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Harper's Beauty

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Harper's Beauty

Harper's Beauty - Harperocallis flava
Endangered Florida species, U.S. Endangered species
Location - Apalachicola National Forest
Habitat - Pitcherplant bogs, wet prairies & seepage slopes
Range - Franklin, Liberty & Bay Counties (FL panhandle)
Description - Harper's beauty is a small, solitary flower that appears on a single stalk up to two feet tall. The flowers have six yellow tepals - sepals and petals that appear similar. The narrow iris-like leaves are less then 8 inches long.
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See more photos and information at the Wild Florida Photo page for this species.