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Found in the southern most points of Florida, this endangered epiphytic orchid can be found in the salt marshes and mangrove forest of Everglades National Park. The base of the leaves contain round flattened pseudobulbs, hence the name, dollar orchid. When you spot one in the wild, be sure to look in the immediate surroundings, you can be sure to find more.
South Florida salt marsh
Lat: 25.37, Long: -80.88
Spotted on Sep 12, 2012
Submitted on Sep 30, 2012
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