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They have an aboveground inflorescence with the overall appearance of a fungus, composed of numerous minute flowers. The inflorescences develop inside the tuberous underground part of the plant, before rupturing it and surfacing.
The plants are normally found in moist inland forests growing on tree roots
I thought these were mushrooms at first until I did some research and found out they were parastic blooms. I spotted these on Clarence Mountain near the village of Aranaputa.