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Terrestris Preserve

County: Monroe County (Keys)
Size: 20.68 acres
Managing Agency: The Nature Conservancy

There are 14 taxa reported for
Terrestris Preserve

Group By Family:

Scientific Name: Occurrence: Native Status: Introduced Status: Invasive Status: Cultivated Status: Reference: Voucher:
Chamaecrista lineata var. keyensis Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Euphorbia deltoidea subsp. serpyllum Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Euphorbia pinetorum Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Euphorbia porteriana Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Linum arenicola Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Phyllanthus pentaphyllus var. floridanus Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Rhynchospora floridensis Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Ruellia succulenta Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Schizachyrium rhizomatum Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Sideroxylon celastrinum Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Spermacoce neoterminalis Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Stylosanthes calcicola Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Tragia saxicola Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324
Vernonia blodgettii Present Native Not Introduced Native Not Cultivated 21324


References for Terrestris Preserve:
O'Brien, J.J. 1991. Plants endemic to South Florida found on the Boss or Terrestris properties. Letter to R. Tate. In files of The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami, FL.