbrake (Pellaea atropurpurea Link., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 626.)
Bluff, Floyd Co., GA/ "Mountains of Alabama, and northward, mostly on lime-rock." AUA 5677
Adiantum pedatum L., Northern Maidenhair (Adiantum pedatum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 627.) Bluff, Floyd Co., GA/ "Shady woods, North Carolina, and northward." AUA 5741
THELYPTERIDACEAE-- Marsh Fern Family
Phegopteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Fée, Broad Beechfern (Polypodium hexagonoptera Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2 1884: 588.)
Rome, GA/ "Shady woods, Florida to Mississippi, westward, and northward." AUA 5749
Division MAGNOLIOPHYTA -- Flowering plants:
ACANTHACEAE-- Acanthus Family

Dyschoriste oblongifolia (Michx.) Kuntze, Oblongleaf Snakeherb (Ruellia ciliosa var.hybrida Gray; Ruellia ciliosa Pursh. fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897:364.)
Cemetery, Rome, GA/ "Dry soil." AUA 1001
ACERACEAE-- Maple family
Acer leucoderme Small, (Syn. Acer floridanum var. acuminatum Trelease fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 87.), White-Bark Maple
Mts. of Georgia (probably Floyd Co., Georgia/ "Rocky woods Florida and westward, the var. in the upper districts" MO 009599/ 785737 sheet
AGAVACEAE-- Century-plant Family
Manfreda virginica (L.) Salisb. ex Rose, False Aloe ( Agave virginica L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 468.)
Floyd Co., GA / "Sterile soil, Florida and northward." AUA 56
APIACEAE-- Carrot Family
Oxypolis rigidior (L.) Raf., Stiff Cowbane
Floyd Co., GA AUA 30426
Ptilimnium costatum (Elliot) Raf., Ribbed Mock Bishopweed Rome, GA MO 018815
ASCLEPIADACEAE-- Milkweed Family
Asclepias amplexicaulis Sm., Clasping Milkweed (Asclepias obtusifolia Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 364.)
Rome, GA/ "Sandy soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 252
Asclepias humistrataWalter, Sandhill Milkweed (Asclepias amplexicaulis Michx., fide A.W. Chapman; Asclepias humistrataWalter, fide R. E. Woodson, Ann. Misso. Bot. Gard. 41.1 (1954): 108-109.) Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, September 1891 MO 02187855 and MO 423556
Asclepias variegata L., Redring Milkweed (Asclepias variegata L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 362.) Rome, GA/ "Dry open woods and borders of fields, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 261
Matelea decipiens (Alexander) Woods., Oldfield Milkvine, [Gonolobus shortii Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 351], [ fide L. M. Perry, Rhodora 40. 476. (1938): 287.] Georgia, near Rome, (1882)/ "Low woodlands, North Georgia and Tennessee." GH
Matelea obliqua (Jacq.) Woods., Climbing Milkvine [Gonolobus obliquus R. Br., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 643.], [ fide L. M. Perry, Rhodora 40. 476. (1938): 287.] near Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, (1882)/ "Banks of the Coosa River, North Georgia, and northward." GH and P
AQUIFOLIACEAE-- Holly Family
Ilex longipes Chapman ex Trel., Georgia Holly (Ilex longipes Chapman, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 82.)
Bluff near Rome, GA/ "Rocky woods in the upper districts." AUA 525/possible Isotype
Ilex longipes Chapman ex Trel., Georgia Holly Rome, Georgia MO 785805/ Type & MO 2109568/ Type
ARACEAE-- Carrot Family
Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott, Jack in the Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum Torr., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 440.)
Rome, GA/ "Low rich woods, Florida , and northward." AUA 40
ARISTOLOCHIACEAE-- Birthwort Family
Aristolochia serpentaria L., Virginia Snakeroot (Aristolochia serpentaria L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 372.)
Rome, GA/ "Shady woods, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 5558
ASTERACEAE-- Composite Family
Achillea millefolium L., Common Yarrow
GA, Rome MO 275094
Antennaria plantaginifolia (L.) Richardson, Woman's Tobacco GA, Rome MO 026680
Cirsium altissimum (L.) Hill, Tall Thistle (Cirsium altissimum Spreng., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 247.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.) / "Fields and thickets, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 5650
Coreopsis auriculata L., Lobed Tickseed (Coreopsis auriculata L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 257.) Floyd, GA/ "Woods in the upper districts." AUA 4621
Coreopsis auriculata L., Lobed Tickseed Mts. of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.) FLAS 161474
Coreopsis latifolia Michx., Broadleaf Tickseed (Coreopsis latifolia Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 257.) Mts. of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "High mountains of Georgia and North Carolina". NY 31086
Coreopsis xdelphiniifolia Lam., Larkspurleaf Tickseed (Coreopsis delphiniifolia Lam., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 257.) Floyd, GA/ "Dry soil in the upper districts." AUA 4626
Coreopsis major Walt., Greater Tickseed (Coreopsis senifolia Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 257.) Floyd/ "Dry sandy woods Florida to North Carolina ." AUA 4631
Coreopsis pubescens Ell., Star Tickseed (Coreopsis pubescens Ell., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 630.) Rome, GA/ "Mountains of Georgia and Carolina." AUA 4629
Coreopsis pubescens Ell., Star Tickseed (Coreopsis pubescens Ell., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 257.) Mts. of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Mountains of Georgia and Carolina." FLAS 161473
Coreopsis tripteris L., Tall Tickseed (Coreopsis tripteris L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 257.) Floyd, GA/ "Woods and margins of fields." AUA 4632
Erigeron strigosus Muhl. ex Willd., Prairie Fleabane (Erigeron strigosus Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 226.) Rome, GA/ "Dry old fields, common." AUA 5633
Eurybia paludosa (Ait.) Nesom, Southern Swamp Aster ( Aster paludosus Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 199.) 1. Dry woods GA, (possible Floyd Co.)
2. Rome, Georgia (possible 1882)
1. AUA 5720
2. NY 1859061 (specimen on right)
Helianthus atrorubens L., Purpledisk Sunflower (Helianthus atrorubens L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 252.) Rome, GA/ "Dry soil, Florida to North Carolina." AUA 4760
Helianthus divaricatus L., Woodland Sunflower (Helianthus divaricatus L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 253.) Floyd/ "Dry woods." AUA 4764
Helianthus hirsutus Raf., Hairy Sunflower (Helianthus hirsutus Raf., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 253.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Dry soil in the upper districts." AUA 4767
Helianthus microcephalus Torr. & Gray, Small Woodland Sunflower (Helianthus microcephalus Torr. & Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 231.) Floyd, GA/ "Dry woods, Florida, and northward." AUA 61854
Helianthus tuberosus L., Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 252.) Rome, Floyd, GA, "This is our garden artichoke in a wild state."/ "Rich soil in the upper districts." AUA 4772
Ionactis linariifolius(L.) Greene, Flaxleaf Whitetop aster (Diplopappus linarifolius Hook, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 207.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co./ "Dry open woods, west Florida to Mississipi, and northward." AUA 6145
Krigia caespitosa (Raf.) Chambers, Weedy Dwarfdandelion, ( Apogon humilis Ell., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 270.) Rome, Floyd, GA/ "Florida to South Carolina." AUA 6162
Krigia dandelion (L.) Nutt., Potato Dwarfdandelion (Cynthia dandelion DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 249.) Rome, Floyd, GA/ "Damp soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 6161
Lactuca elongata Muhl var. intergrifolia Chapman, Lettuce (Lactuca elongata Muhl var. intergrifolia Chapman, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 252.) GA, (possible Floyd. Co./ Dry soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 5655
Lactuca floridana (L.) Gaertn. var. villosa (Jacq.) Cronq. Woodland Lettuce (Mulgedium acuminatum DC.; Lactuca acuminatum Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 253., and in 1897: 274.) Floyd, GA/ "Margins of fields, Florida and northward." AUA 5654
Leucanthemum vulgare Lam., Oxeye Daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare Lam., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 242.) Rome, GA/ "Fields. Introduced." AUA 4823
Liatris elegans (Walt.) Michx., Pinkscale Blazing Star (Liatris elegans Willd., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 210.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry pine barrens, Florida to South Carolina, and westward." AUA 4827
Liatris pilosa (Ait.) Willd. var. elegantula (Greene) Kartesz, comb. nov. ined., Shaggy Blazing Star (Liatris graminifolia (Walt.) Willd. var. elegantula (Greene) K. Schum.),, fide L. O. Gaiser, Rhodora 48. 573 (1946): 247, 254.) Rome, Floyd Co.  
