U.S. wildlife managers will designate critical habitat in seven different areas around Miami-Dade County for the Carter’s small-flowered flax, pictured here, along with the Florida brickell-bush. The two rare plants are found only in pine rockland in the county.
U.S. wildlife managers will designate critical habitat in seven different areas around Miami-Dade County for the Carter’s small-flowered flax, pictured here, along with the Florida brickell-bush. The two rare plants are found only in pine rockland in the county. Keith Bradley Courtesy of
U.S. wildlife managers will designate critical habitat in seven different areas around Miami-Dade County for the Carter’s small-flowered flax, pictured here, along with the Florida brickell-bush. The two rare plants are found only in pine rockland in the county. Keith Bradley Courtesy of

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