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Mule ear orchid

Trichocentrum undulatum


The mule ear orchids in this area haven't bloomed in some time due to a fly that destroys its flowering spikes.


Salt marsh area in the southern tip of Florida.

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a1234dm 10 years ago

Sorry took me a while to get bak, im usually outdoors so much i forget to update stuff on phone. Me and a couple friends go out almost weekly, youre more than welcome to come. Did a night hike last night, always fun. Might try and do a cigar orchid search later today... If i can fit it in b4 fishing later.. Ha

MarioCisneros 10 years ago

Thanks, a1234dm. There are just a few in this immediate area, I have never seen them in bloom.

a1234dm 10 years ago

Nice pic. I havent been able to make it down south, flamingo area, in a bit. How many i find?

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Homestead, Florida, USA

Spotted on Aug 12, 2012
Submitted on Aug 12, 2012

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