Oligoneuron album (Nutt.) Nesom, Prairie Goldenrod (Syn. Aster ptarmicoides (Nees) Torrey & A. Gray var. georgianus A. Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 224.) Near Rome, Floyd Co, Georgia/" Mountains of Georgia." HUH (GH) 3728/ Holotype
Prenanthes spp. L., Rattlesnakeroot (Nabalus fraseri DC.; Prenanthes serpentaria Pursh, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 272.) Floyd, GA/ "Dry sterile soil. Florida, and northward." AUA 5670
Pseudognaphalium obtusifolium (L.) Hilliard & Burtt ssp. obtusifolium, Rabbit-tobacco, (Gnaphalium polycephalum Michx. var., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 239) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Old fields and open woods, common." AUA 4705
Rudbeckia fulgidaAit. var.umbrosa (C.L. Boynt. & Beadle) Cronq., Orange Coneflower [Rudbeckia heliopsidis Torr. & Gray., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 249], [Rudbeckia chapmani Boynton, C.L. & Beadle, fide C. D. Boynton and C.D. Beadle, Biltmore Bot. Stud. 1. 1901: 14] Rome, Floyd County/ "Low ground in the upper districts of Georgia and Alabama." US 00026865/ Type
Sericocarpus linifolius (L.) B.S.P., Narrowleaf Whitetop Aster (Sericocarpus solidagineus Ness., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 217.) unspecified, ( possible Floyd Co., GA/ "Low ground in the upper districts." AUA 4920
Sericocarpus spp.), Toothed Whitetop Aster (Sericocarpus conyzoides Ness., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 197.) GA, (possible Floyd Co./ "Dry gravelly or sandy soil, in the middle and upper districts, Georgia and northward." AUA 4921
Solidago auriculata Shuttlw. ex Blake, Eared Goldenrod (Solidago amplexicaulis Torr& Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 233.) Floyd, GA/ "Dry open woods." AUA 4936
Solidago bicolor L., White Goldenrod (Solidago bicolor L., var. (possible) concolor Torr&Gray., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 229.) Floyd, GA/ "Mountains of Georgia and Tennessee." AUA 4938
Solidago sphacelata Raf., Autumn Goldenrod (Solidago cordata Short., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 233.) Bluff, Floyd Co./ "Mountains of Georgia and North Carolina." AUA 4945
Solidago speciosa Nutt., Showy Goldenrod ( Solidago speciosa Nutt. var., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 229.) Floyd, GA/ "Dry soil; the first variety in the upper district." AUA 4982
Solidago ulmifolia Muhl. ex Willd., Elmleaf Goldenrod ( Solidago ulmifolia Muhl., ., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 232.) GA (possible Floyd Co./ "Low ground in the upper districts." AUA 4974
Symphyotrichum cordifolium (L.) Nesom Common Blue Wood Aster (Aster sagittifolius Willd., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 221.) GA, (possible Floyd Co./ "Rich woods, Florida and northward." AUA 5665
Symphyotrichum dumosum (L.) Nesom var. dumosum, Rice Button Aster (Aster dumosum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 222.) Rome, GA/ "Dry or damp soil, common, and running into several varieties." AUA 5624
Symphyotrichum laeve (L.) A.& D. Löve, Smooth Blue Aster (Aster gracilentus Torr.& Gray., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 200.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Lincolnton, North Carolina, Curtis." AUA 5626
Symphyotrichum novae-angliae L., (Aster novae-angliae L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 205.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.) "Upper districts, in low ground, and northward." AUA 5692
Symphyotrichum pilosum (Willd.) Nesom var. pilosum Hairy White Oldfield Aster (Aster ericoides L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 221.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 5631
Symphyotrichum patens (Ait.) Nesom var. patens, Late Purple Aster (Aster patens Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 220.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry soil, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 5688
Symphyotrichum puniceum (L.) A.& D. Löve var. puniceum, Purplestem Aster (Aster puniceus L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 223.) Floyd/ "Swampy thickets in the upper districts." AUA 5667
Symphyotrichum puniceum (L.) A.& D. Löve var. puniceum, Purplestem Aster ( Aster puniceus L. var. laevicaulis Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 223.) "Banks of the Coosa River, Rome, Georgia."  
BALSAMINACEAE-- Touch-Me-Not Family
Impatiens capensis Meerb., Jewelweed ( Impatiens fulva Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 65.)
Rome, GA/ "Shady swamps, Florida and northward." AUA 60784
BRASSICACEAE-- Mustard Family
Arabis georgiana Harper, Hairy Rockcress (Arabis hirsuta Scop., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 26.)
Banks of Coosa River, Rome/ "Banks of Coosa River, Georgia." AUA 952
Arabis laevigata (Muhl. ex Willd.) Poir. , Smooth Rockcress (Arabis laevigata DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 27.) Rome, GA/ "Rocks along the mountains." AUA 953
Cardamine concatenata (Michx.) Sw., Cutleaf Toothwort (Dentaria laciniata Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 25.) Rome, GA/ "Rich woods in the middle and upper districts." AUA 798
Cardamine dissecta (Leavenworth) Al-Shehbaz, Forkleaf Toothwort (Dentaria multifida Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 25.) Rome, GA/ "Rich woods in the upper districts." AUA 799
Cardamine bulbosa (Schreb. ex Muhl.) B.S.P., Bulbous (Cardamine rhomboidea DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 25.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Wet springy places, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 806
Rorippa palustris (L.) Bess. ssp. fernaldiana (Butters & Abbe) Jonsell, Fernald's Yellowcress (Nasturtium palustre DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 24.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Wet ground, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 946
Rorippa sessiliflora (Nutt.) A.S. Hitchc., Stalkless Yellowcress (Nasturtium sessiliflorum Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 24.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Wet ground. South Carolina, Tennessee, and westward." AUA 944 and AUA 954
CALYCANTHACEAE-- Calycanthus Family
Calycanthus floridus L. var. glaucus (Willd.) Torr. & Gray , Eastern Sweetshrub (Calycanthus laevigatus Willd., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 142.)
Mountains of Georgia/ "Banks of streams, Florida, Georgia, and westward." AUA 792
CAMPANULACEAE-- Bluebell Family
Campanulastrum americanum L.) Small American bellflower (Campanula americana L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 256.)
Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry rocky soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 6247
Campanula divaricata Michx., Small Bonny Bellflower (Campanula divaricata Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 278.) Horseleg Mountain, Floyd Co. and Rome, GA/ " Mountains of Georgia and Carolina." AUA 6405 and MO
Lobelia puberula Michx., Downy Lobelia Rome, Georgia, 1897 NCU 576470
Lobelia puberula Michx., Downy Lobelia (Lobelia puberula Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 254.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Swamps and low ground, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 625
CAPRIFOLIACEAE-- Honeysuckle Family
Triosteum perfoliatum L., Feverwort (Triosteum perfoliatum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 188.)
Floyd Co., GA/ "Shady woods in the upper districts." AUA 6006
Viburnum acerifolium L., Mapleleaf Viburnum Rome, GA AUA 5991
Viburnum bracteatum Rehder, Limerock Arrow-Wood [Viburnum mole Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 190.], [Viburnum bracteatum Rehder., fide A. Rehder, in Sarg. C.S., Trees, 1905: 135] "Cliffs of the Coosa River" Floyd Co., GA/" Cliffs of the Coosa River, near Rome, Georgia." (1897.)

"Georgia: cliffs of the Coosa River a few miles below Rome, Chapman in Herb. Gray, C.S Sargent, May 6 and October 2, 1899, October 6, 1900." (1905.)

F (IRN) 333354
Viburnum bracteatum Rehder, Limerock Arrow-Wood Floyd County, GA AUA 5992
Viburnum bracteatum Rehder, Limerock Arrow-Wood, flower Rome, Floyd County, Georgia HUH / (GH) 31629/ Type
Viburnum lentago L., Nannyberry Floyd County, GA AUA 5989
CARYOPHYLLACEAE-- Pink Family
Cerastium glomeratum Thuill., Sticky Chickweed (Cerastim vulgatum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 50.)
Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Fields, Florida and northward." AUA 6555
Paronychia canadensis (L.) Wood, Smooth Forked Nailwort ( Anychia dichotoma Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 397.) Bluff, Floyd County, GA/ "Open ground in the upper districts." AUA 6272
Paronychia montana (Small) Pax & K. Hoffmann, Mountain Nailwort, (fide E. L. Core, American Midland Naturalist 26. 2 (1941): 380.) Rome, Floyd Co., GA (A.W. Chapman) US
Silene regia Sims, Royal Catchfly (Silene regia Sims., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 40.) On road to Rome, Polk Co., GA/ "Upper districts of Georgia and westward." AUA 6301
Silene stellata (L.) Ait. f., Widowsfrill, Starry Campion (Silene stellata Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 40.) Floyd Co., GA and Rome, Georgia, 1897./ "Dry woods in the upper districts, and northward." AUA 6297; NCU 576472
Silene virginica L., Fire Pink (Silene virginica L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 40.) Rome, GA, and Rome, GA, 1897./ "Rich open woods, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 6298; NCU 576473
Stellaria pubera Michx., Star Chickweed (Stellaria pubera Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 43.) Rome, GA/ "Rocky woods in the upper districts." AUA 6288
CELASTRACEAE-- Bittersweet Family
Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq., Burningbush ( Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 80.)
Rome, GA/ "River banks, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 832
CLUSIACEAE-- St. Johnswort Family
Hypericum denticulatum Walt., (Syn. Hypericum angulosum) Coppery St. Johnswort (Hypericum angulosum Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 41.)
Rome, GA/ " Pine barren ponds (the var. in dry soil), Florida to North Carolina and westward." AUA 6574
Hypericum densiflorum Pursh, Bushy St. Johnswort (Hypericum ambiguum Ell., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 57.) Banks of Silver Creek, Floyd Co., GA/ "Banks of streams, on the mountains of Georgia and North Carolina." AUA 6535
Hypericum hypericoides (L.) Crantz, St. Andrew's Cross (Ascyrum Crux-Andreae L. var. multicaulis ; Ascyrum Crux-Andreae L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 56.) Rome, GA/ "Dry open woods in the upper districts." AUA 6587
Hypericum mutilum L., Dwarf St. Johnswort (Hypericum mutilum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 60.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Ditches and low ground, common." AUA 6566
Hypericum nudiflorum Michx. ex Willd. Early St. Johnswort (Hypericum nudiflorum Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 58.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Low grounds, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 6572
Hypericum prolificum L., Shrubby St. Johnswort (Hypericum aureum Bartram, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 58.) Banks of Horsleg Creek, Rome, GA/ "Banks of the Flint River, Georgia to Tennessee, and westward." AUA 6531
Hypericum punctatum Lam., Spotted St. Johnswort (Hypericum maculatum Walt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 58.) Rome, GA/ "Dry pine barrens, Florida to North Carolina." AUA 6570
COMMELINACEAE-- Spiderwort Family
Tradescantia subaspera Ker-Gawl. var. montana (Shuttlw. ex Britt.) E.S. Anderson & Woods. (Syn. Tradescantia comata Small), Zigzag Spiderwort [Tradescantia pilosa Lam., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 525.)]
[ Tradescantia comata Small, fide J.K. Samll, Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 24.5. (1897) : 234-235.]
Mts. of Georgia (possably Floyd County)/ "Light soil in the upper districts." NY 247462/Type
CONVOLVULACEAE-- Morning-glory Family
Ipomoea coccinea L., Redstar (Quamoclit coccinea Moench., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 341.)
Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Cultivated ground, in the middle and upper districts, and northward." AUA 587
Ipomoea hederacea Jacq., Ivyleaf Morning-glory (Pharbitis nil Chois., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 342.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Cultivated ground, Florida, and northward." AUA 6079
Ipomoea lacunosa L., Whitestar Rome, GA, 1897. NCU 576373
Ipomoea pandurata (L.) G.F.W. Mey., Man of the Earth (Ipomoea pandurata Meyer., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 328.) Rome, GA/ "River banks and margins of swamps, rarely in sandy barrens." AUA 6076
Jacquemontia tamnifolia (L.) Griseb. (Ipomoea tamnifolia L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 342.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Cultivated ground, Florida to South Carolina, and westward." AUA 6081
CORNACEAE-- Dogwood Family
Cornus sericea L., Redosier Dogwood (Cornus sericea L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 167.)
Rome, GA/ "Swamps, Florida to North Carolina and northward." AUA 239
CRASSULACEAE-- Stonecrop Family
Penthorum sedoides L., Ditch Stonecrop (Penthorum sedoides L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 151.)
Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Ditches and muddy places." AUA 446
Sedum ternatum Michx., Woodland Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 150.) Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Mountain-rocks, Georgia, Tennessee, and northward." AUA 464
CYPERACEAE-- Sedge Family
Carex albicans Willd. ex Spreng. var. emmonsii (Dewey ex Torr.) J. Rettig, Emmons' Sedge (Carex emmonsii Dew.; Carex varia Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 567.)
