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Long-stemmed plants with umbrella-like leaves and distinctive white flowers growing in a group in a dense forest in Northern Georgia. Podophyllum peltatum spreads via underground rhizomes and are obligately dependent on mycorrhizal fungi for nutrient acquisition.
Growing gregariously in a dense forest in Northern Georgia.
Lat: 34.76, Long: -84.70
Spotted on May 1, 2009
Submitted on Dec 28, 2017