|Verbatim Directions to Locality: ||St. George Island, on the southern end of Nick's Hole.|
|Latitude - degree with decimals: ||29.64075|
|Longitude - degree with decimals: ||-84.91557|
|Habitat: ||Plants at the edge of a brackish bayou that opens on the north into Apalachicola Bay. Plants washed at base by brackish water. Associates at and near this site: Sabal palmetto, Sporobolus virginicus, Juniperus virginiana, Iva frutescens, Juncus roemerianus, Ilex vomitoria Quercus geminata, Pinus elliottii, Borrichia frutescens, Cyanchum, Ipomoea sagittata, Solidago sempervirens, Toxocodendron radicans.|
|Plant Morphology Observations: ||Multi-stemmed plants, some with at least one main stem 10-12" dbh. Foliage appearing grayish from a distance.|
|Local Abundance Observations: ||Approximately a dozen large, multi-stemmed plants.|
|Notes: ||Andrew Martin - Gil Nelson and Wilson Baker, with assistance from Mark Baldino, who arranged access to the site.|
Andrew Martin - Duplicates to USF.
Andrew Martin - Lat: 29.64075, Lon: -84.91557, WGS84.
|Non digital information?: ||N|