Rome, GA/ "Dry light soil, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 6437
Carex cephalophora Muhl. ex Willd., Oval-leaf Sedge (Carex cephalophora Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 561.) Rome, GA, 1897/ "Dry soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 6453 and MO 983660
Carex crinita Lam., Fringed Sedge (Carex crinita Lam., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 563.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Swamps in the upper districts." AUA 6653
Carex cherokeensis Schwein., Cherokee Sedge (Carex cherokeensis Schk., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 570.) Rome, GA/ "Banks of the Apalachicola River, Florida, to the mountains of Georgia, and westward." AUA 6659
Carex flaccosperma Dewey, Thinfruit Sedge (Carex flaccosperma Dew., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 567.) Rome, GA/ "Rich shaded soil, Georgia, and westward." AUA 6669
Carex granularis Muhl. ex Willd., Limestone Meadow Sedge (Carex granularis Muhl. var., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 567.) Rome, GA/ "Meadows and banks of streams, Florida, and northward." AUA 6668
Carex grisea Wahlenb., Inflated Narrow-leaf Sedge, Syn. Carex amphibole Steud. var. turgida Fern., ( Carex grisea Wahl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 567.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Low ground, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 6666
Carex grayi Carey, Gray's Sedge (Carex grayii Carey, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 661.) Floyd, GA/ "Swamps near Rome, Georgia, and northward." AUA 6436
Carex hirsutella Mackenzie, Fuzzy Wuzzy Sedge (Carex triceps Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 565.) Rome, GA/ "Damp soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 6662
Carex lucorum Willd. ex Link., Blue Ridge Sedge (Carex nigromarginata Schw. var lucorum; Carex nigromarginata Schw., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 567.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry open woods, North Carolina, and westward." AUA 6444
Carex meadii Dewey, Mead's sedge (Carex meadii Dew., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 661.) Rome, GA/ "Mountains of Georgia, and northward." AUA 6487
Carex purpurifera Mack., Purple Sedge ( Carex laxiflora Lam. var. nigripes Chapm., Orig. id.) Cliffs of the Coosa, at the "Bluff" near Rome, GA MO 02783545
Carex retroflexa Muhl. ex Willd., Reflexed Sedge (Carex retroflexa Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 562.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Open woods, florida, and northward." AUA 6456
Carex spp. L., (Carex stenolepis Torr., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 ed, 1884: 537.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Swamps and meadows, upper districts of Georgia to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 6424
Carex squarrosa L., Squarrose Sedge (Carex squarrosa L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 564.) Rome, Floyd Co., GA/ "Swamps, and meadows, near the mountains, Georgia, and northward." AUA 6425
Carex striatula Michx., Lined Sedge (Carex laxifloraLam. var. striatula Chapman, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 568.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry open woods and margins of fields: common, and varying greatly in the forms of the perigynia and width of the leaves." AUA 6489
Cyperus diandrus Torr., Umbrella Flatsedge (Cyperus diandrus Torr., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 533.) Rome, GA/ "Wet places, North Carolina, and northward." AUA 6350
Cyperus lancastriensis Porter ex Gray, Manyflower Flatsedge (Cyperus lancastriensis T.C. Porter., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 539.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Alabama (Porter, and northward." AUA 6345
Cyperus plukenetii Fern., Plukenet's Flatsedge (Cyperus retrofractus Torr., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 538.) Floyd County, GA/ "Barren sandy soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 6338
Cyperus refractus Engelm. ex Boeckl. (Cyperus refractus Engelm. i.n.ed., Floyd Co., GA/ "Georgia, Tennessee, and westward." AUA 6342
Eleocharis compressa Sullivant, Flatstem Spikerush (Eleocharis compressa Sulliv., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 545.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Wet places, mountains of Georgia, Tennessee, and northward." AUA 6066
Eleocharis tenuis (Willd.) J.A. Schultes, Slender Spikerush, (Eleocharis tenuis Schultes, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 544.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Wet places, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 6065
Scirpus atrovirens Willd., Green Bulrush, (Scirpus atrovirens Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 548.) Rome, Georgia/ "Marshes and wet banks in the upper districts." AUA 6052
DIOSCOREACEAE-- Yam Family
Dioscorea villosa L., Wild Yam, (Dioscorea villosa L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 474.)
GA, (possible Floyd Co.,)/ "Margins of swamps, Florida, and northward." AUA 341
ERICACEAE-- Heath Family
Chimaphila maculata (L.) Pursh, Striped Prince's Pine (Chimaphila maculata Pursh., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 289.)
Floyd Co., GA/ "Dry open woods in the middle and upper districts." AUA 6401
Oxydendrum arboreum (L.) DC., Sourwood (Oxydendrum arboreum DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 263.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Rich woods, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 548
Vaccinium corymbosum L., Highbush Blueberry (Vaccinium constablaei Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 260.) Mountains of GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "On the summit of Rosa Mountain, North Carolina." AUA 576
EUPHORBIACEAE-- Spurge Family
Acalypha virginica L., Virginia Threeseed Mercury (Acalypha virginica L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 405.)
Rome, GA/ "Fields and around dwellings, Florida, and northward." AUA 6485
Chamaesyce hypericifolia (L.) Millsp, Graceful Sandmat (Euphorbia hypericifolia L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 403.) Rome, GA / "Cultivated grounds, Florida and northward." AUA 166
Croton monanthogynus Michx., Prairie Tea (Croton monanthogynus Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 408.) Kingston, Bartow Co., GA/ "Dry sterile soil, South Florida to North Carolina." AUA 975
Euphorbia corollata L., Flowering Spurge (Euphorbia corollata L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 400.) Rome, GA/ "Dry rich soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 982
Euphorbia mercurialina Michx., Mercury Spurge (Euphorbia mercurialina Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 422.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Rocky woods in the upper districts." AUA 979
FABACEAE-- Bean Family
Amorpha herbacea Walt. var. herbacea, Clusterspike False Indigo [Amorpha herbacea Walt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2nd ed. 1884: 102.]
[Amorpha caroliniana Croom., fide C. K. Schneider, Bott. Gaz. 43.5. (1907) : 302].
"Low pine barrens, Florida to North Carolina, and westward."/ Floyd Co.
Desmodium laevigatum (Nutt.) DC., Smooth Ticktrefoil (Desmodium laevigatum DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 103.) Rome, GA/ "Dry rich soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 2805
Desmodium marilandicum (L.) DC., Smooth Small-leaf Ticktrefoil (Desmodium marilandicum Boott., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 104.) Rome, GA/ "Dry open woods, Florida, and northward." AUA 2797
Desmodium perplexum B.G. Schub., Perplexed Ticktrefoil Georgia, Floyd NCU 576447
Desmodium rotundifolium DC. , Prostrate Ticktrefoil (Desmodium rotundifolium DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 103.) Rome, GA/ "Dry open woods, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 2810
Lespedeza bicolor Turcz., Shrub Lespedeza (Lespedeza violacea Pers. var. divergens, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 101.) Rome, GA/ "Dry barren soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 2881
Lespedeza bicolor Turcz., Shrub Lespedeza (Lespedeza violacea Pers., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 110.) Rome, GA/ "Dry sandy or rocky woods." AUA 2882
Lespedeza hirta (L.) Hornem., Hairy Lespedeza (Lespedeza hirta Ell., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 101.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry barren soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 2863
Lespedeza violacea (L.) Pers., Violet Lespedeza (Lespedeza violacea Pers. var. sessiliflora, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 101.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry barren soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 2880
Mimosa microphylla Dry., Littleleaf Sensitive-Briar (Schrankia horidula var.angularis Chapm. fide A.V. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 127.) Near Rome, Floyd County/ "Dry open woods in the upper districts." US 00000765/ Holotype
Orbexilum pedunculatum (P. Mill.) Rydb. var. pedunculatum, Sampson's Snakeroot (Psoralea melilotoides Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 92.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Dry soil, Florida to Tennessee, and westward." AUA 2959
Salvia azurea Michx. ex Lam. var. grandiflora Benth., Pitcher Sage [Salvia spp. A.W. Chapman identification]
[Salvia azurea subsp. media Epling C.C., C.C. Epling identification]
Rome, Floyd County US 00121413/Holotype
Senna marilandica (L.) Link, Maryland Senna (Cassia marilandica L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 114.) unspecified, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Rich soil, , Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 2740
Strophostyles helvola (L.) Elliott, Amberique-bean (Phaseolus diversifolius Pers., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 106.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Sandy soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 2950/Herb.Chapm.
