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The reason that I made the above suggestion down to species is because acording to bugguide, there are only 2 species of Curicta in the US and the other (pronotata) "is one of the rarest waterscorpion species in the United States, known only from 3 canyons in Arizona." - comment by Eric Maxwell
Despite the 5 votes above, I think this is Alligator and not Spider Lily. Note the ragged fringe edge of the white flower, instead of the straight edge of the Spider Lily. Also the green "rays" as well as the center of the flower are very white in the Spider Lily.
Reminded me of my spotting
Not sure if yours is same, looks a little different, but look for Tortyra sp. in Mexico.
Here is more info on mine. But bugguide has south FL as range.
As you can see in the article there are a few species and groups of squirrel monkeys throughout Central and South America. Not sure what these are specifically. Hate to see them tied up like this though :(