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CPD Site NA29, Central Highlands of Florida, U.S.A.

TABLE 21. SPECIES ENDEMIC OR NEARLY ENDEMIC (>90% WITHIN STATE) AND WHOSE CENTRE OF DISTRIBUTION IS THE CENTRAL RIDGE REGION
Asclepias curtissii Osmanthus megacarpus
Asimina obovata Palafoxia feayii
Bonamia grandiflora Paronychia chartacea
Calamintha ashei Nolina brittoniana
Carya floridana Panicum abscissum
Chapmannia floridana Paronychia chartacea
Chionanthus pygmaeus Persea borbonia var. humilis
Clitoria fragrans    (= Persea humilis)
Crataegus lepida Polygala lewtonii
Crotalaia avonensis* Polygonella ciliata var. basiramia
Dicerandra christmanii*    (= Polygonella basiramia)*
Dicerandra frutescens* Polygonella myriophylla
Eryngium cuneifolium* Prunus geniculata
Eriogonum longifolium var. gnaphalifolium Quercus inopina
   (= Eriogonum floridanum) Sabal etonia
Garberia heterophylla Schizachyrium niveum
Hartwrightia floridana Sisyrinchium xerophyllum
Hypericum cumulicola* Stylisma abdita
Hypericum edisonianum Tradescantia roseolens
Ilex opaca var. arenicola Warrea amplexifolia
Lechea cernua Warrea carteri
Liatris ohlingerae* Ziziphus celata*
Lupinus aridorum
* indicates species which are restricted to the Central Highlands region.