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|Definitions of terms used on this web site.|
|A compendium of places where photographs by Paul Rebmann have appeared.|
|More than 30 of my photographs are used on this very informative and extensive web database of southeastern wildflowers created by my friend and outdoor adventure companion Daniel Reed.
In addition to photographs & drawings of wildflowers, 2bnthewild.com has plant identification information. Also included are traditional folk and native American uses of many of the plants listed.
|The East Volusia/Flagler PawPaw Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society has my photo of the chapter namesake Deeringothamnus rugelii on the PawPaw chapter page of the FNPS website.|
|Dangerous Wildlife of the Southeast||Menasha Ridge Press has included a couple of my photos in two of their Dangerous Wildlife books.||Dangerous Wildlife of the Mid-Atlantic|
|The Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge features my close-up photo of the refuge's namesake SAND BEAN in their new brochure|
|UT Vascular Plant Herbarium||Several of my photos appear in the University of Tennessee Herbarium and Department of Botany Database of Tennessee Vascular Plants|
|Annie Strohem has featured a few of my flower photographs on her Love and Writing Project web site.
She is in Montreal and the web site is in French.
|Love and Writing Project|
|Links to Sites of Interest|
|James Henderson has two web sites Ranger 146 and
Protected Species Consulting.
If your non-profit or for-profit agency or company requires any biological site assessments such as endangered & threatened species surveys, botanical inventories, or wetland delineation and permitting, James Henderson of Protected Species Consulting can perform these services and more at a low cost to your organization.
|The University of South Florida has an online Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants. This is one of the main sources used by this site to classify native and other (threatened, endangered, etc.) plant status.|
|The USDA has an online Plants National Database|