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Rosaceae

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Dryas integrifolia Vahl. has been persistently reported to occur in New England since at 
least 1814. This early report by Pursh was based on a specimen collected by Peck in 1781 from the White Hills of Englée Island off the coast of Newfoundland. Fernald (1903) contended 
that an error occurred during preparation of the early flora where the White Hills of Newfoundland became confused with the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Therefore, 
 D. integrifolia is not considered part of the New England tracheophyte flora.

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