Title: Appendix D, Approximate Acreage of Vegetation Types Depicted by Figure 2
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Title: Appendix D, Approximate Acreage of Vegetation Types Depicted by Figure 2
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Appendix D, Approximate Acreage of Vegetation Types Depicted by Figure 2 (JDV Box 40)
General Note: Box 30, Folder 4 ( The Green Swamp - 1974 - 1993 ), Item 4
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Table 1. Approximate acreage of vegetation types depicted by Figure 2

Vegetation type Acreage Z of total

Upland
dry prairie 30,813 6.08
pinelands 67,666 13.35
*and pine scrub 643 0.13
sandhill 1,131 0.22
xeric oak scrub 1,395 0.28
mixed hardvood-pine forests 9,565 1.88
hardwood haumocks and forest 24,245 4.78
Wetland
freshwater marsh and vet prairie 16,191 3.19
cypress swamp 125,764 24.80
hardwood swamp 29,526 5.82
bay swamp 1,236 0.24
shrub swamp 5,287 1.04
Aquatic
open water 13,704 2.70
Disturbed
grassland (agriculture) 101,173 19.95
shrub and brushland 43,274 8.54
barren 35,418 6.99
TOTAL 507,011


Data derived from GFC Classified Landsat Imagery.


SOURCEs










Table 2. Fish species reported, or likely to be found, within the Green
Swamp region


GARS


BOWFIN
EEL
EEL


Lepisisteus osseus
Lepisosteus platyrhincus


Amia calva


Anguilla rostrata


HERRING
Dorosoma cepedianum
Dorosoma petenense
PIKES
Esox americanus americanus
Esox niger
CARPS AND MINNOWS
Notemigonus crysoleucas
Notropis hypselopterus
Notropis chalybaeus
Notropis petersoni
Notropis maculatus
SUCKERS
Erimyzon sucetta
BULLHEAD CATFISHES
Ictalurus catus
Ictalurus natalis
Ictalurus nebulosus marmoratus
Ictalurus punctatus
Noturus gyrinus
PIRATE PERCHES
Aphredoderus sayanus

KILLIFISHES
Lucania goodei
Leptolucania ommata
Fundulus seminolis
Fundulus chrysotus
Fundulus lineolatus
Jordanella floridae
LIVEBEARERS
Gambusia affinis holbrooki
Heterandria formosa
Poecilia latipinna
SILVERSIDES
Labidesthes sicculus vanhyningi
SUNFISHES
Micropterus salmoides floridanus
Lepomis gulosus
Lepomis punctatus punctatus
Lepomis microlophus microlophus
Lepomis auritus
Lepomis marginatus


longnose gar
Florida gar

bowfin

American eel


gizzard shad
threadfin shad

redfin pickerel
chain pickerel

golden shiner
sailfin shiner
ironcolor shiner
coastal shiner
taillight shiner

lake chubsucker

white catfish
yellow bullhead
rown bullhead
channel catfish
tadpole madtom

pirate perch

bluefin killifish
pygmy killifish
Seminole killifish
golden topminnow
lined topminnow
flagfish

eastern mosquitofish
least killifish
sailfin molly

Florida brook silverside

Florida largemouth bass
warmouth
eastern spotted sunfish
eastern redear sunfish
redbreast sunfish
dollar sunfish










Lepomis macrochirus purpurescens
Enneacanthus glorious
Pomoxis nigromaculatus
Elassoma evergladei
Elassoma okefenokee

PERCHES
Etheostoma fusiforme barratti

CICHLIDS
Tilapia area


eastern bluegill
bluespotted sunfish
black crappie
Everglades pygmy sunfish
Okefenokee pygmy sunfish


Florida swamp darter

blue tilapia


SOURCES: SWFWMD, 1985.
Barnett, 1972.










Table 3. Amphibians and reptiles reported, or likely to be found, in the
Green Swamp region


AND TOADS
Acris gryllus dorsalis
Bufo quercicus
Bufo terrestris
Eleutherodactylus planirostris
planirostris
Gastrophyrne carolinensis
(2) Hyla chrysoscleis
Hyla cinerea
Hyla femoralis
Hyla gratiosa
Hyla squirella
(2) Pseudacris crucifer bartramiana
Pseudacris nigrita verrucosa
Pseudacris ocularis
(2) Pseudacris ornata
Scaphiopus holbrookii holbrookii
Rana areolata aesopus
Rana catesbeiana
Rana grylio
Rana utricularia


SALAMANDERS
Amphiuma means
Desmognathus auriculatus
Eurycea quadridigitata
Notophthalmus viridescens
Plethodon grobmani
Pseudobranchus axanthus
(1) Pseudobranchus striatus
spheniscus
Siren intermedia intermedia
Siren lacertina


