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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Synonym: Spiranthes praecox
A frequent terrestrial orchid of dry open hammocks in north Florida west to the Apalachicola River and south into the central peninsula.
Spiranthes sylvatica is now considered the same species as Spiranthes praecox. Some botanists suggest that S. sylvatica it is an ecotype or be treated as a subspecies.
Other species of the Spiranthes genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Spiranthes odorata - FRAGRANT LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes praecox - GREENVEIN LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes eatonii - EATON'S LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes brevilabris - TEXAS LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes laciniata - LACELIP LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes vernalis - SPRING LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes cernua - NODDING LADIESTRESSES
Date record last modified:
Apr 17, 2019