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HARDWOOD FORESTED UPLANDS - mesic or xeric forests dominated mainly by hardwood trees
HIGH PINE and SCRUB - hills with mesic or xeric woodlands or shrublands; canopy, if present, open and consisting of pine or a mixture of pine and deciduous hardwoods.
PINE FLATWOODS and DRY PRAIRIE – mesic or hydric pine woodland or mesic shrubland on flat sandy or limestone subtrates, may have a hard pan that impedes drainage.
COASTAL UPLANDS – mesic or xeric communities restricted to barrier islands and near shore; woody or herbaceous vegetation; other communities may also occur in coastal environments.
SINKHOLES and OUTCROP COMMUNITIES – small extent communities in karst features or on exposed limestone.
FRESHWATER NON-FORESTED WETLANDS – herbaceous or shrubby palustrine communities in floodplains or depressions; canopy trees, if present, very sparse and often stunted (includes low canopied sloughs).
FRESHWATER FORESTED WETLANDS – floodplains or depressions dominated by hydrophytic trees.
MARINE AND ESTUARINE VEGETATED WETLANDS – intertidal or supratidal zone dominated by herbaceous or woody halophytic vascular plants; salinity >0.5 ppt.
*These concepts are unchanged from the 1990 Guide.