REPTILES
CROCODILIANS
Alligator mississippiensis

TURTLES
Apalone (-Trionyx) ferox
Chelydra serpentina osceola
Clemmys guttata
Deirochelys reticularia chrysea
Gopherus polyphemus
Kinosternon baurii
Kinosternon subrubrum steindachneri
Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis
Pseudemys floridana peninsularis
Pseudemys nelsoni
(2) Sternotherus minor minor
Sternotherus odoratus
Terrapene carolina bauri

WORM LIZARDS
Rhineura foridana


Florida cricket frog
oak toad
southern toad

greenhouse frog
eastern narrowmouth toad
Cope's gray treefrog
green treefrog
pinewoods treefrog
barking treefrog
squirrel treefrog
southern spring peeper
southern chorus frog
little grass frog
ornate chorus frog
eastern spadefoot toad
Florida gopher frog
bullfrog
pig frog
southern leopard frog

two-toed amphiuma
southern dusky salamander
dwarf salamander
spotted newt
Florida slimy salamander
narrow-striped dwarf siren


slender
eastern
greater


dwarf siren
lesser siren
siren


American alligator

Florida softshell
Florida snapping turtle
spotted turtle
Florida chicken turtle
gopher tortoise
striped mud turtle
Florida mud turtle
Suwannee cooter
Florida cooter
Florida redbelly turtle
loggerhead musk turtle
stinkpot
Florida box turtle


Florida worm lizard


AMPHIBIANS
FROGS










LIZARDS
Anolis caroliniensis
Cnemidophorus sexlineatus
sexlineatus
Eumeces egregius onocrepis
(2) Eumeces fasciatus
Eumeces inexpectatus
Eumeces laticeps
Ophiosuarus attenuatus longicaudus
Ophiosaurus compressus
Ophiosaurus ventralis
Sceloporus undulatus undulatus
Sceloporus woodi
Scinella lateral

SNAKES
Agkistrodon piscivorus conanti
Cemophora coccinea coccinea
Coluber constrictor priapus
Crotalus adamanteus

Diadophis punctatus punctatus
Drymarchon corais couperi
Elaphe guttata guttata
Elaphe obsolete quadrivittata
Farancia abacura abacura
Heterodon platyrhinos
(2) Heterodon simus
Lampropeltis getula
Lampropeltis triangulum elapsoides
Masticophis flagellum flagellum
Micrurus fulvius fulvius
Nerodia fasciata pictiventris
Nerodia floridana
Nerodia taxispilota
Opheodrys aestivus
Pituophis melanoleucus
melanoleucas
Regina alleni
(2) Regina rigida rigida
Rhadinaea flavilata
Seminatrix pygaea
Sistrurus miliarus barbouri
Stilosoma extenuatum
Storeria dekayi victa
(2) Storeria occipitomaculata
obscure
Thamnophis sauritus sackeni
Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis


green anole

six-lined racerunner
peninsula mole skink
five-lined skink'
southern five-lined skink
broadhead skink
eastern slender glass lizard
island glass lizard
eastern glass lizard
southern fence lizard
Florida scrub lizard
ground skink

Florida cottonmouth
Florida scarlet snake
southern black racer
eastern diamondback
rattlesnake
southern ringneck snake
eastern indigo snake
corn snake
yellow rat snake
eastern mud snake
eastern hognose snake
southern hognose snake
kingsnake
scarlet kingsnake
eastern coachwhip
eastern coral snake
Florida banded water snake
Florida green water snake
brown water snake
rough green snake

Florida pine snake
striped crayfish snake
glossy crayfish snake
pine woods snake
swamp snake
dusky pygmy rattlesnake
short-tailed snake
Florida brown snake

Florida redbelly snake
peninsula ribbon snake
eastern garter snake


(1) Known from Green Swamp region, but occurrence in Polk County is
unconfirmed.
(2) May occur in Green Swamp region, but confirmation is needed.

Sources: SWFWMD 1985.
GFC, unpublished data. List covers area bounded generally by I-4
to the south, US 27 to the east, SR 50 to the north, and Dade City
to the west.









Table 5. Mmmal species reported, or likely
Swamp region


to be found, within the Green


MARSUPIALS
Didelphis marsupialis

INSECTIVORES
Sorex longirostris
(1) Blarina carolinensis
(1) Cryptotis parva
Scalopus aquaticus

BATS
(1) Myotis austroriparius
(1) Pipistrellus subflavus
Plecotus rafinesquii

(1) Eptesicus fuscus
(1) Lasiurus borealis
(1) Lasiurus seminolus
(1) Lasiurus intermedius
(1) Nycticeius humeralis
(1) Tadarida brasiliensis

EDENTATES
Dasypus novemcinctus

LAGOMORPHS
Sylvilagus floridanus
Sylvilagus palustris

RODENTS
Sciurus carolinensis
Sciurus niger shermani
Glaucomys volans
Geomys pinetis
Neotoma floridana
Sigmodon hispidus
(1) Reithrodontomys humulis
Oryzomys palustris
Podomys floridanus
(1) Peromyscus polionotus
Peromyscus gossypinus
Ochrotomys nuttalli
Neofiber alleni
(1) Mus musculus
(1) Rattus rattus
(1) Myocastor coypus
CARNIVORES
Ursus americanus
Procyon lotor
Mustula frenata
(1) Mephitis mephitis
(1) Spilogale putorius
Lutra canadensis
Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Canis latrans
Lynx rufus

