Endemic to South Florida in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.
NatureServe Global Status:
United States Federal Status:
State of Florida Status:
Florida Natural Areas Inventory State Status:
IRC SOUTH FLORIDA Status:
Map of select IRC data for peninsular Florida
SOUTH FLORIDA Occurrence:
SOUTH FLORIDA Native Status:
South Florida History and Distribution:
Ranked as Imperiled in Rare Plants of South Florida (Gann, Bradley & Woodmansee 2002), this was re-ranked using updated NatureServe criteria to Rare in 2014 and Imperiled in 2020.
SOUTH FLORIDA Cultivated Status:
For a current review of Euphorbia garberi
throughout its range, see the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Species Profile
. See also, IRC’s report Vascular plant species of management concern in Everglades National Park
(Gann 2015), page 169 and Florida Natural Areas Inventory's Field Guide to the Rare Plants of Florida
page (Chafin 2000).
Chamaesyce garberi, Chamaesyce keyensis
FLORIDA KEYS Occurrence:
FLORIDA KEYS Native Status:
IRC FLORIDA KEYS Status:
Map of select IRC data for the Florida Keys
Florida Keys History and Distribution:
Reported in 1907 by C.F. Millspaugh for the lower sandy Keys. Reported in 1913
by John Kunkel Small for pinelands in the lower Keys and lower sandy Keys [sic - there are no pinelands in the lower sandy Keys]. We consider this native and extant throughout the Florida Keys.