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Trees - Guide to Common Species of Southern Florida

$3.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Reference
  • Education
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Another app in our Florida Wildlife series...

This app shows the 64 most common tree species found in southern Florida, including the Everglades National Park. For each species there are two or three high-resolution pictures, a brief description, and a link to view the corresponding Wikipedia pages within the application window. All descriptive information is in English, the plant names are also shown in scientific (Latin) nomination and in German.

The app features a modern, intuitive interface with easy navigation and search facilities for finding a plant by its name or searching in the full text for features and characteristics. You can also narrow down the search by size (small, medium, and large-size trees).

If you're interested in Florida's wildlife, don't miss this app which is equally suitable for iPhone and iPad.

These trees are shown and described in this app:

• Bahama Strongback
• Bald Cypress
• Black Ironwood
• Black Mangrove
• Blackbead
• Blolly
• Buttonwood
• Cinnamon Bark
• Coastal Plain Willow
• Cocoplum
• Crabwood
• Dahoon
• False Mastic
• Fiddlewood
• Firebush
• Florida Trema
• Geiger Tree
• Gumbo-Limbo
• Holywood
• Jamaica Dogwood
• Joewood
• Lancewood
• Limber Caper
• Live Oak
• Manchineel
• Marlberry
• Myrsine
• Paradise Tree
• Pearlberry
• Pigeonplum
• Poisonwood
• Pond-Apple
• Princewood
• Red Mangrove
• Red Maple
• Redbay
• Redberry Stopper
• Rough Velvetseed
• Satinleaf
• Seagrape
• Seven-Year-Apple
• Shortleaf Fig
• Slash Pine
• Soldierwood
• Spanish Stopper
• Spicewood
• Strangler Fig
• Sugarberry
• Sweetbay Magnolia
• Tawnyberry Holly
• Torchwood
• Twinberry Stopper
• West Indian Cherry
• West Indian Lilac
• West Indian Mahogany
• White Indigoberry
• White Ironwood
• White Mangrove
• White Stopper
• Wild Dilly
• Wild Lime
• Wild Tamarind
• Willow Bustic
• Winged Sumac