House of Refuge Park
County: Martin County
Size: 10.46 acres
Latitude: 27.19881º Longitude: -80.16495º
Managing Agency: Martin County

There are 7 taxa reported for
House of Refuge Park

Group By Family:

Scientific Name: Occurrence: Native Status: Introduced Status: Invasive Status: Cultivated Status: Reference: Voucher:
Details
Scientific Name: Chrysobalanus icaco
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 15341
Chrysobalanus icaco
Present Native Not Introduced Native 15341
Details
Scientific Name: Coccoloba uvifera
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 15341
Coccoloba uvifera
Present Native Not Introduced Native 15341
Details
Scientific Name: Erythrina herbacea
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 15341
Erythrina herbacea
Present Native Not Introduced Native 15341
Details
Scientific Name: Forestiera segregata
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 15341
Forestiera segregata
Present Native Not Introduced Native 15341
Details
Scientific Name: Myrsine cubana
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 15341
Myrsine cubana
Present Native Not Introduced Native 15341
Details
Scientific Name: Serenoa repens
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 15341
Serenoa repens
Present Native Not Introduced Native 15341
Details
Scientific Name: Sophora tomentosa var. truncata
Occurrence: Present
Native Status: Native
Introduced Status: Not Introduced
Invasive Status: Native
Reference Number: 15341
Sophora tomentosa var. truncata
Present Native Not Introduced Native 15341


References for House of Refuge Park:
Johnson, A.F., and J.W. Muller. 1993. An assessment of Florida's remaining coastal upland natural communities: southeast Florida. Tallahassee: Florida Natural Areas Inventory.