Southeastern United States.
Map of select IRC data for peninsular Florida
IRC SOUTH FLORIDA Status:
Possibly Extirpated or Extinct in the Wild
SOUTH FLORIDA Occurrence:
SOUTH FLORIDA Native Status:
South Florida History and Distribution:
Ranked as possibly extirpated in Rare Plants of South Florida (Gann et al. 2002
, pp 120-121), based on several collections in 1990 and 1991 by James Burch at two sites in western Collier County. Both of these sites were later developed, although it is possible that plants persist at Pelican Bay along so-called "wilderness trails" (K. Driscoll, email comm. 2022). No new records are known.
SOUTH FLORIDA Cultivated Status:
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