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Popular Category:Flora of North America

This category contains articles related to the native flora of North America.

The WGSRPD defines Northern America differently from the usual geographical definition of North America. Central America and the Caribbean are treated as part of the botanical continent of Southern America; see Category:Flora of Central America and Category:Flora of the Caribbean. The flora of Hawaii is included in Category:Flora of the Pacific.
  • Native taxa of the lowest rank are included if they occur widely in the botanical continent, otherwise they should be included in the flora of one or more of the constituent regions. Higher taxa are included only if endemic.

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