Florida EPPC

Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council

Field Reporting Form


Genus:                                                            Species:


Common Name:   



Site (e.g., name of park or preserve):

Site ownership (choose category):

PuCL = public conservation land (local, state, or federal)

PrCL = private conservation land (Audubon, Nature Conservancy, etc.)

PuUt = public utility corridor (roadsides, power-line ROWs, campuses, etc.)

PrNA = private natural area (residential woods, etc.)

General Directions to site (include nearest major intersection or landmark):

Section, Township, Range (if known):    

OR, if known:



Pest-Plant DENSITY (select  one number-code from the list of four):


  1. single plant
  2. scattered plants
  3. dense monoculture                       
  4. scattered dense patches

Estimated acres infested:

HABITAT Type (enter one number-code from the list below):

[ If population occurs in > 1 habitat type, choose dominant and note others in "comments".]

  1. pine flatwoods, prairies
  2. scrub, high pine, sandhill
  3. hardwood (hammocks, tree islands, etc.)
  4. rocklands, sinkholes
  5. swamps
  6. freshwater marshes
  7. lakes
  8. rivers, springs
  9. dunes, maritime forests
  10. salt marsh
  11. mangroves
  12. inshore marine
  13. regularly disturbed/developed (e.g., ROWs)


Reported By:




Today's Date:        

Voucher Specimen made (put X if "yes"):   

[A pressed plant sample deposited for future reference. It supports research work and may be examined to verify the identity of the plant used in a study.]

Herbarium holding specimen:




Form revised 10/24/01

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Last Updated Monday, September 5, 2005