3 edition of Flora of the Florida keys found in the catalog.
Flora of the Florida keys
John Kunkel Small
List of species published in this flora: p. 155.
|Statement||by John Kunkel Small ...|
|LC Classifications||QK154 .S62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 162 p.|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||13019484|
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The warm and sunny winter climate, with average highs in the middle 70's °F (24 °C) and lows above 60 °F (15 °C), is the main tourist season in the Florida Keys. Key West is the driest city in Florida, and most of the Florida Keys can become quite dry at the height of the dry thebindyagency.com: km² ( sq mi).
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Because of this, its flora and fauna (plants and animals) are quite unique.Plants of Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
While it is often the animals – the corals, colorful fish, and other critters – that capture the imagination of visitors to Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, we can’t forget about the plants found in the Keys.Trees in hardwood hammocks rarely grow to more than 50′ (15 m) due to inclement weather.
The tallest trees in hardwood hammocks, including the wild tamarind (Lysiloma latisiliqua) and gumbo l.