Do you know the differences between a trout lily and a dogtooth violet? There are none—each is the name of the same plant.

Here are two lists of what appears to be 32 plants or animals. But there are really only 16 species; each just happens to have more than one name. Can you match the species in one list with its alias in the other?

American Lotus
Candleberry
Eastern Red cedar
Jack-in-the-Pulpit
Northern Puffer
Puma
Queen Anne’s Lace
Red Squirrel
Rockfish
Shadbush
Sycamore
Teaberry
Toadshade
Wapiti
Weakfish
Woodchuck
American Plane tree
American Wintergreen
Blowfish
Chickaree
Cougar
Elk
Gray Trout
Groundhog
Indian Turnip
Red Juniper
Red Trillium
Serviceberry
Southern Bayberry
Striped Bass
Water Chinquapin
Wild Carrot

Answers

American Lotus - Water Chinquapin;
Candleberry - Southern Bayberry;
Eastern Red cedar - Red Juniper;
Jack-in-the-Pulpit - Indian Turnip;
Northern Puffer - Blowfish;
Puma - Cougar;
Queen Anne’s Lace - Wild Carrot;
Red Squirrel - Chickaree;
Rockfish - Striped Bass;
Shadbush - Serviceberry;
Sycamore - American Plane tree;
Teaberry - American Wintergreen;
Toadshade -Red Trillium;
Wapiti - Elk;
Weakfish - Gray Trout;
Woodchuck - Groundhog