Invasive species which threaten A. verecundum include Syngonium podophyllum, Epipremnum pinnatum, Thelypteris opulenta, Nephrolepis cordifolia, Nephrolepis brownii, Dioscorea bulbifera, and others.
The continued monitoring of wild populations on a biannual basis for mortality, recruitment, and phenology is important; the exploration of genetic population variables for both wild and introduced populations should also be conducted.
Long-term studies of outplantings must be conducted to ensure that they are successful in all aspects of population ecology, including survival, reproduction, growth, and fitness. Appropriate areas to outplant are difficult to identify and it should be given great consideration as to the risk to natural populations of creating a new population or augmenting an existing population.
Florida endemic. Extremely limited current range and very specialized habitat requirements.
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