Vicia caroliniana Walt., Carolina Vetch (Vicia caroliniana Walt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 106.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Dry open woods, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 3113/Herb.Chapm.
FAGACEAE-- Beech Family
Fagus grandifolia Ehrh., American Beech (Fagus ferruginea Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 425.)
GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Damp sandy soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 369
Quercus alba L., White Oak (Quercus alba L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 423.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Damp woods, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 390
Quercus castanea, Chestnut-Oak (Quercus castanea Willd.; Quercus muehlenbergii Engelm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 424., and in 1897: 447.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Rocky woods, West Florida to Mississippi, and northward." (1884) and "Rocky woods, chiefly in the upper districts." (1897) AUA 372
Quercus falcata Michx., Southern Red Oak (Quercus falcata Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 422.) Rome, GA/ "Dry woods, Florida, and northward." AUA 375
GENTIANACEAE-- Gentian Family
Gentiana saponaria L., Harvestbells Gentiana saponaria L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 339.)
Valley of the Coosa River, GA/ "Moist woods in the upper districts." AUA 227
Gentiana villosa L., Striped Gentian (Gentiana ochroleuca Froel., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 338.) Polk Co., GA/ "Open woods." AUA 231
Sabatia angularis (L.) Pursh , Rosepink (Sabatia angularis Pursh., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 352.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Low rich woods, Florida, and northward." AUA 5844
GERANIACEAE-- Geranium Family
Geranium maculatum L., Spotted Geranium (Geranium maculatum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 66.)
Rome, GA/ "Open woods in the upper districts." AUA 821
HYDRANGEACEAE-- Hydrangea Family
Hydrangea arborescens L., Wild Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 147.)
Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Banks of streams." AUA 476
Decumaria barbara L., Woodvamp (Decumaria barbara L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 147.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Banks of streams" AUA 479
JUGLANDACEAE-- Walnut Family
Juglans nigra L., Black Walnut (Juglans nigra L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 442.)
Floyd County, GA/ "Rich woods in the upper districts." AUA 925
JUNCACEAE-- Rush Family
Juncus brachycarpus Engelm., Whiteroot Rush (Juncus brachycarpus Engelm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 521.)
Rome, GA/ "Florida to South Carolina, and westward." AUA 6686
Juncus sp. L., (Juncus brachycarpus Engelm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 658.) Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.,)/ "South Carolina (Beyrich), mountains of Georgia ?, and westward." A. W. Chapman 6691
Juncus filipendulus Buckley, (Syn. Juncus leptocaulis Torr. & Gray ex Engelm.), Ringseed Rush (Juncus leptocaulis Torr. & Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 523.) Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Georgia, Tennessee, and westward." AUA 6676
LAMIACEAE-- Mint Family
Collinsonia canadensis L., Richweed (Collinsonia scabriuscula Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 377.)
Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Rich sady woods in the upper districts." FLAS 161368
Collinsonia verticillata Baldw., Stoneroot (Collinsonia verticillata Baldw., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 378.) Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Light shaded soil, chiefly in the upper districts." FLAS 161369
Prunella vulgaris L. , Common Selfheal (Brunella vulgaris L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 384.) Rome, GA/ "Introduced." AUA 4122
Pycnanthemum loomisii Nutt., Loomis' mountainmint (Pycnanthemum incanum Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 314.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry woods and fence-rows, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 4133
Scutellaria elliptica Muhl. ex Spreng., Hairy Skullcap (Scutellaria pilosa Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 385.) Rome, GA/ " Dry soil." AUA 4171/Herb. Chapm.
Scutellaria ovata Hill ssp. ovata, Heartleaf Skullcap (Scutellaria versicolor Nutt. var., original ident. by A.W.Chapman ] Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia NY 415713/ possible a Type
Scutellaria incana Biehler, Hoary Skullcap (Scutellaria canescens Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 385.) Rome, Georgia/ "Dry open woods." AUA 4159
Scutellaria incana Biehler var. punctata (Chapman) C. Mohr , Dotted Skullcap [Scutellaria canescens Nutt. var. punctata Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 323.]
[Scutellaria punctata Leon., fide C.C. Epling, Un. of Ca. Pub. in Bot. 20 (1942): 80-81.]
Rome, Floyd County/ "Dry open woods, Florida and Georgia." NY 415675/ Type
Scutellaria integrifolia L., (Scutellaria integrifolia L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 323.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry sandy soil, Florida to North Carolina, and westward." AUA 4167 Herb. Chapm.
Scutellaria parvula Michx., (Scutellaria parvula Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 324.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Rocky woods, west Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 4169/ Herb. Chapm.
Scutellaria montana Chapm., [Scutellaria montana Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, fide A.W. Chapman Botanical Gazette 3.2. (1878): 11.]
[Scutellaria montana Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 385.]
[Scutellaria montana Chapm., fide C.C. Epling, Un. of Ca. Pub. in Bot. 20 (1942): 85]
Floyd Co., Georgia/ "Dry woods, and margins of fields, on the mountains of Georgia." AUA 4168/ Isotype
Scutellaria montana Chapm., Large-Flowered Skullcap Undisclosed NY 415699/ Type
Trichostema dichotomum L., (Trichostema dichotomum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 327.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry sandy soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 4183
LILIACEAE-- Lily Family
Hypoxis hirsuta (L.) Coville, Common Goldstar (Hypoxys erecta L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 495.)
Rome, GA/ "Low ground, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 59
Maianthemum racemosum (L.) Link, Feathery False Lily of the Valley (Smilacina racemosa Desf., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 508.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Rich soil in the upper districts." AUA 6409
Maianthemum racemosum (L.) Link ssp. racemosum , Feathery False Lily of the Valley (Smilacina racemosa Desf., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 508.) Rome, GA, 1897 NCU 576491(2X)
Polygonatum biflorum (Walt.) Ell. var. commutatum (J.A. & J.H. Schultes) Morong,, Smooth Solomon's Seal ( Polygonatum commutatum (J.A. & J.H. Schultes) A. Dietr., fide R.R. Gates, Bull.of the Tor. Bot.Cl. 44. 3 ( 1917): 122- 123. Cliffs of the Coosa River, Rome, 1872(published loc.); no locality on the specimens at MO Herbarium A.W. Chapman 3886, 3917/ MO 3343987; MO3343986
Stenanthium gramineum (Ker-Gawl.) Morong, Eastern Featherbells (Stenanthium angustifolium Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 516.) Floyd County, GA/ "Shady woods in the upper districts." AUA 6233
Trillium catesbaei Ell., Bashful Wakerobin (Trillium stylosum Nutt., , fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 506.) Mountains of GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Low shady woods in the middle and upper districts, Georgia to North Carolina." AUA 48
Trillium cuneatum Raf., Little Sweet Betsy (Trillium sessile L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 504.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co./ "Rich shady woods, in the upper districts, and northward." AUA 49
LINACEAE-- Flax Family
Linum striatum Walt., Ridged Yellow Flax, (Linum striatum Walt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 64.
Floyd, GA/ "Swamps in the upper districts." AUA 813
LYTHRACEAE-- Loosestrife Family
Lythrum alatum Pursh., Winged Lythrum (Lythrum alatum Pursh., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 134.)
GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Swamps and river-banks, Florida, and northward." AUA 877
MENISPERMACEAE-- Moonseed Family
Menispermum canadense L., Common Moonseed (Menispermum canadense L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 15.)
