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Asimina reticulata

reticulate pawpaw
dog banana
endemic native
entire
side view of blooms
flower from below
See also Asimina pygmaea DWARF PAWPAW

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Conradina etonia

etonia false rosemary
FED endangered, FL endangered, endemic, native
close-up
close-up - side view
leaf detail
leaf detail - underside
entire
This plant is only known to occur in Putnam County, Florida. Previously found in just a few locations in and near the Etonia State Forest, it was recently discovered on state property east of the St. John's River.

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Conradina grandiflora

largeflower false rosemary
FL endangered, endemic, native
close-up - front
close-up - side
leaf detail
entire
 

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Coreopsis leavenworthii

Leavenworth's tickseed
endemic native
side view
front view
 

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Cucurbita okeechobeensis

Okeechobee gourd
FED endangered, FL endangered, endemic, native
front view, male flowers
side view, female flower
gourd
This plant is only found in two areas of Florida, around Lake Okeechobee and in central Florida along the St. John's River.

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Cuthbertia ornata

    Callisa ornata
Florida scrub roseling
endemic native
close-up
entire
 

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Cynoglossum virginianum

wild confrey
FL endangered, native
close-up
entire
This plant only occurs in Florida in Liberty and Gadsden Counties.

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Deeringothamnus rugelii

Rugel's pawpaw
yellow squirrel-banana
FED endangered, FL endangered, endemic, native
close-up side view
close-up front view
entire
This plant is only known to occur in Volusia County, FL

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Lilium catesbaei

Catesby's Lily
Pine Lily
Southern Red Lily
FL threatened, native
close-up
entire
This distinctive Florida native is named after 18th century English naturalist Mark Catesby who travelled to the Carolinas and the Bahamas in the 1720's. Although he apparently never actually visited present day Florida, Catesby published Natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands, a two volume collection of his paintings of the flora & fauna he found.

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Phoebanthus grandiflorus

Florida false sunflower
endemic native
close-up
entire
 

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Tillandsia fasciculata var. densispica

cardinal airplant
common wild pine
stiff-leaved wild pine
FL endangered, native
entire See also Tillandsia setacea SOUTHERN NEEDLELEAF

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