Carlin Park
County: Palm Beach County
Size: 110.44 acres
Latitude: 26.92889º Longitude: -80.07306º
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Managing Agency: Palm Beach County

There are 15 taxa reported for
Carlin Park

Group By Family:

Scientific Name: Occurrence: Native Status: Introduced Status: Invasive Status: Cultivated Status: Reference: Voucher:
Details
Scientific Name: Asimina tetramera
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 20584
Asimina tetramera
Present Native Not Introduced Native 20584
Details
Scientific Name: Bidens alba var. radiata
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Ruderal
Reference Number: 52239
Bidens alba var. radiata
Present Native Not Introduced Ruderal 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Caesalpinia bonduc
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Caesalpinia bonduc
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Canavalia rosea
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Canavalia rosea
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Coccoloba uvifera
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Coccoloba uvifera
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
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Scientific Name: Dalbergia ecastaphyllum
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Dalbergia ecastaphyllum
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Jacquemontia reclinata
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 20584
Jacquemontia reclinata
Present Native Not Introduced Native 20584
Details
Scientific Name: Mentzelia floridana
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Mentzelia floridana
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Momordica charantia
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Not Native, Naturalized
Introduced Status: Introduced
Invasive Status: Invasive
Reference Number: 52239
Momordica charantia
Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Panicum amarum
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Panicum amarum
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Plumbago zeylanica
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Plumbago zeylanica
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Sabal palmetto
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Sabal palmetto
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Schinus terebinthifolius
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Not Native, Naturalized
Introduced Status: Introduced
Invasive Status: Invasive
Reference Number: 52239
Schinus terebinthifolius
Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Spartina patens
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Spartina patens
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239
Details
Scientific Name: Uniola paniculata
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 52239
Uniola paniculata
Present Native Not Introduced Native 52239


References for Carlin Park:
Lange, J. 2014. Observations of vascular plants in Carlin Park, Palm Beach County, FL, USA. 03 Dec 2014. The Institute for Regional Conservation. Delray Beach, FL.
United States Fish and Wildlife Service. 2000. South Florida Multi-Species Recovery Plan. Atlanta: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.