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Wildflowers of Volusia Co. cancellations & Florida Pawpaws Part One

Welcome to the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Newsletter March 2020 edition.

Both of the March presentations of Wildflowers of Volusia County have been cancelled. The March 16 Halifax River Audubon meeting in Holly Hill and the March 28 Florida Wildflower and Garden Festival in DeLand have been cancelled as a precaution against the spread of Coronavirus. The presentation at the Halifax Audubon Society will possibly be rescheduled for later this year. There will be no 2020 FLorida WIldflower and Garden Festival.
This months blog starts a series looking at some of the dozen Asimina species in Florida.
 Netted pawpaw fruit
Pawpaws are members of the Annonaceae family, the custard-apples.
In Florida Pawpaws Part One we look at two early bloomers - Asimina parviflora - smallflower pawpaw and Asimina reticulata - netted pawpaw. The largest pawpaw and the one with the widest national range Asimina triloba - common pawpaw - is also featured.
Florida Pawpaws Part One also explains an interesting relationship betoween a butterfly and a moth that both utilize pawpaws exclusively as larval host plants.

Read more about these Pawpaws and the facilitative relationship between two Lepidoptera at the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Florida Pawpaws Part One blog post.

Scheduled events for Paul Rebmann Nature Photography

May 14, Jacksonville - Florida Native Plant Society Conference - Native Plant Photography Workshop

For details on these and other events, visit the Wild Florida Photo events page.

Smallflower Pawpaw by Paul Rebmann looks great as a metal print

Smallflower Pawpaw metal print
Or check out the many other pawpaw images available at Pawpaw art at Paul Rebmann Nature Photography.

Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Paul Rebmann
Wild Florida Photo
Twitter @WildFlPhoto

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