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DistributionMore info for the term: swamp
Florida yew is known only from bluffs and ravines along the Apalachicola
River in northwestern Florida, in Gadsden and Liberty counties [6,7].
Several populations occur along a 15-mile [24 km] stretch of the river
[7,11,12]. A single population was reported by Kurz  in an Atlantic
white-cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) swamp 8 miles [12.8 km] southeast
of Bristol, Florida. The Nature Conservancy, however, reported that no
further observations of the Atlantic white-cedar swamp population have
been made .