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Acanthaceae (Wild Petunia) Herb. Opp. 5 sepals, 2 or 4 stamens.  
Anacardiaceae (Sumac) Tree, shrub, or vine. Compound. White, cream, yellow, or green. 5's. 1 seeded red or white berries. 
Apiaceae (Carrot)  Basal or alt. Usually in umbels. 5 petals. 5 stamens.  
Aquifoliaceae (Holly)     
Asteraceae (Aster) Herb or shrub.  Composite.  
Bignoniaceae (Trumpet Creeper)     
Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not) Herb. Alt, simple, entire. 5 stamens. 4 nutlets. 
Brassicaceae (Mustard) Herb. Alt. or basal. 4 petals 'X' or 'H'. 2-6 stamens.  
Cactaceae (Cactus) Succulent.    
Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle) Tree, shrub, vine, or herb. Opp. Bell shaped, parts in 5's, 4 or 5 stamens.  
Caryophyllaceae (Pink) Herb. Opp., simple, entire. Split petal ends ("pinked"). 5 petals, (1-)5-10 stamens.  
Convolvulaceae (Bindweed) Typically vines.  5 united petals, 5 separate sepals, 5 stamens.  
Cornaceae (Dogwood) Tree. Opp. or whorled.   
Cucurbitaceae (Melon) Vine with tendrils.  5 petals. Squash or melon. 
Ebenaceae (Persimmon) Tree.   Large. 
Euphorbiaceae (Spurge) Herb (1 tree). Simple.  Capsule. 
Fabaceae (Legume) Tree, shrub, or (creeping) herb.  1-5 petals, 5 sepals. 5+ stamens. Beans in a pod. 
Fagaceae (Oak) Tree.    
Geraniaceae (Geranium) Herb.  Parts in 5's. 5 or 10 stamens.  
Juglandaceae (Walnut) Tree. Compound.  Nut. 
Krameriaceae (Ratany) Herb.    
Lamiaceae (Mint) Herb or shrub. Stalks square. Opp. Bilaterally sym., usually fragrant, 2 or 4 stamens.  
Malvaceae (Mallow) Herb or shrub. Alt., usually palmately veined. 5 separate petals, many united stamens.  
Meliaceae (Mahogany) Tree. Compound.  Amber berry. 
Menispermaceae (Moonseed)     
Menyanthaceae Aquatic  Yellow, 5's.  
Moraceae (Mulberry)    Compund berry. 
Oleaceae (Olive) Tree or shrub. Opp. 0 or 4 petals, 4 sepals, 2 stamens.  
Onagraceae (Evening Primrose) Herb.  Usually 4's, typically 8 stamens.  
Oxalidaceae (Wood Sorrel)  Shamrocks. 5 petals, 5 sepals, 10 stamens.  
Papaveraceae (Poppy)   4x petals, many stamens.  
Passifloraceae (Passion) Vine.    
Phytolaccaceae (Pigeon-berry)  Alt, entire.  Red. 
Plantaginaceae (Plantain) Herb. Basal rosette, veins parallel. Spike.  
Platanaceae (Sycamore)     
Polemoniaceae (Phlox)   5 petals/sepals/stamens.  
Polygonaceae (Knotweed) Herb or vine. Alt., simple. Small colored sepals, no petals, 1-9 stamens. Maybe triangular seeds. 
Ranunculaceae (Buttercup) Herb.  Many stamens spirally arranged around cone.  
Rhamnaceae (Buckthorn) Tree, shrub, or vine. Usually alt. Parts in 5's.  
Rosaceae (Rose) Tree, shrub, or herb.  Radially symmetrical, 5 sepals, 5 petals, 5x stamens.  
Rubiaceae (Madder) Herb, stalks squarish. Opp. or whorled. Parts usually in 4's.  
Rutaceae (Citrus) Tree.    
Salicaceae (Willow) Tree.    
Sapindaceae (Soapberry) Tree or vine. Alt., compound.   
Sapotaceae (Chittamwood) Tree or shrub. Simple, entire.  Black drupe. 
Scrophulariaceae (Figwort) Herb.  Irreg., 3 lobes down/2 up, 2 or 4 stamens. Many seeded capsule. 
Solanaceae (Nightshade) Herb or shrub.  Radially sym., 5's. Many seeds. 
Ulmaceae (Elm) Tree.    
Verbenaceae (Verbena) Square stems. Usually opp. Sightly irreg., single ovary, 5's.  
Violaceae (Violet) Herb.  5 sepals, 5 irreg. petals, hairs in center, Mar-Jun.  
Viscaceae (Mistletoe)    White berries. 
Vitaceae (Grape) Vine with tendrils.  Opposite leaves.  
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