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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Endemic to Florida
Endangered Florida species
U.S. Endangered species
A rare plant of scrub habitat in Martin and Palm Beach Counties.
Fourpetal pawpaw is a shrub from one to 3 meters (3-10 ft.) tall, easily the tallest of the pawpaws in the southern peninsula. Flowers appear in the upper leaf axils after the emergence of the current season's leaves. Despite the name, most plants will usually only have a few flowers with four sepals, with most having three or five. The sepals are triangular, green, and have lines of reddish hairs. The petals are maroon or white with maroon streaks. The fruit is a greenish-yellow berry to 9 cm (3-1/2 in.) long. Leaves are alternate, oblong to oblanceolate, 5-13 cm (2-5 in.) long with revolute margins, the lower surfaces pale green with raised veins.
Other species of the Asimina genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Asimina pygmaea - DWARF PAWPAW
View Asimina reticulata - NETTED PAWPAW
View Asimina obovata - BIGFLOWER PAWPAW
View Asimina parviflora - SMALLFLOWER PAWPAW
View Asimina angustifolia - SLIMLEAF PAWPAW
View Asimina incana - WOOLLY PAWPAW
View Asimina triloba - COMMON PAWPAW
View Asimina spatulata -
View Asimina x nashii -