Habitats

Rockland Hammock
Rockland Hammocks are densely wooded forests that are dominated by tropical trees, and a few trees of temperate origin. They are home to numerous shrubs, vines, herbs, epiphytes, and ferns. Hammocks are shady and humid, and have an organic substrate.
A brief description of this habitat as given by the Florida Natural Areas Inventory is:
Flatland with limestone substrate; mesic; subtropical; rare or no fire; mixed tropical hardwoods, often with live oak.

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