Last updated: November 3, 1997
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An Action Plan To Conserve
the Native Plants of Florida
Florida's endangered Deeringothamnus
pulchellus (beautiful pawpaw or white squirrel-banana) and D.
rugelii (Rugel's pawpaw or yellow squirrel-banana), prepared by Yevonn
Wilson-Ramsey for the Flora of North America Project, Missouri Botanical Garden.
|© 1995 Center for Plant Conservation
[CPC Officers and Trustees]
PART II:THE FLORIDA NATIVE PLANT RESOURCE
condition of Florida ecosystems
viability of Florida plant species
PART III: THE FLORIDA PLANT CONSERVATION PROCESS
- The plant conservation community and its objectives
- The conservation process
- Conservation functions in Florida
PART IV: RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE THE PROCESS
PART V: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
PART VI: LITERATURE CITED
- Appendix A:
179 RARE AND/OR FEDERALLY LISTED PLANT TAXA IN FLORIDA (with key to Appendix A Abbreviations)
- Appendix B: Notes for Table 1
1 General Map of Natural Vegetation of Florida (Davis 1967)
Figure 2 The Plant Conservation Process
1. Current and Pre-settlement Areas of 13 Florida Ecosystems (In Hectares)
2. Total Number of Imperiled (G1/G2) or Federally Listed
(Endangered [LE] or
Threatened [LT] Plant Taxa by Habitat
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