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Nasturtium floridanum

Common Name(s): Online image request form Rorippa floridana is found only in Florida. (It’s endemic.) It is one of five water cresses in the state; one of about 30 in the U.S. and Canada (Kartesz, 1999). Florida water cress is frequently found growing in spring runs and blackwater swamps from the peninsula to the central […]

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Coreopsis species

Common Name(s): Online image request form There are about a dozen species of this colorful flower in Florida, including 1 non-native species and 2 endemic species (only occur in Florida) (Wunderlin, 2003). They grow in all kinds of sites, from dry disturbed places to wet flatwoods and floodplain forests, riverbanks, bogs and ponds. Some bloom […]

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Clematis crispa

Common Name(s): Online image request form Clematis species grow throughout North America. In Florida, Wunderlin (2003) counts seven Clematis species, including one native only to Florida (endemic), and one as an occasional non-native escapee. This one, swamp leather-flower is a vine. It is frequently found in floodplain forests and wet hammocks from northern counties south […]

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Asclepias humistrata

Common Name(s): Online image request form Almost all of Florida’s 24 milkweeds are native, and at least two of them are native only to Florida (endemic). Milkweeds are frequently encountered throughout the state, and the rest of North America. Different species are found in very wet habitats as well as in very dry ones. This […]

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Asclepias lanceolata

Common Name(s): Online image request form Almost all of Florida’s 24 milkweeds are native, and at least two of them are native only to Florida (endemic). Milkweeds are frequently encountered throughout the state, and the rest of North America. Different species are found in very wet habitats as well as in very dry ones. This […]

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Asclepias lonjpgolia

Common Name(s): Online image request form Almost all of Florida’s 24 milkweeds are native, and at least two of them are native only to Florida (endemic). Milkweeds are frequently encountered throughout the state, and the rest of North America. Different species are found in very wet habitats as well as in very dry ones. This […]

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Asclepias tuberosa

Common Name(s): Online image request form Almost all of Florida’s 24 milkweeds are native, and at least two of them are native only to Florida (endemic). Milkweeds are frequently encountered throughout the state, and the rest of North America. Different species are found in very wet habitats as well as in very dry ones. This […]

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