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    1. Alexander, Taylor R., and Allen G. Crook. 1973. Recent and  long-term vegetation changes and patterns in south Florida.  Final Report Part 1. Mimeo. Report (EVER-N-51). U.S.  Department of the Interior, National Park Service.  (Available from NTIS, Springfield, VA. PB 231939.) 215 p. 
    3. Bombard, Miriam L. 1950. Palm trees in the United States.  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Information  Bulletin 22. Washington, DC. 26 p.
    5. Brown, Kyle E. 1976. Ecological studies of the cabbage palm,  Sabal palmetto. Principes 20:3-10, 49-56, 98-115, 148-157. 
    7. Carter, M. R., L. A. Burns, T. R. Cavinder, and others.  1973. Ecosystems analysis of the Big Cypress Swamp and  estuaries. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Report,  Region IV, Atlanta, GA. 374 p.
    9. Cole, Frank. 1974. Results of 5-year seed collection study  on Seminole Indian Reservation. Personal communication. U.S.  Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs,  Seminole Agency, Hollywood, FL.
    11. Cole, Frank. 1981. Personal communication. U.S. Fish and  Wildlife Service, Denver, CO.
    13. Cooke, C. W. 1945. Geology of Florida. Florida Geological  Bulletin 29. Tallahassee. 339 p.
    15. Craighead, Frank C., Sr. 1971. The trees of south Florida,  vol. 1. The natural environments and their succession.  University of Miami Press, Coral Gables, FL. 212 p.
    17. Craighead, Frank C., and Vernon C. Gilbert. 1962. The  effects of hurricane Donna on the vegetation of southern  Florida. Quarterly Journal Florida Academy of Science  25(l):1-28.
    19. Davis, John H. 1943. The natural features of southern  Florida. Florida Geological Survey Bulletin 25. Tallahassee.  311 p.
    21. Eyre, F. H., ed. 1980. Forest cover types of the United  States and Canada. Society of American Foresters,  Washington, DC. 148 p.
    23. Harlow, R. P. 1961. Characteristics and status of Florida  black bear. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and  Natural Resources Conference 26:481-495.
    25. Harlow, R. F., and F. K. Jones, Jr. 1965. The white-tailed  deer in Florida. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish  Commission, Technical Bulletin 9. Tallahassee. 240 p.
    27. Harlow, Richard F. 1976. Plant response to thinning and  fencing in a hydric hammock and cypress pond in central  Florida. USDA Forest Service, Research Note SE-230.  Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC. 7 p. 
    29. Leighty, Ralph G., M. B. Marco, G. A. Swenson, and others.  1954. Soil survey (detailed-reconnaissance) of Collier  County, Florida. U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil  Conservation Service, Series 1942, No. 8. Washington, DC. 72  p.
    31. Little, Elbert L., Jr. 1979. Checklist of United States  trees (native and naturalized). U.S. Department of  Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 541. Washington, DC. 375  p.
    33. Mattoon, Wilbur R. 1972. Forest trees of Florida. 10th ed.  Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services,  Division of Forestry, Tallahassee. 98 p.
    35. Murray, R. W., and 0. E. Frye, Jr. 1957. The bobwhite quail  and its management in Florida. Florida Game and Fresh Water  Fish Commission, Game Publication 2. Tallahassee. 56 p. 
    37. Myers, Ronald. 1977. A preliminary study of the sabal  palmetto forest on Little Corkscrew Island, Florida. Interim  Report (Draft). University of Florida, Department of  Botany, Gainesville. 56 p.
    39. Powell, J.A. 1965. The Florida wild turkey. Florida Game and  Fresh Water Fish Commission, Technical Bulletin 8.  Tallahassee. 28 p.
    41. Preston, R. J. 1976. North American trees. 3d ed. Iowa State  University Press, Ames. 399 p.
    43. Sargent, Charles Sprague. 1933. Manual of the trees of North  America (exclusive of Mexico). 2d ed., reprinted with  corrections. Houghton Mifflin, Boston and New York. 910 p. 
    45. Small, J. K. 1923. The cabbage tree: Sabal palmetto.  New York Botanical Garden Journal 24:145-158.
    47. Small, John K. 1935. Remarkable vitality among palms. New  York Botanical Garden Journal 36:261-270.
    49. Snedaker, Samuel C., and Ariel E. Lugo. 1972. Ecology of the  Ocala National Forest. USDA Forest Service, Southern Region  Publication 24. Atlanta, GA. 211 p.
    51. Stubbs, Jack. 1981. Personal correspondence. Southeastern  Forest Experiment Station, since retired, Lehigh Acres, FL. 
    53. Taub, Durbin C., T. R. Alexander, E. J. Heald, and others.  1976. An ecological and hydrological assessment of the  Golden Gate Estates drainage basin, with recommendations for  future land use and water management strategies. In Phase 1:  Golden Gate Estates redevelopment study, Collier County, FL.  p. T1-178.
    55. Taylor, Dale. 1981. Personal communication. Everglades  National Park, Homestead, FL.
    57. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 1974. Seeds  of woody plants in the United States. C. S. Schopmeyer,  tech. coord. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture  Handbook 450. Washington, DC. 883 p.
    59. Wade, Dale, John Ewel, and Ronald Hofstetter. 1980. Fire in  south Florida ecosystems. USDA Forest Service, General  Technical Report SE-17. Southeastern Forest Experiment  Station, Asheville, NC. 125 p.
    61. West, E., and L. E. Arnold. 1946. The native trees of  Florida. University of Florida Press, Gainesville. 212 p. 
    63. Woodruff, R. 1968. The palm seed "weevil," Carybruchus  gleditsiae L. in Florida. Florida Department of  Agriculture, Entomological Circular 73. Tallahassee. 1 p. 


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