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 & Wildlife Service. 2000. South Florida Multi-Species Recovery Plan. Atlanta: United States Fish & Wildlife Service.