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Floristic Inventory of the Florida Keys Database Online

There are 1031 taxa reported for the Florida Keys.

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Scientific Name: Common Name: Native Status:
Imperata brasiliensis Brazilian satintail Presumed Extirpated
Indigofera hirsuta Hairy indigo
Indigofera miniata var. florida Florida coastal indigo Native
Indigofera mucronata var. keyensis Florida Keys indigo Native
Indigofera spicata Creeping indigo, Trailing indigo Not Native, Naturalized
Indigofera suffruticosa Shrub indigo Not Native, Naturalized
Indigofera tinctoria True indigo Not Native, Naturalized
Ipomoea alba Common moonflowers, Moonflowers Native
Ipomoea batatas Sweetpotato Not Native, Cultivated Only
Ipomoea cairica Mile-a-minute vine Not Native, Naturalized
Ipomoea carnea subsp. fistulosa Bush morningglory Not Native, Naturalized
Ipomoea cordatotriloba Tievine Doubtfully Native
Ipomoea hederifolia Scarletcreeper Doubtfully Native
Ipomoea imperati Beach morningglory Native
Ipomoea indica Ocean-blue morningglory Native
Ipomoea pes-caprae subsp. brasiliensis Railroad vine, Bayhops Native
Ipomoea sagittata Everglades morningglory Native
Ipomoea tenuissima Rockland morningglory Doubtfully Native
Ipomoea triloba Three-lobed morningglory, Littlebell Not Native, Naturalized
Ipomoea violacea Coastal morningglory Native
Iresine diffusa Juba’s bush, Bloodleaf Native
Iva imbricata Beach-elder, Seacoast marshelder Native
Ixora coccinea Scarlet jungleflame Not Native, Cultivated Only