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Indian pipe

Monotropa uniflora




Blooming late: November 5, in an open area, pine needles, Chattahoochee National Forest near FS Road 28-1 along side of trail 223J. NOT a pinesap - these were single blossoms.

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shebebusynow 9 years ago

I recently went back and checked an Indian pipe patch I spotted this summer on the Oregon coast; they're long gone. I'd read that, traditionally, the Indian pipe was an indicator that there would also be an unnamed, apparently edible mychorrhyzal fungus in that spot. Couldn't see any, though it's a real late fungus year and they may not have come up yet..

JeanSawatzky 9 years ago

Our Indian Pipe finished over 2 months ago and is so white it is almost translucent. It grows in forests of fir, hemlock & bigleaf maple. What type of forest did you find these in?

Lisa NGA
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Lisa NGA

Georgia, USA

Spotted on Nov 4, 2011
Submitted on Nov 12, 2011

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