Federal wildlife managers announced this week that the bristle fern, shown here growing in the Hattie Bauer Hammock Preserve, will be added to the endangered species list. The fern that once grew throughout Miami’s limestone ridge now coveres just 155-square feet in Miami-Dade and Sumter counties.
Federal wildlife managers announced this week that the bristle fern, shown here growing in the Hattie Bauer Hammock Preserve, will be added to the endangered species list. The fern that once grew throughout Miami’s limestone ridge now coveres just 155-square feet in Miami-Dade and Sumter counties. Keith Bradley U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Federal wildlife managers announced this week that the bristle fern, shown here growing in the Hattie Bauer Hammock Preserve, will be added to the endangered species list. The fern that once grew throughout Miami’s limestone ridge now coveres just 155-square feet in Miami-Dade and Sumter counties. Keith Bradley U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Rare South Florida fern added to endangered species list

October 06, 2015 8:25 PM

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