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Chimaphila maculataSpotted Wintergreen, Striped prince's pine, PipsissewaPyrolaceae 13
Chimaphila umbellataPipsissewaPyrolaceaePyrola umbellata. L. Chimaphila cymosa J.Presl & C.Presl23
Moneses unifloraSingle DelightPyrolaceaeM. grandiflora. Pyrola uniflora. L.12
Orthilia secundaSidebells WintergreenPyrolaceaePyrola secunda. L.11
Pterospora andromedeaWoodland PinedropsPyrolaceae 11
Pyrola asarifoliaBog Wintergreen, Liverleaf wintergreen, Pink wintergreenPyrolaceae 01
Pyrola chloranthaGreen-Flowered WintergreenPyrolaceaeP. virens. Schreb.01
Pyrola ellipticaWaxflower ShinleafPyrolaceae 02
Pyrola minorWintergreen, Snowline wintergreenPyrolaceae 11
Pyrola rotundifoliaRound-Leaved WintergreenPyrolaceae 02
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