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BAY BISCAYNE CREEPING-OXEYE
Synonym: Wedelia trilobata
Not native to Florida
Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council: Category II designation
Invasive exotics that have increased in abundance or frequency but have not yet altered Florida plant communities to the extent shown by Category I species.
Planting this species should be avoided and removal of existing plants may be desirable.
Preferred native landscaping alternatives to creeping oxeye include Licania michauxii - gopher apple and dune sunflower, either east coast - Helianthus debilis var. debilis or west coast - Helianthus debilis var. vestitus.Tweet
Date record last modified:
Jun 07, 2012