Avicennia germinans (Black Mangrove) is a species of tree in the family Acanthaceae. They have a self-supporting growth form. They are native to The Contiguous United States, Atlantic And Gulf Coastal Plain (Agcp), Pernambuco, Mata Atlântica, Puerto Rico, Amapá, Eastern North America, Ceará, Florida, Middle America, Amazônia, Pará, Paraná, Rio De Janeiro, Bahia, Maranhao, SãO Paulo, Espirito Santo, and U.S. Virgin Islands. They have simple, broad leaves and white flowers. Flowers are visited by Black and Yellow Mud Dauber, Florida Carpenter Ant, Ant, and Blue Mud Wasp. Black Mangrove form mangrove swamps. Individuals can grow to 50 feet.
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