Banks of the Coosa River, GA/ "River banks, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 5905
Cocculus carolinus (L.) DC, Carolina Coralbead (Cocculus carolinus DC., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 15.) Rome, GA/ "Woods and thickets.") AUA 5906
ONAGRACEAE-- Onagraceae – Evening Primrose Family
Gaura filipes Spach., Slenderstalk Beeblossom (Gaura filipes Spach., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 161.)
Floyd, GA/ "Dry pine barrens, Florida to South Carolina, and westward." AUA 6419
ORCHIDACEAE-- Orchid Family
Corallorhiza odontorhiza (Willd.) Poir., Autumn Coralroot (Corallorhiza odontorhiza Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 454.)
GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Shady woods, Florida, and northward." AUA 343
Malaxis unifolia Michx., Green Adder's-Mouth Orchid (Microstylis ophioglossoides Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 453.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Shady woods, Florida, and northward." AUA 918
Platanthera clavellata (Michx.) Luer, Small Green Wood Orchid (Gymnadenia tridentate Lindl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 485.) Texas Valley, Floyd Co., GA/ "Low shady woods in the upper districts." AUA 771
Spiranthes ovalis Lindl. var. ovalis, October lady's tresses [ Spiranthes cernua var. parviflora Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 488.],
[ Spiranthes parviflora (Chapm.) Ames, fide O. Ames, Orch. 1. 1905: 137.]
[Spiranthes ovalis Lindl., fide O. Ames, Rhod. 8. (1908): 15-16.]
Floyd Co., Sept. 1891./ " Low shady woods, near Rome, Georgia. Sept."/ Type Locality  
OXALIDACEAE-- Wood-Sorrel Family
Oxalis violacea L., Violet Woodsorrel (Oxalis violacea L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 65.)
Rome, GA/ "Rich woods, West Florida to North Carolina, and westward." AUA 817
POACEAE-- Grass Family
Aira elegans Willd. ex Kunth, Annual Silver Hairgrass ( Aira capillaris Host., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 604.)
Cemetery, Rome, GA/ "Gravelly hills, Rome, Georgia." AUA 28
Agrostis elliottiana J.A. Schultes, Elliott's Bentgrass (Agrostis arachnoides Ell., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 509.) Rome, GA/ "Fields and open woods in the upper districts." AUA 18
Aristida dichotoma Michx. var. dichotoma, Churchmouse Threeawn (Aristida dichotoma Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 553.) Rome, GA/ "Dry soil in the upper districts." AUA 6134
Chasmanthium latifolium (Michx.) Yates, Indian Woodoats (Uniola latifolia Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 617.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Banks of rivers in the upper districts." AUA 331
Cinna arundinacea L., Sweet Woodreed (Cinna arundinacea L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 509.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Mountains of North Carolina." AUA 6094
Danthonia spicata (L.) Beauv. ex Roemer & J.A. Schultes, Poverty Oatgrass (Danthonia spicata L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 605.) Rome, GA/ "Dry barren soil." AUA 5620
Dichanthelium depauperatum (Muhl.) Gould, Starved Panicgrass (Panicum depauperatum Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 585.) Cemetery, Rome/ "Dry sandy soil in the upper districts." AUA 6046
Dichanthelium dichotomum (L.) Gould var. dichotomum Cypress Panicgrass (Panicum dichotomum L. var., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1883: 576.) Floyd, Georgia MO 811160 (Collector Anonymous-probably A.W.Chapman)
Dichanthelium laxiflorum (Lam.) Gould, Openflower Rosette Grass (Panicum laxiflorum var. pubescens (Lam.) Chapman, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1884: 586.) Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry open woods and fields, very common." AUA 6207
Dichanthelium sphaerocarpon (Ell.) Gould var. isophyllum Scribn.) Gould & C.A. Clark, (Syn. Dichanthelium polyanthes ), Roundseed Panicgrass (Panicum microcarpon Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1884: 585.) Rome, GA/ "Rich shaded soil, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 6048
Elymus hystrix L. var. hystrix, Eastern Bottlebrush Grass (Gymnostrichum hystrix Schreb., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 567.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Upper districts, Georgia, and northward." AUA 6175
Elymus virginicus L., Virginia Wildrye (Elymus virginicus L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 567.) Banks of Coosa River, Rome, GA/ "River-banks, Florida, and northward." AUA 5600
Elymus virginicus L. var.virginicus , Virginia Wildrye (Elymus virginicus L. var. glabriflorus (Vasey ex L.H. Dewey) Bush, fide A.W. Chapman) Floyd, GA/Sept. 1891 MO 836254
Eragrostis frankii C.A. Mey. ex Steud., Sandbar Lovegrass (Eragrostis frankii Meyer., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 616.) Rome, GA/ "Low ground, in the upper districts." AUA 6109
Festuca paradoxa Desv., Clustered Fescue (Festuca nutans Willd., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 611.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Rich woods and banks." AUA 685
Leersia oryzoides (L.) Sw., Rice Cutgrass (Leersia oryzoides Swartz., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 589.) Rome, GA/ "Swamps and ponds, common." AUA 901
Leersia virginica Willd., Whitegrass (Leersia virginica Willd., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 589.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "With the preceding, common." AUA 900
Melica mutica Walt., Twoflower melicgrass (Melica muticaWalt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 612.) Rome, GA/ "Rich open woods." AUA 316
Muhlenbergia frondosa (Poir.) Fern., Wirestem Muhly (Muhlenbergia mexicana Trin., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 603.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Damp soil, North Carolina, and northward." AUA 704
Muhlenbergia sylvatica Torr. ex Gray, Woodland Muhly (Muhlenbergia willdenovii Trin., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 603.) Rome, GA/ "Dry rocky soil in the upper districts." AUA 706
Panicum capillare L. ssp. capillare, Witchgrass (Panicum capillare L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 584.) Rome, GA/ "Dry soil common." AUA 5573
Panicum flexile (Gattinger) Scribn., Wiry Panicgrass (Panicum capillare L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 584.) Rome, GA AUA 5574
Panicum rigidulum Bosc ex Nees, Redtop Panicgrass Rome, Georgia, 1898. MO 867371
Panicum rigidulum Bosc ex Nees var. rigidulum , Redtop Panicgrass (Panicum anceps var. strictum Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 573.) unspecified, (the Type specimen was from Florida)/ " Damp sterile soil, Florida, and northward." AUA 5589 and 5590/ Isotype?
Paspalum floridanum (Ell.), Michx. Florida Paspalum (Paspalum floridanum Mich, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2nd edit. 1884: 570.) Floyd Co., Georgia / "Damp soil, near the coast, Florida." MO 965323
Paspalum fluitans (Ell.) Kunth, Horsetail Paspalum (Paspalum fluitans Kunth, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1884: 579.) Rome, GA/ "Along rivers in still water." AUA 6025
Poa annua L., Annual bluegrass Rome, GA, 1884/ "Introduced." MO 977275
Poa cuspidata Nutt., Early Bluegrass (Poa brevifolia Muhl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 615.) Bluff, Floyd Co., GA/ "Rich soil, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 323
Poa pratensis L., Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 614.) Rome, GA/ "Introduced." AUA 325
Poa sylvestris Gray, Woodland Bluegrass (Poa sylvestris Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 615.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Mountains of Georgia and Tennessee." AUA 327
Sorghastrum nutans (L.) Nash, Indiangrass (Sorghum avenaceum (Michx.) Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 596.) Rome/ "Dry sterile soil." AUA 696
Sporobolus vaginiflorus (Torr. ex Gray) Wood, Poverty Dropseed (Vilfa aspera var. minor; Vilfa aspera Beauv., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 550.; Sporobolus vaginiflorus Vasey var. minor Scribner, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 598.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry sandy soil, Florida, and northward." (1884.); "Dry barren soil, North Carolina and Tennessee. with the type." (1897.) AUA 718
PODOSTEMACEAE-- River-weed Family
Podostemum ceratophyllum Michx., Hornleaf Riverweed (Podostemum ceratophyllum Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 420.)
