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Florida Cacalia Trio

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Florida Cacalia Trio

Florida Indian Plantain - Arnoglossum floridanum
Location - Tiger Bay State Forest
Habitat - Sandhills, scrub and pine flatwoods
Range - North and central peninsula south to Lake Ockeechobee
Description - The most prominent feature of the Florida indian plantain flowers are the five green winged phyllaries of the cylindrical disk florets. There are no ray petals on the flowers of Indian plantain. Leaves are alternate, strongly veined and oval or broadest near their base. Plants can reach over a meter tall with a grooved, glabrous stem branching in the upper part of the plant.
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