The yellow interior of its petals and its fuzzy leaves make this pawpaw easy to identify.
Asimina trilobaThis is the species commercially grown for its fruits.
Asplenium x heteroresiliens
Morzenti's Spleenwort Fern is a cross between A. heterochronum and A. resiliens. Notice the black stipe or stem, a characteristic of several spleenworts.
These large eggs of the Atala butterfly are on the Coontie (Zamia pumila).
Zephyranthes atamasca var. atamasca
Georgia's Atamasco Lilies are as beautiful as ours and could not be passed up for a quick photo.
Automeris ioThis is a beautiful caterpillar, but those who have experienced the stinging hairs of this caterpillar will tell you to avoid touching it.
Baccharis glomerulifloraThis shrub can be distinguished from the other two Baccharis species found in Florida by its stalkless flowers and wider leaves.
Baccharis glomerulifloraTthis is one of the three groundsels found in Florida. This species is usually found in floodplain forests.
Pine flatwoods and swales are found on the landward side of coastal dunes.