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Florida's endangered ferns found in Volusia County...

Welcome to the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Newsletter December 2022 edition.

Back in October I did a presentation on Endangered Plants of Volusia County for Halifax River Audubon featuring 21 of the 36 plants that the Florida Plant Atlas lists as endangered and having been vouchered for Volusia County. Those 21 species in that program are ones that I photographed somewhere in Florida, five of which are ferns and the subject of my latest blog post.

These include two spleenworts, two polypody ferns and a hand fern.
 Toothed spleenwort sterile fronds
Read more about Volusia County Endangered Ferns at the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography blog.

Paul Rebmann Nature Photography is available in traditional photo prints, canvas, metal and acrylic prints, posters and more. Here is Clubhouse Beach Sunset from Everglades National Park as an acrylic print.

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Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Paul Rebmann
Wild Florida Photo
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