A laboratory flammability experiment with <i>Magnolia grandiflora</i>, a native tree species in Florida’s Apalachicola ravines.

<p><i>M. grandiflora</i> is one of several tree species that have increased following the demise of the endemic conifer <i>Torreya taxifolia</i>. The resulting shift in species composition has cascading effects on community flammability and consequences for the recovery of <i>Torreya taxifolia</i> and perhaps a wider suite of fire-sensitive ravine taxa.</p>