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Sinkhole Lake

There are 12 taxa reported for the Sinkhole Lake habitat.

Typically deep, funnel-shaped depression in limestone base; occurs in most physiographic regions; predominantly without surface inflows/outflows, but frequently with connection to the aquifer; clear, alkaline, hard water with high mineral content (calcium, bicarbonate, magnesium)
Scientific Name: Common Name: South Florida Native Status:
Eichhornia crassipes Common water-hyacinth Not Native, Naturalized
Hydrilla verticillata Water-thyme Not Native, Naturalized
Landoltia punctata Dotted duckweed Not Native, Naturalized
Panicum hemitomon Maidencane Native
Panicum repens Torpedo grass Not Native, Naturalized
Phragmites australis Common reed Native
Potamogeton illinoensis Illinois pondweed Native
Sagittaria lancifolia Bulltongue arrowhead, lance-leaved arrowhead Native
Thalia geniculata Alligatorflag, Fireflag Native
Typha domingensis Southern cat-tail Native
Utricularia foliosa Leafy bladderwort Native
Vallisneria americana Tape-grass, American eel-grass Native