Cowcreek Spider Lily, Womack Creek, Tate’s Hell

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This is an endemic species growing in Womack Creek, Tate’s Hell State Forest. Discovered first on Cowcreek in Wakulla County by Prof. Loran Anderson, Biology emeritus, FSU. Depending on rainfall, the blooming plants vary year by year on Womack Creek. All plants identified on this creek are native, there are no invasives or exotics (except for two climbing fern which will be removed this winter.) See “Paddler’s Guide to the Blooming Plants of Womack Creek” (womackcreek.wordpress.com.)

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