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Floristic Inventory of the Florida Keys Database Online

Anemia adiantifolia (L.) Sw.
Pine fern, Maidenhair pineland fern

Anemia adiantifolia
Copyright by: James Johnson, 2014
In habitat, Everglades National Park, Florida
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Family: Anemiaceae

Group: Pteridophyte

Substrate: Terrestrial

Habit: Herb

Perennation: Perennial

Native Range: Peninsular Florida, the West Indies, southern Mexico, Central America and northern South America.

IRC SOUTH FLORIDA Status: Apparently Secure

Map of select IRC data for peninsular Florida

SOUTH FLORIDA Occurrence: Present

SOUTH FLORIDA Native Status: Native

SOUTH FLORIDA Cultivated Status: Cultivated

Comments: Visit our Natives For Your Neighborhood website for more information and images. Reported by John Kunkel Small in 1918 for Royal Palm Hammock.

FLORIDA KEYS Occurrence: Present

FLORIDA KEYS Native Status: Native

IRC FLORIDA KEYS Status: Rare

Map of select IRC data for the Florida Keys

Florida Keys History and Distribution: First collected between 1838 and 1853 by John Loomis Blodgett on the island of Key West and on Big Pine Key. Reported in 1931 by John Kunkel Small for dry pinelands and hammocks in the lower Florida Keys. We consider this native and extant in the lower Florida Keys.

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Anemia adiantifolia has been reported from the following 2 conservation areas in the FLORIDA KEYS :
Occurrence Native Status
Little Torch Hammocks, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area Present Native
National Key Deer Refuge Present Native




Anemia adiantifolia has been reported for the following 4 habitats in THE FLORIDA KEYS :
Disturbed Upland
Pine Rockland
Rockland Hammock
Sinkhole


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Anemia adiantifolia
Copyright by: James Johnson, 2014
In habitat, Everglades National Park, Florida
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Anemia adiantifolia
Copyright by: George D. Gann

Anemia adiantifolia
Copyright by: Shirley Denton

Anemia adiantifolia
Copyright by: Shirley Denton

Anemia adiantifolia
Copyright by: Shirley Denton