Coosa River, GA/ "Rocky places in rivers, Georgia, and northward." AUA 4
POLYGALACEAE-- Milkwort Family
Polygala verticillata L., Whorled Milkwort (Polygala verticillata L., (Polygala verticillata L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 85.)
GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry sandy soil, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." AUA 514
Polygala verticillata L., Whorled Milkwort (Polygala ambigua Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 92.) Rome/ "Gravelly hills in the upper districts." AUA 516
POLYGONACEAE-- Buckwheat Family
Polygonum erectum L., Erect Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare L. var. erectum, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 411.)
GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Waste places andalong roads, common." AUA 105
Polygonum persicaria L., Water-pepper (Polygonum persicaria L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 410.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Waste places. Introduced." AUA 93
Polygonum virginianum L., (Syn. Tovara virginiana (L.) Raf.), Jumpseed (fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 410.) Rome, GA/ "Dry rich soil." AUA 109
POLYMONIACE-- Phlox Family
Phlox glaberrima L., Smooth phlox
Floyd, GA NCU 576345
RANUNCULACEAE-- Crowfoot Family
Aquilegia canadensis L., Red Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 8.)
Floyd Co., GA/"Rocky woods, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 131
Delphinium carolinianum Walt. ssp. virescens (Nutt.) Brooks, Carolina Larkspur ( Delphinium virescens Nutt, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 9.) Valley of the Coosa River, Rome, Georgia  
Delphinium tricorne Michx., Dwarf Larkspur (Delphinium tricorne Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 9.) near Rome, Georgia/ "Mountains of Georgia and Tennessee. AUA 136
Hepatica nobilis Schreber var. acuta (Pursh) Steyermark, Sharplobe Hepatica (Hepatica acutiloba; Anemone acutiloba Lawson., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 4.) "Bluff" near Rome, GA/ "Mountains of Georgia, and northward." AUA 10518
Ranunculus parviflorus L., Smallflower Buttercup (Ranunculus parviflorus L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 6.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Roadsides and waste ground." AUA 125
Ranunculus pusillus Poir., Low Spearwort (Ranunculus pusillus Poir., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 7.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Miry banks in the upper districts." AUA 124
Thalictrum debile Buckl., Southern Meadow-rue [Thalictrum debile Buckl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 5.]
[Thalictrum debile Buckl., fide B. Boivin, Rhodora 46. 551. (1944): 433.]
Near Rome, GA / "Rocky woods, mountains of Georgia and Alabama." AUA 5830
Thalictrum debile Buckley, Trailing Meadowrue (Thalictrum debile Buckl., fide B. Boivin, Rhodora 46. 551. (1944): 433.) Mts. of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.) FLAS 161440
Thalictrum revolutum DC., Waxyleaf Meadow-rue (Thalictrum cornuti L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 5.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Meadows and woods, florida and northward." AUA 5829
RHAMNACEAE-- Buckthorn Family
Ceanothus americanus L., New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus L., ., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 77.)
Rome, GA/ "Dry woods." AUA 846
ROSACEAE-- Rose Family
Agrimonia gryposepala Wallr., Tall Hairy Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 133.)
Floyd Co., GA/ "Dry open woods." AUA 148
Agrimonia parviflora Ait., Harvestlice (Agrimonia parviflora Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 133.) Floyd Co., GA/ "Swamps, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 143 and MO 032830
Agrimonia pubescens Wallr. Soft Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 133.) Rome, GA MO 032918
Agrimonia rostellata Wallr., Beaked Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria L. (paniculata), fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 133.) Floyd Co./ ""Dry open woods." AUA 145
Agrimonia striata Michx. Roadside Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 133.) GA, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry open woods." AUA 147
Crataegus tomentosa L. var.microcarpa Chapman, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 139.
(apom. segregate of Crataegus calpodendron (Ehrh.)Medik)
Banks of Silver Creek, Floyd Co., GA/ "River banks near Rome, Georgia."
Crataegus collina Chapman, (apom. segregate of Crataegus punctata Jacq.,), Dotted Hawthorn (Crataegus collina Chapman, fide fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 141.) Rome, Floyd County, 1882/ "Rockt hillsides, North Carolina and Tennessee." HUH 247759/ (A 39575/ Lectotype
Crataegus flava Ait., Yellowleaf Hawthorn, and Crataegus uniflora Muenchh., Dwarf Hawthorn (Crataegus flava Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 140.) Floyd Co./ "Shady sandy places, Florida to North Carolina, and westward." AUA 419
Crataegus triflora Chapman, Three- flowered Hawthorn, (Crataegus coccinea L., not typical; Crataegus triflora Chapman, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 139.) Floyd Co./ "Clifs of the Coosa River, Georgia." AUA 423/ possible Isotype
Crataegus triflora Chapm., Three-Flower Hawthorn Rome, Floyd County US 00479499/ Chapman, Alvan W./847/?Type
Gillenia stipulata (Muhl. ex Willd.) Baill., (Syn. Porteranthus stipulatus (Muhl. ex Willd.) Britt.), Indian Physic (Gillenia stipulacea Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 122) Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Mountains of Alabama, and northward." AUA 150
Rosa virginiana P. Mill., (Syn. Rosa lucida Ehrh.), Virginia Rose (Rosa lucida Ehrh., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 126) Floyd Co./ "Florida to Mississippi, and northward, mostly in dry soil, common." AUA 436
Rosa setigera Michx., Climbing Rose (Rosa setigera Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 137.) Floyd/ "Borders of swamps, chiefly in the upper districts." AUA 430
RUBIACEAE-- Madder Family
Galium circaezans Michx. var. hypomalacum Fern., Licorice Bedstraw (Galium circaezans Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 192.)
Bluff, Floyd Co. GA/ "Dry open woods." AUA 5933
Galium hispidulum Michx., Coastal Bedstraw (Galium triflorum Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 192.) Rome, GA/ "Low shady places." AUA 5937
Galium obtusum Bigelow ssp. obtusum, Bluntleaf Bedstraw (Galium trifidum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 192.) Rome/ "Wet places." AUA 5945
Houstonia caerulea L., Azure Bluet (Oldenlandia caerulea Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 180; and Houstonia caerulea L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 199.) Rome/ "Low ground chiefly in the upper districts." (1897.) AUA 5947
Houstonia purpurea L., Venus' Pride (Oldenlandia purpurea Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 180; and Houstonia purpurea L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 199.) Floyd, Georgia and Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Woods, chiefly in the upper districts." NCU 576314 and AUA 5948
SALICACEAE-- Willow Family
Salix humilis Marsh., Prairie Willow (Salix humilis Marsh., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 453.)
Floyd Co./ "Barren soil in the upper districts." AUA 6258
SAXIFRAGACEAE-- Saxifrage Family
Heuchera americana L., American Alumroot (Heuchera americana L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 144.)
Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Shady rocky places in the middle and upper districts." AUA 472
Heuchera americana L. var. americana, American Alumroot, [ Heuchera americana L., A.W. Chapman's id.]
[ Heuchera calycosa Small, fide J.K. Small, Fl. S.E. U.S. 1903: 504.]