UNGULATES
Sus scrofa


Virginia opossum

southeastern shrew
southern short-tailed shrew
least shrew
eastern mole

southeastern bat
eastern pipistrelle
southeastern (Rafinesque's)
big-eared bat
big brown bat
red bat
Seminole bat
yellow bat
evening bat
Brazilian free-tailed bat

nine-banded armadillo

eastern cottontail
marsh rabbit


gray squirrel
Sherman's fox squirrel
southern flying squirrel
southeastern pocket gopher
eastern wood rat
hispid cotton rat
eastern harvest mouse
marsh rice rat
Florida mouse
oldfield mouse
cotton mouse
golden mouse
round-tailed muskrat
house mouse
black (or roof) rat
nutria

black bear
raccoon
long-tailed weasel
striped skunk
eastern spotted skunk
river otter
gray fox
coyote
bobcat


wild pig









Odocoileus virginianu white-tailed deer


(1) Occurrence in Green Swamp region possible, but unconfirmed by available
sources.

SOURCES: SWFWMD, 1985.
GFC, 1987.
Layne, 1978.
Wooding and Hardisky, 1990.











Table 6. Green Swamp wildlife species that have important ecological and/or
legal status (see end of table for key to abbreviations)

Species GFC FWS CITES FCREPA

AMPHIBIANS

Rana areolata aesopus SSC C2 T
Florida gopher frog

REPTILES

Alligator mississippiensis SSC T SSC
American alligator

Clemmys guttata R
spotted turtle

Gopherus polyphemus SSC C2 T
gopher tortoise

Pseudemys concinna SSC T
suwanniensis
Suwannee cooter

Eumeces egregious onocrepis *
peninsula mole skink

Eumeces fasciatus **
five-lined skink

Sceloporus woodi C2 SSC
Florida scrub lizard

Crotalus adamanteus
eastern diamondback
rattlesnake

Drymarchon corais couperi T T SSC
eastern indigo snake

Pituophis melanoleucas SSC C2
melanoleucas
Florida pine snake

Stilosoma extenuatum T C2 E
short-tailed snake



BIRDS
Ixobrychus exilis SSC
least bittern

Casmerodius albus SSC
great egret

Egretta thula SSC SSC
snowy egret











Egretta caerulea SSC SSC
little blue heron

Egretta tricolor SSC SSC
tricolored heron

Nycticorax nycticorax SSC
black-crowned night heron

Nycticorax violaceus SSC
yellow-crowned night heron

Eudocimus albus *** SSC
white ibis

Plegadis falcinellus SSC
glossy ibis

Mycteria americana E E E
wood stork

Pandion haliaetus II SSC
osprey

Elanoides forficatus *
American swallow-tailed kite

Haliaeetus leucocephalus T E I T
bald eagle

Circus cyaneus II
northern harrier

Accipiter cooperii SSC
Cooper's hawk

Falco sparverius sparverius II
American kestrel

Falco sparverius paulus T C2 II T
southeastern American
kestrel

Falco columbarius II undet.
merlin

Aramus guarauna SSC SSC
limpkin

Grus canadensis pratensis T II SSC
Florida sandhill crane

Sterna antillarum T T
least tern

Rhpchops niger *** II
black skimmer

Athene cunicularia SSC SSC
burrowing owl

Picoides villosus SSC
hairy woodpecker











Aphelocoma coerulescens T T T
coerulescens
Florida scrub jay
Setophaga ruticilla R
American redstart
Seiurus motacilla R
Louisiana waterthrush

Aimophila aestivalis C2
Bachman's sparrow

MAMMALS

Sorex longirostris R
southeastern shrew

Myotis austroriparius C2
southeastern bat

Plecotus rafinesquii C2 R
southeastern big-eared bat
Eptesicus fuscus R
big brown bat
Sciurus niger shermani SSC C2 T
Sherman's fox squirrel

Podomys floridanus SSC C2 T
Florida mouse

Neofiber alleni C2 SSC
round-tailed muskrat

Ursus americanus T C2 T
black bear

Mustula frenata C2 R
long-tailed weasel

Lutra canadensis II
river otter

Lynx rufus II
bobcat


GFC Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
FWS U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
CITES Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna
and Flora
SSC Species of special concern
T Threatened
E Endangered
C2 A candidate for federal listing, with some evidence of
vulnerability, but for which not enough data exist to support
listing.
I CITES Appendix I species.
II CITES Appendix II species.











undet. Status undetermined, but population has been documented as declining.
* Considered by Millsap et al. (1990) as worthy of listing, but not
officially listed.
** Considered rare by GFC (1990).
*** Under consideration by the GFC for protection.




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