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The Vegetation of South Florida South of 27 30 North Exclusive of the Florida K

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The Vegetation of South Florida South of 27 30 North Exclusive of the Florida K
John W John William Harshberger
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Along the Miami River, true hammock vegetation appears above the fork of the stream, especially in undisturbed condition on the South Fork. Here one notes as the constituent trees and shrubs, Chrysobalanus pellocarpus G. F. W. Mey. , Erythrina arborea (Chapm. ) Small, Citrus limetta Risso, gumbo-limbo, Elaphrium simaruba (L. ) Rose, Ilex cassine L. , Persea (Tamala) pubescens (Pursh) Sarg. , Icacorea paniculata (Nutt. ) Sudw. , Psychotria undata Jacq. In one place at a bend of the stream, a ham
...mock grove of live-oak trees was noted. These oaks were 15 meters (50 feet) tall with numerous twisted branches and gray bark. The branches were loaded with epiphytes. One species of Tillandsia, probably T. Utriculata L. , was a huge plant with its flat, dilated leaf bases overlapping to form a deep, basin-like hollow filled with water out of which the branched inflorescence arose. The Florida-moss, Tillandsia (Dendropogon) usneoides (L. ) Raf. , festooned the oak trees with long, TRANSACTIONS OF WAGNER VEGETATION OF SOUTH FLORIDA gray tresses.

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