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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Synonym: Nuttallanthus floridana
This plant of scrub, dunes and dry sandhills ranges from Mississippi to Georgia and in Florida mostly in the western panhandle and down the peninsula.
Apalachicola toadflax can be differentiated from the other two Linaria species in FLorida by the densely glandular-pubescent pedicels that are at least twice as long as the calyx and the spur that is shorter than the calyx.
Other species of this genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Linaria canadensis - CANADIAN TOADFLAX
Date record last modified:
Apr 17, 2005