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  • Nel Barner

    Ghost Orchid (Epipogium aphyllum) is an endangered orchid found in the swampy forests of Florida and Cuba. The flower measures 3–4 cm wide and 7–9 cm long and is pollinated by the giant sphinx moth (see elsewhere in this board), the only local inset with a proboscis long enough to access the long nectar spur. Photo by Mick Fournier, wikipedia. #Ghost_Orchid

  • Cindy Foltyn

    Orchidaceous! Orchid Blog: December 2007

  • Hope Riley

    Ghost orchid. It is found in moist, swampy forests in southwestern Florida and Cuba, and other Caribbean islands.

  • Nick Groshko

    Rare Ghost Orchids, Orchid Facts, Orchid Species, Rare Orchids

  • Beth Todd

    Ghost Orchid (Dendrophylax lindenii) by Mick Fournier, Pompano Beach, Florida

  • Kim Dorin

    Spooky Nature: Ghost Orchids, Bat Flowers, and More

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