Native Plant Communities
Synonyms: Flatwoods Pond
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Depression marsh at BabcockWeb by Shirley Denton.
Bladderword (Utricularia sp.) in bloom in a depression marsh at BabcockWeb by Shirley Denton.
Depression marsh in Pasco County. Photo by Shirley Denton.