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Archbold Biological Station
Lake Placid, Florida. Long-term ecological research and conservation with a primary focus on the organisms and environments of Lake Wales Ridge and adjacent lands in central Florida.

Botany Section- Division of Plant Industry
The Botany Section of the Bureau of Entomology, Nematology, Plant Pathology, curates the State Division of Plant Industry Herbarium (PIHG), which maintains a comprehensive seed archive.

Fairchild Tropical Garden
Miami, Florida botanical garden specializing in Palm Biology, South Florida Plants and Environments, Caribbean Biodiversity, and Tropical Fruit Crops.

Florida Museum of Natural History
Gainesville, Florida. Research, collections, exhibits, programs.

South Florida Natural Resources Center (SFNRC)- old name South Florida Research Center
Based in Everglades National Park, research areas also include Big Cypress National Preserve (to the north of the park), Biscayne National Park (on the coast, east of the park), and Dry Tortugas National Park (west of Key West). Access Publications through the Everglades Digital Library.

University of Florida Herbarium (FLAS)
Combined collections of 1/2 million specimens: Vascular flora of Florida, the southeastern United States coastal plain and Haiti; bryophytes and lichens from Florida and tropical areas, especially Costa Rica, Venezuela and Brazil; Florida fungi, especially agarics and polypores; worldwide wood collection, especially tropical; and an international paleobotanical collection, ranging from the Proterozoic to the Pleistocene.

University of Miami Gifford Arboretum
Coral Gables, Florida. Study of tropical plants.

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