1. Croomia

    Croomia pauciflora

  2. Male Crossline Skipper

    Polites origenes

  3. Crossline Skipper

    Polites origenes

  4. Maidenberry

    Crossopetalum rhacoma

  5. Cellar Spider

    Crossopriza lyoni

  6. Crossvine

  7. Avon Park Rattlebox

    Crotalaria avonensis

  8. Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

    Crotalus adamanteus

  9. Crowpoison

  10. Crowpoison after a Fire

    After a prescribed burn, Crowpoison (Stenanthium densum) and other vegetation thrive in this fire-dependant ecossytem in the Apalachicola National Forest. The hazy background is from smoke of other burns that were occurring on the day this scene was photographed.

  11. Canadian Honewort

    Cryptotaenia canadensis

  12. Canadian Honewort

    Cryptotaenia canadensis

  13. Toothachegrass

    Ctenium aromaticum
    As Tooachegrass dries out, its seedhead forms a spiral.

  14. Toothachegrass

    Ctenium aromaticum
    Toothachegrass is so named because chewing on the plant's root makes your gums feel numb.

  15. Toothachegrass

    Ctenium aromaticum

  16. Florida Toothachegrass

    Ctenium floridanum

  17. Cuban Crescent

    Anthanassa frisia

  18. Okeechobee Gourd

    Cucurbita okeechobeensis

  19. Tropical Waxweed

    Cuphea aspera

  20. Dodder

    Cuscuta sp.
    The orange color of this parasitic vine can be easily spotted in green vegetation that it is encroaching.

  21. Dodder

    Cuscuta sp.