Indian Riverside Park
County: Martin County
Size: 18 acres
Managing Agency: Martin County

There are 3 taxa reported for
Indian Riverside Park

Group By Family:

Scientific Name: Occurrence: Native Status: Introduced Status: Invasive Status: Cultivated Status: Reference: Voucher:
Details
Scientific Name: Hylocereus undatus
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Not Native, Naturalized
Introduced Status: Introduced
Invasive Status: Invasive
Reference Number: 21301
Hylocereus undatus
Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 21301
Details
Scientific Name: Petiveria alliacea
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 51390
Voucher: 51390
Petiveria alliacea
Present Native Not Introduced Native 51390 51390
Details
Scientific Name: Selenicereus pteranthus
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Not Native, Naturalized
Introduced Status: Introduced
Invasive Status: Invasive
Reference Number: 21301
Selenicereus pteranthus
Present Not Native, Naturalized Introduced Invasive 21301


References for Indian Riverside Park:
Hahr, Brenda. 2001. Personal observations of vascular plants at Indian Riverside Park, Martin County, Florida. April 2001. Recieved by Institute for Regional Conservation. Miami, Florida.


Vouchers for Indian Riverside Park:
Woodmansee, 1868, FTG