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Florida Endangered and Threatened Plants

The South Florida Ecological Field Service
Published by the good old Fish & Wildlife Service, this site has comprehensive up to date lists and images of endangered species of Florida's various habitats. There is a section devoted to Invasive Species and statewide contacts for reporting Wildlife Emergencies such as fish kills, injured, or nuisance wildlife.

Status Report: As of 11/30/1996, there were 93 endangered plant and animal species in Florida.As of 7/31/97, there were 92 endangered plant (54) and animal (38) species in Florida.

Common Name List of E & T Southeastern Plants
Published on EE-Link.

Chamaesyce garberi-
Garber's Spurge, FWS.

Cucurbita okeechobeensis-
Okeechobee Gourd, Mobot list.

Dicerandra immaculata-
Lakela's Mint. Center for Plant Conservation page, Mobot list.

EDF/Princeton Scientists Find Florida an Endangered Specie Hot Spot
Highlands, Indian River, Lee, and Monroe Counties Identified.

Endangered Species Act
16 U.S.C. Sections 1531-1544.

Conradina glabra (Apalachicola rosemary); Conradina brevifolia (short-leaved rosemary); Conradina etonia (Etonia rosemary); Cucurbita okeechobeensis ssp. okeechobeensis (Okeechobee gourd); and Pinguicula ionantha (Godfrey's butterwort).

Florida PIRG/ Sierra Club Report
Details of species and habitat loss in 1997.

Missouri Botanical Garden List
Endangered species in Florida.

South Florida Wildlife in Danger of Extinction
Frank J. Mazzotti, urban wildlife extension specialist, Wildlife and Range Sciences Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), University of Florida, Gainesville.

Threatened and Endangered Plant Species at Kennedy Space Center
Maps, images, text.

Urgent Peril to Florida's Endangered Species of Bromeliad
Destructive weevil damage by, Metamasius callizona, native to southern Mexico and Central America, detected in a nursery in Broward County, Florida in 1989.

Ziziphus celata
Mobot list.

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