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Global Range: (250-20,000 square km (about 100-8000 square miles)) Historical range was mainly in Florida but extended into coastal plain areas of Georgia, Alabama, and extreme southeastern Mississippi (Hall 1981, USFWS 1998). Currently the range includes Florida and Georgia, with a small population in Alabama (USFWS 1998). Remaining viable populations are centered on Apalachicola National Forest, Ocala National Forest, Okefenokee NWR-Osceola National Forest, and Big Cypress National Preserve (USFWS 1998).

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