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    SWFWMD's amazing free downloadable guides. Perfect for Sarasota and Manatee County. Guides available for mammal, butterflies, birds, insects, frogs & toads, reptiles, trees & shrubs, wildflowers, and natural communities

    e-Flora Florida: online herbarium searchable by common name, family, genus, and ecosystem

    Florida's Sea Turtles - photos and information for each of Florida's 5 sea turtle species

    Florida Shorebird Database - includes excellent pdf guides on focal species; you can also register to help count shorebirds here

    Florida's sheshells guide - images to identify, then links connect to articles about each shell type

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    Florida's stinging and venomous caterpillars - a list of Florida's major stinging caterpillars and other species of interest

    Florida Wildflowers & Butterflies - Florida Museum of Natural History's website that includes the 50 most common native wildflowers and butterflies in Florida

    Grasshoppers of Florida - includes range maps to key out various species

    Guide to Florida Frogs This one you can click on the region (colored appropriately on the map) to see which frogs are found in your area. It includes non-native invasive species.

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