Yes, the land base of the Florida Keys is home to four interrelated wetland communities, and these wetlands play key roles in an interdependent ecosystem. Within this ecosystem you will find submerged aquatic habitats such as coral reefs and seagrasses, and upland forests of hardwood hammock. More information on these Florida Keys wetlands can be found here: http://www.reefrelief.org/Documents/keys.html
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