Mountains of Georgia NY 186000 / Holotype
Saxifraga virginiensis Michx., Early Saxifrage (Saxifraga virginiensis Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 144.) Rome, Georgia/ "Rocks on the mountains of Georgia and Carolina." AUA 469
SCROPHULARIACEAE-- Figwort family
Aureolaria flava (L.) Farw., Smooth Yellow False Foxglove (Dasystoma pubescens Benth., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 317.)
Floyd Co./ "Dry woods in the upper districts." AUA 894
Aureolaria flava (L.) Farw., Smooth Yellow False Foxglove (Dasystoma qurcifolia Beneth., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 317.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Rich woods and river banks." AUA 893
Aureolaria patula (Chapman) Pennell Spreading Yellow False Foxglove [Dasistoma patula Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, Bot. Gaz. 3.2. (1878): 10.]
[Dasistoma patula Chapm., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 317.]
[Aureolaria patula (Chapman) Pennell, fide F.W. Pennell, Proc. Aca. Nat. Sci. 71 (1919) : 271.]
Valley of the Coosa River, near Rome, Georgia; Floyd County/ "Mountains of Georgia and Tennessee." AUA 896/ possible Isotype
Aureolaria patula (Chapm.) Pennell, (Basin. Dasistoma patula Chapm.), Spreading Yellow Foxglove Rome, Floyd, Oct. 1872 NY 68320
Buchnera americana L., American Bluehearts (Buchnera americana L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 316.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Low pine barens, Florida, Georgia, and westward." AUA 6389
Chelone glabra L., White Turtlehead (Chelone glabra L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 308.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Wet banks of streams, rare in the lower districts." AUA 30383
Chelone glabra L., White Turtlehead (Chelone glabra typica L., fide F.W. Pennell, The Scroph. 1935: 187. 191.) Rome, Floyd  
Gratiola floridana Nutt., Florida Hedgehyssop (Gratiola floridana Nutt., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 308.) Floyd/ "Muddy banks, Florida to Tennessee." AUA 30380
Gratiola floridana Nutt., Florida Hedgehyssop (Gratiola floridana Nutt., fide F.W. Pennell, The Scroph. 1935 : 83- 84.) Rome, Floyd  
Gratiola viscidula Pennell var. typical, Short's Hedgehyssop [ Gratiola viscidula typica Penn., fide F.W. Pennell, The Scroph. 1935 : 80. 82.]
[ Gratiola viscosa Schw., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 nd ed., 1884 : 293
Rome, Floyd/ "Ditches and muddy places in the upper districts, Mississippi to North Carolina."  
Leucospora multifida (Michx.) Nutt., Narrowleaf Paleseed, [ Conobea multifida Benth., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 nd ed., 1884 : 636.] [Leucospora multifida (Michx.) Nutt., fide F.W. Pennell, The Scroph. 1935 : 104. 106.] "Valley of the Coosa River, Georgia, and westward."/ Rome, Floyd  
Mimulus alatus Ait., Sharpwing Monkeyflower (Mimulus alatus Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 310.) Rome/ "Swamps." AUA 999
Mimulus ringens L., Allegheny Monkeyflower (Mimulus ringens L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 309.) Floyd Co./ "Swamps in the upper districts." AUA 1000
Penstemon Schmidel, (Syn.Penstemon pubescens Aiton.), Beardtongue (Penstemon pubescens Sclan., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 308.) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Dry open woods, and fence-rows." AUA 6226
Scrophularia marilandica L., Carpenter's Square [Scrophularia marilandica L., fide F.W. Pennell, The Scroph. 1935: 283. 287.] [Scrophularia nodosa L.., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 nd ed., 1884 : 289] Rome, Floyd/ "Shady banks and thickets, Florida to Mississippi, and northward."]  
Scrophularia nodosa L., Woodland Figwort [Scrophularia serrulata Small, fide J.K. Small, FL. S.E. U.S. 1903 : 1337.] [Scrophularia nodosa L.., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 2 nd ed., 1884 : 289] Georgia (possible Floyd Co.) NY 130641/ Holotype
Veronica serpyllifolia L., Thymeleaf Speedwell (Veronica serpyllifolia L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 314.) Rome, GA/ "Low pastures in the upper districts." AUA 10522
Veronicastrum virginicum (L.) Farw., Culver's Root (Veronicastrum virginicum L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 314.) Floyd Co./ "Mountain meadows, Georgia, and northward." AUA 10526
SOLANACEAE-- Potato Family
Physalis virginiana P. Mill., Virginia groundcherry (Physalis lanceolata Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 324.)
Rome, GA/ "Dry sandy soil." AUA 6383
STAPHYLEACEAE-- Bladdernut Family
Staphylea trifolia L., American Bladdernut (Staphylea trifolia L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 84.)
Floyd Co./ "Damp woods, in the upper districts." AUA 30395
URTICACEAE-- Nettle Family
Parietaria pensylvanica Muhl. ex Willd., Pennsylvania Pellitory (Parietaria pensylvanica Muxl., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 436.)
Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Shaded rocks in the upper districts." AUA 396
VERBENACEAE-- Verbena Family
Verbena officinalis L., Herb of the Cross [Verbena officinalis L., fide A.W.Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 369.]
[Verbena officinalis L., fide L. M. Perry, Ann. Miss. Bot. Gar., 20.2. (1933): 262.]
" Waste ground, chiefly in the upper districts. Introduced."/ Rome, Georgia  
VIOLACEAE-- Violet Family
Hybanthus concolor (T.F. Forst.) Spreng., Eastern Greenviolet (Solea concolor Ging., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 35.)
Mountains of Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Rich soil in the upper districts, in deep shade." AUA 173
Hybanthus concolor (T.F. Forst.) Spreng., Eastern Greenviolet (Cubelium concolor Raf. f. subglabrum., fide E.H. Eames, Rhod. 32.379. (1930) : 141-142.) Rome, Georgia  
Syn. Viola canina var. multicaulis (Torr. & A. Gray) A. Gray, (Viola muhlenbergii Torr. var. multicaulis Torr. & Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 122, and Viola canina L. var. multicaulis Torr. & Gray, fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 34.) Rome, GA/"Damp shades in the upper districts." (1897.) AUA 172
Viola pedata L., Birdfoot Violet (Viola pedata L., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 33.) Myrtle Hill Cemetry, Rome, GA/ "Dry sandy soil in the middle and upper districts." AUA 188
Viola pubescens Ait., Downy Yellow Violet (Viola pubescens Ait., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. 1897: 34.) Banks of the Coosa River, GA (Floyd Co.)/ "Shady woods and banks in the upper districts." AUA 177
Viola tripartita Ell., Threepart Violet (Viola hastata Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 34) Georgia, (possible Floyd Co.)/ "Shaded hill-sides, Florida and northward." AUA 180
VITACEAE-- Grape Family
Ampelopsis cordata Michx., Heartleaf Peppervine (Vitis indivisa Willd., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 71)
Floyd Co./ "Banks of rivers, Florida to North Carolina." AUA 853
Vitis aestivalis Michx. Summer Grape ( Vitis aestivalis Michx., fide A.W. Chapman, Fl. South. U.S. ed. 2, 1884: 71) Floyd Co., Georgia (Sept. 1891.) / "Rich woods, Florida to Mississippi, and northward." MO/A.W. Chapman 3173
Vitis aestivalis Michx. var. aestivalis Summer Grape Floyd Co., Georgia / (Sept. 1891.) MO/01392893; A.W. Chapman
Vitis vulpina L. Frost Grape Georgia (possible Floyd Co.) MO/01412603; A.W. Chapman

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