Occurrence ID (GUID):
Secondary Catalog #:
129868; NPS Acc #: GUIS-00660; NPS Cat #: GUIS 70056
Conradina canescens Gray
Stephanie M. Gunn-Zumo FBAR-3
Verbatim Date: 2005-4-29
Diane M. Ferguson
United States, Florida, Escambia, Gulf Islands National Seashore, Fort Barrancas & Advanced Redoubt Unit. Woodland Trail (0.5 mi loop) that runs northwest from Visitor Center through turkey oak/slash and sand pine dominated scrub forest and ends near entrance to Unit at Gulf Beach Hwy.
UTM: Zone 16, 471247 Em, 3357422 Nm
Kureb sand, 0 to 8 percent slope (7) - very deep, excessively drained, sandy soil on undulating, low ridges, knolls and old dunes in coastal lowlands. Classified as occurring as a part of the Sand Pine Scrub Ecological Community. Associate plant species: Smilax auriculata, Rhynchospora megalocarpa, Tradescantia hirsutiflora, Euphorbia floridana, Helianthemum arenicola, Baptisia lanceolata var. tomentosa, Vitis rotundifolia. Uncommon.
Kureb sand, 0 to 8 percent slope (7) - very deep, excessively drained, sandy soil
Record ID: 8af6bc4c-61b6-4c6a-b383-f319cc256b07