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Stirrup Cut Hammock, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area
County: Monroe County (Keys)
Managing Agency: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

There are 105 taxa reported for
Stirrup Cut Hammock, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area

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Scientific Name: Occurrence: Native Status: Introduced Status: Invasive Status: Cultivated Status: Reference: Voucher:
Acanthocereus tetragonus Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Agave decipiens Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Agave sisalana Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Potentially Invasive 51768
Alternanthera flavescens Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Amaranthus hybridus Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Not Invasive 51768
Ambrosia artemisiifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Asparagus aethiopicus Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Avicennia germinans Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Batis maritima Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Bidens alba var. radiata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Blutaparon vermiculare Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Boerhavia diffusa Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Borrichia frutescens Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Bothriochloa pertusa Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Not Invasive 51768
Bursera simaruba Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Canavalia rosea Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Carica papaya Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Catharanthus roseus Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Not Invasive 51768
Cenchrus echinatus Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Coccoloba diversifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Coccoloba uvifera Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Conocarpus erectus Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Conyza canadensis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Cordia sebestena Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Cynodon dactylon var. dactylon Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Potentially Invasive 51768
Cynophalla flexuosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Dactyloctenium aegyptium Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Potentially Invasive 51768
Desmanthus virgatus Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Desmodium tortuosum Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Not Invasive 51768
Digitaria ciliaris Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Distichlis spicata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Drypetes diversifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Echites umbellatus Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Eleusine indica Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Not Invasive 51768
Eugenia axillaris Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Eugenia foetida Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Euphorbia blodgettii Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Euphorbia cyathophora Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Euphorbia hypericifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Euphorbia mesembryanthemifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Eustachys petraea Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Exothea paniculata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Ficus aurea Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Ficus citrifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Fimbristylis cymosa Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Potentially Invasive 51768
Flaveria linearis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Galactia striata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Galphimia gracilis Present Not Native, Cultivated Only Not Introduced Cultivated Only Cultivated 51768
Gossypium hirsutum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Guapira discolor Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Heliotropium angiospermum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Heliotropium curassavicum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Herissantia crispa Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Indigofera tinctoria Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Not Invasive 51768
Ipomoea alba Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Ipomoea indica Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Ipomoea violacea Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Jacquinia keyensis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Krugiodendron ferreum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Laguncularia racemosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Lantana involucrata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Lasiacis divaricata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Lepidium virginicum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Leptochloa dubia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Leucaena leucocephala Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Limonium carolinianum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Lycium carolinianum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Malvastrum corchorifolium Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Manilkara jaimiqui subsp. emarginata Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Maytenus phyllanthoides Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Melanthera nivea Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Metopium toxiferum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Monanthochloe littoralis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Morinda royoc Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Oeceoclades maculata Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Opuntia cochenillifera Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Not Invasive 51768
Opuntia stricta Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Paspalum blodgettii Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Paspalum caespitosum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Paspalum vaginatum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Passiflora suberosa Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Pentalinon luteum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Phyla nodiflora Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Piscidia piscipula Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Pithecellobium keyense Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Pluchea carolinensis Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Ruderal 51768
Portulaca oleracea Present Doubtfully Native Assumed to be Introduced Potentially Invasive 51768
Quadrella cynophallophora Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Reynosia septentrionalis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Rhizophora mangle Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Rhynchosia minima Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Rivina humilis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Sansevieria hyacinthoides Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Sarcocornia perennis Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Scaevola taccada Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Schefflera actinophylla Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Schinus terebinthifolius Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Selenicereus pteranthus Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 51768
Sesuvium portulacastrum Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Setaria macrosperma Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Setaria parviflora Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Seutera angustifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Sida abutifolia Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Sida acuta Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768
Sida ciliaris Present Native Not Introduced Native 51768


References for Stirrup Cut Hammock, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area:
Bradley, K.A. 2007. Observation of Vascular Plants at Stirrup Key, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area, Monroe County, FL. 10 May 2007. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami, FL.