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Sand live oaks in a coastal scrub oak community at the Southeast Intracoastal Waterway Park in St. Johns County. These oaks have a gnarly growth pattern due to their proximity to the high energy Atlantic Ocean.
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Coastal scrub oak is a rare and diminishing upland natural community along the Florida coast. These communities typically include such species as sand live oak, myrtle oak, wax myrtle, saw palmetto, yaupon holly, saltbush and bracken fern.
December 25th, 2015
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