Key to status and other information about the plants pages Threatened, Endangered or endemic to Florida Other native plants Non-native and invasive species

Note that you may click on the horizontal dividing lines on any page of this web site to jump to the top of that page.

 
Latest additions:
RUGEL'S PAWPAW
PURPLE PASSIONFLOWER
CATESBY'S LILY
GROUNDSEL TREE
FLORIDA BUTTERFLY ORCHID
Recent or Special Species
ETONIA FALSE ROSEMARY
GLADES MORNING GLORY
TARFLOWER
FLORIDA FALSE SUNFLOWER
OKEECHOBEE GOURD
Key to status colors
native Species that are believed to have existed in Florida before Europeans arrived.
endemic Species that only occur naturally in Florida.
threatened Species, subspecies or isolated population facing a very high risk of extinction in the future.
FL endangered &/or FED endangered(U.S.) Species, subspecies or isolated population so few or depleted in number or so restricted in range that it is in imminent danger of extinction.
not native Species introduced to Florida since the arrival of Europeans, often naturalized and not considered a significant problem.
invasive, not native Non-natives that have a significant and detrimental effect on native species and the Florida ecosystems.

Below is an explanation of the plant information layout.

Scientific name               

common name(s)
status: Florida native, endemic, endangered or threatened
preview photo description of and link to the photo                    my comments & notes

The first photo link clicked on any page will open a new browser window.
Leaving that window open will result in subsequent photos being displayed in that same second window.
You will then be able to use your back and forward buttons to browse through the photos you have viewed.

Also visit www.2bnthewild.com for images and extensive identification and other information about hundreds of wildflowers and other plants found in the southeastern United States. Search, use an index, browse thumbnails or use the Wildflower Key to find the plants on my friend Daniel's ever growing site.
Some of my photographs appear there as well.