JC Muņoz and I recently travelled to a few locales in these two counties.
Indian River County
There were also a few Utricularia species at this site. S. minor grows here as well, but the hike to find them was too long. You can see the difference in the two D. capillaris forms. The small, tight rosettes were growing on drier ground. The larger upright ones were growing closer to a pond and in the pond and the pond edges. The latter ones appear to get submerged at certain times during the season.
We can't be sure what this Pinguicula is until it flowers. Actually, this site is well within both the P. caerulea and P. lutea range.
D. brevifolia was also growing amongst the Pings, but they are too small for my camera to really pick up.